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Sleeping well during the night, plus daytime naps.
At least 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep is what you need to stay healthy. Sleeping less than six hours a night increases your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and early dementia. Sleep deprivation also weakens your immune system, leaving you more vulnerable to colds, flu, and other infections.
Also, short mid-afternoon naps can give you some extra energy to get throughout the day.
Washing your hands often.
Make a habit of washing your hands right after you come home. It's important to wash your hands with soap and warm water regularly to reduce your risk of spreading germs that sit on your hands and spread to your mouth and nose, which allows them to invade your body and make you sick.