Original FX Mayr's NEW Immunity Boost programme

As scientists predict Britain could face its coldest and most extreme winter in the UK for 30 years, Original FX Mayr’s NEW Immunity Boost is an effective, results-driven programme, combining precisely aligned treatments and therapies to ensure your immune system is fully prepared.

The programme allows your cells to become activated and your intestines, in which between 70 and 80 percent of all of the body’s immune reactions occur, to recover and strengthen.  Your metabolism and energy supply will be optimised.  

As a result, you will feel rejuvenated and revitalised. Stress is shrugged off and a sense of inner calm sets in. The ability to perform and your quality of sleep will also improve.

This programme is designed to be taken alongside your Cure and includes the following treatments:

1 x Intermittent hypoxic-hyperoxic therapy – IHHT
1 x Stress-release massage (50 min)
1 x Immune drip
1 x Personal training (50 min)
1 x Nutritional consultation (30 min)
1 x Nasal reflexology
1 x Inhalation

Original FX Mayr’s experts share their immunity boosting TIPS to ensure you are primed and fighting fit this winter …

The gut is eight metres packed full of immune defences. The intestines are where viruses and bacteria are identified, antibodies formed, pathogens eliminated and then transported out of the body. So there is good reason to pay close attention to our gut in preparation for the colder months.

1 – FEAST ON WINTER VEGGIES - In winter in particular, we need vitamins and secondary plant substances if our immune system is to function effectively. And the best way to obtain these is by consuming hearty, fresh winter vegetables. It’s no coincidence that the plants that are harvested in the winter are packed with substances that strengthen the immune system. Right at the top of the list are the most diverse varieties of cabbage and herbs. Savoy cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts are particularly rich in vitamin C, among other good things. But potatoes, lamb’s lettuce and spinach contain very valuable nutrients, too..  

2 – CHECK YOUR ZINC LEVELS - Zinc is one of the trace elements that the body cannot produce itself; it has to be obtained via the diet. If the body lacks the levels of zinc that it needs, this exerts a negative impact on the immune system. Among other things, this increases susceptibility to infections like the common cold, cough, sore throat, etc. Skin, nail and hair disorders are also often attributable to zinc deficiency.

3 - DRINK WARMING TEAS - Teas warm the body from the inside and provide it with extra hydration. In the winter, when the air is dry both indoors and outdoors, you need to remain adequately hydrated (ideally by consuming water or unsweetened teas) in order to be able to keep the mucous membranes supple and eliminate pathogens. So keep drinking cups of tea through the day and remember, it doesn’t always have to be green tea. Other varieties, too – ginger, chamomile, sage or herbal teas, for instance, also strengthen the body’s immune defences.

4 - EXERCISE OUTDOORS - Wrap up warm and go outside for a winter walk, a short hike or a leisurely run. Moderate exercise boosts the immune system and strengthens the muscles and the cardiovascular system. Also, when you are outdoors, the body produces vitamin D, a nutrient that is incredibly important for immune defences. 

Mayr Immunity Boost programme programme is available from October to February costs €550 per person