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Proper hydration is a must, before and after Covid vaccination, Doctor says.

This is a time of covid – 19 vaccination. All of us rush to hospitals to get the vaccination. Of course, we ought to take the vaccination in order to fight against the covid – 19 viruses. Doctors agreed that one must adequately hydrate pre and post-vaccination. Since so many days increasing numbers of covid – 19 cases in all across the world and now the government is providing vaccine facilities to people. But unfortunately, people are not sure what to eat before and after vaccination. It is more important to hydrate pre and post-vaccination. Because the covid vaccine works by activating our immune system to generate antibodies to an infectious disease. When we get our covid vaccination our immune system reacts with a flood of new antibodies. Dr. Nagrani says, our circulatory system can get to work spreading these fresh antibodies to all our organs and carrying away any waste materials created by immune cells.

WE MUST DO THESE THINGS BEFORE AND AFTER COVID – 19 VACCINE.

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Celebrity nutritionist Pooja Makhija shared few tips to follow pre and post-vaccination. Here the simple and best tips to get vaccines before and after.

1. PROPER HYDRATION.

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2. NO ALCOHOL ONE DAY BEFORE AND AFTER

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All of you know that Alcohol suppresses our immune function, as well as Alcohol, dehydrates our body, that is the reason we should not intake alcohol. Alcohol leads to weakened immunity and dehydration. According to a study published in the journal Alcohol Research, alcohol consumption has also been linked with weakened immunity.

3.GOOD NIGHT SLEEP.

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We must have a good sleep and rest before vaccination. If we did not take proper sleep, it can suppress our immune by 70/. As well as experts believe that foods rich in fiber are crucial for a relaxed body and a good immune system. During the process of vaccination, it is much essential to be well-rested and active. As per the study published in the journal of clinical sleep medicine, we should avoid eating saturated fats and sugary foods that lead to stress and anxiety and will cause disturbed sleep.

4. DONT GO BY AN EMPTY STOMACH.

An empty stomach leads to dizziness and more likely to faint. Dr. Malinow suggests that it would better to eat something that is made at home. The development of immunity depends on the body. Doctors agree that staying adequately hydrated before and after getting the COVID vaccine is extremely important. “Not only does everything in the bodywork better in a well-hydrated state, but some with needle phobia and fainting history will do a lot better if they show up hydrated,” says Dr. Malinow.

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