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Fitbit Blog – 5.5.21 (5.4.21)

If you want to support a healthy immune system, you’d be hard pressed to find a better activity than exercise. “When a person exercises, chemicals are produced that improve immune function,” says Carissa Smock, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor of Health Services at Northcentral University and Chair of the American Public Health Association’s Physical Activity Section. “This is caused by changes in antibodies and white blood cells as they circulate faster during exercise as well as the rise in body temperature.”

Source: How Getting Active and Getting Outside Can Support Your Immune System – Fitbit Blog

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