Did you actually know that there’s a relation between physical exercises and immunity? There are plenty of studies to back this. Apparently people who follow a moderately energetic lifestyle, benefit most from a consistent exercise program.

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Exercise helps decrease chances of developing a heart disease. It also keeps bones healthy and strong. Physical activity may help flush bacteria out of the lungs and airways. This may reduce chances of getting a cold, flu, or other illness.
When you work out, there are certain changes in your body. There are majorly changes in antibodies and white blood cells. These antibodies or WBCs circulate more rapidly, so they could detect illnesses earlier than they might have before. However, whether these changes help prevent infections is yet to be known.

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The brief rise in body temperature during and right after exercise may prevent bacteria from growing. It may help the body fight infection better. Exercise slows down the release of stress hormones. Stress increases the chance of illness. Lower stress hormones may protect against illness.
There a few routines that you might want to consider. Bicycling few times a week or a daily walk of 20 to 30 minutes might just help. Going to the gym every other day or playing golf regularly also gives equal benefits.
Exercises do not just make you healthier, they also make you happy and energetic. You might just feel good and energetic after a nice workout.