Your Immune system itself is not immune. Immunosenescence refers to the changes that occur in the immune system with increasing age.

The clinical consequences of immunosenescence include an increased risk of infections, malignancy and autoimmune disorders.

Pneumonia and influenza are among the top 10 causes of death in individuals aged 65 and older. Nosocomial infections (Hospital Acquired) are also significantly increased in older adults.

This could be the result of decreased immunological function in older adults.

There are several other factors that are likely to contribute to increased infections in older adults, including malnutrition, conditions like diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diminished mucosal barriers and decreased cough reflex.

The clinical presentation of infections in older patients may be different from that in younger patients. Older adults with severe infections tend to have fewer symptoms, and fever is absent or blunted in 20 to 30 percent. This suggests a decreased ability to mount inflammatory cytokine responses in the face of infection. Signs of infection in older adults can be nonspecific and include falls, delirium, anorexia, or generalized weakness.

Following things will keep your ageing immune system as strong as possible for as long as possible. I do not want to go in much details, as you all understand it better.
1-Sleep well
2-Look for ways to reduce stress
3-Steer clear of sick people
4-Exercise Moderately
5-Eat well
6-Avoid smoking
7-Avoid too much exposure to sunlight

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