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II  Tips to Follow in this Monsoon for a Healthy Body and Mind  II

Tips to Follow in this Monsoon for a Healthy Body and Mind

We all are familiar and often hear the adage ‘Health is wealth’. This old age saying is absolutely true and applicable to all the age groups. Especially parents should take some special precautions towards their children as they are very prone to get sick in this monsoon. Here are we are providing few tips to take care of your children’s health in this season.

Choose Healthy Diet

Hot and tasty snacks taste better when we eat it in our home while it’s raining outside but sadly the same mouth-watering snacks play a major role to infect us with diseases. So choose a healthy diet as the digestive system is more prone to infections in this season.

On the other hand, many people prefer to eat raw vegetables and salads at the roadside vendors assuming its healthy but avoid it unless they are consumed in your home where you can clean them thoroughly.

Don’t Walk in the Rain

Yes! You might say a big NO to this one as it is much tempting to walk in the rain but it makes you more vulnerable to a host of many viral diseases as well as fungal infections of the feet and toes.

Unfortunately, if your clothes get wet due to the rain, don’t sit in an AC environment change the clothes as soon as possible.

Take Care of your Eyes

Avoid touching your eyes often as infections like corneal ulcers, conjunctivitis, and dry eyes are common during the season. Sometimes these infections can lead to blindness if ignored.

In this digital era, most of the time we spend in front of screens like television, computer or smartphone, whatever the medium it results in eye redness, itching or irritation. Regularly consult an ophthalmologist and take prescribed precautions for good eye-sight.

Use Mosquito Repellants

Monsoon is a festival season for mosquitos (pun intended), as accumulated water is a breeding ground for these insects. Never forget to carry a mosquito repellant. If you are over cautious then take a dose of anti-malaria drugs.

You may all have heard this before but it’s worthy to revise precautions as it makes us aware to stay healthy and happy in this monsoon.

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