Clocking seven to eight hours of sleep a night helps keep your immune system working at maximum capacity. Sleep gives your immune system a chance to do its job—pushing out white blood cells to kill germs. And, if you start to feel under the weather, let yourself hit the snooze button when you can—extra shut-eye gives the body more time to fix itself.
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