Eat fatty fish twice a week. Salmon and other fatty fish dinners (such as anchovies, halibut, sardines, and tuna) containing omega-3 fatty acids that reduce inflammation. "Omega-3s disrupt the production of chemicals that cause inflammation by certain immune system cells.
Get a new mattress. Does your mattress make you toss and turn?
Brush your teeth regularly. We’re all supposed to brush our teeth twice per day, and floss them at least once per day. It’s necessary to brush away the bacteria that can inflame the gums, lead to infection, and cause inflammation or infection elsewhere in the body.
Go for a walk. Aerobic exercises — the kind that gets your heart and lungs working, like brisk walking — is an important way to fight chronic inflammation (at least 150 minutes of aerobic activity per week, e.g. 5x30 minutes, to stay healthy).
Do some deep-breathing exercises. Feeling stressed → short deep breathing exercises, several times a day, helps?
Source: Harvard Health Publishing