BREATHE THROUGH YOUR NOSE - PART TWO.
Do it for immunity.
As you inhale through your nose, the filtration allows the immune system to respond. You get a defensive line against the incoming bacteria and a little something extra.
Cells attack that bacteria regularly. The bacteria is relentless. Sure enough, something will slip through the lines and make it's way further down the system.
Luckily, the cells create exosomes. They’re known as microvesicles; they take the protective proteins made on the front lines and shuttle them to other cells. Think of them like buses carrying vital information from the battles.
The nose figures out how to beat the bacteria and lets the rest of the body know.
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