Because of the change in the season and daylight hours, your body becomes more susceptible to winter illness. With less time in the sun the body produces less Vitamin D, an essential immune-boosting vitamin.

Additionally, cold temperatures not only make your overall immune cells sluggish but also causes blood vessels to restrict, meaning fewer disease-fighting cells are in the respiratory system to ward off infection.

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