Tap Tap Tap….
Tap Tap Tap Tap Tap….
That is all it takes to give your immune system the boost it needs to be stronger and more resilient this cold & flu season.
Gently tapping the middle of the chest on the sternum (breastbone) helps to stimulate the thymus which is nestled in behind. Do this for a few minutes at a time throughout the day.
Thymus Medical Info – Why all this tapping makes sense:
The thymus processes a type of white blood cell known as a T-lymphocyte. These T-lymphocytes govern cellular immunity which means they help cells recognize and destroy invading bacteria, virus, etc., abnormal cell growth such as cancer, and foreign tissue. When the thymus is stimulated (ie – by tapping), it processes more of these cells rapidly and they get sent to the rest of your body to fight what ever is invading it!
I truly believe in this method of boosting immunity – A few years back, during the dreaded Christmas/Holiday cold and flu season, I traveled across the country to visit family and friends. For 2 weeks, I can honestly say that 95% of the people I was around were sick in one form or another. I was surrounded by coughing, headaches, fevers, chills, sniffles… you name it… I was in contact with it!
Each and every day I was there I ‘tap tap tapped’ my chest and drank 1 cup of Echinesea tea. Upon arrival back in British Columbia (and even being stuck on 2 planes with the coughing symphony all around me), I was healthy as ever! I had heaps of energy, and best of all – not a single symptom of the cold or flu!
From that year on, I have become a devoted ‘Tapper’ and I encourage you to do the same!