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Healthy Habits to Avoid Getting Sick Before Your Wedding

With guest lists, cakes testing, and gown hunting on your mind, the last thing you need is to be sick! We’ve gathered a few tips to keep you and your immune system at it’s best!

The immune system is comparable to a wall. It keeps out bacteria and viruses that can make you sick! You need to keep care of your immune system to stay healthy. There are a few ways to help keep your immune system active. Read through our list and see what may work for you.

Healthy Eating

Healthy eating may seem obvious, but it is essential! You need to find a good balance of fruits and vegetables with less junk food and fast food. This advice does not mean you can’t have chips anymore. It just means eating them in moderation. Keep in mind that healthier food has more vitamins and minerals than other foods. If you are unsure where to start or hesitant about what to eat, visit a doctor or nutritionist. They are the experts and will lead you in the best direction for you!

One great food is fish! They are filled with omega-3 fatty acids, great for fighting flu or colds. Another superfood is yogurt. Yogurt is full of probiotics. Probiotics helps with stomach issues and preventing stomach-related illnesses. One more great food is mushrooms. They have antioxidants, potassium, B vitamins, and fiber. All these elements work together for a healthy immune system.

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Exercise

Exercise isn’t just for weight loss, but has other benefits too! When done correctly exercise can boost your mood, make you less stressed, and give you more energy throughout the day. If you can only manage 10 minutes a day, it is still better than none at all! A doctor can tell you the right way to exercise so you can get these benefits. Check out some of our tips for getting in shape for your wedding with this blog!

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Relax

Take a few minutes to yourself! Too much stress is bad for your immune system. Stress makes it easier for your body to get sick. It is easier said than done though, so to relax, try meditating, taking a bath, or reading a book. Anything that gets you off your feet and puts your mind at ease is what you need! Calling the caterer can wait a few minutes, take care of yourself so you can enjoy all that work on your wedding day!

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Sleep

Sleeping is a simple way to keep your body in peak condition. Doctors recommend 7 to 8 hours of sleep per night for the average adult. Anything less and your not getting rest. Sleeping will also help you think better, which will help you plan the wedding! Having a set time for going to bed and getting up is the best way to get better sleep.

Stay Hydrated

Water is fantastic for keeping your body healthy. It makes you more energized, boosts your immune system, and even saves you money because it comes out of your tap! Dehydration is horrible for your body and can also put you in the hospital in extreme circumstances. The consensus from the experts is that the average person should be drinking at least 8 ounces of water a day. So get that water bottle and fill up! Don’t miss out on those benefits.

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Wash your hands

Washing your hands frequently can keep harmful germs from entering your body. Make sure to wash your hands before eating and avoid rubbing your eyes. You do not have to wash your hands constantly, but keep it in mind when leaving busy places. These habits will help you stay healthy and will help your immune system remain strong.


Wedding planning is one of the most stressful things to put your body through. Don’t forget to take time for yourself between appointments and checklists. Little habits will help your body in a big way! Follow these tips and stay healthy for your big day. Remember a healthy bride is a happy bride!

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