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Jun 28, 2017
Jun
28
2017

Monsoon Health Guide

Monsoon is the season of excitement, fun and cooler temperatures. However, the season also invites a number of health problems. It is important to take proper precautions to avoid falling ill and catching some of the common monsoon diseases. Have a look at our quick Monsoon Health Guide.

Stock up on rainwear

A raincoat with a hooded jacket and waterproof shoes are imperative while outdoors in the rain. This is a simple precaution to avoid getting wet and catching a cold.

Vitamin C

Increasing the intake of Vitamin C either in natural form or as food supplement will help you drive away the cold virus faster. A healthy supply of this vitamin will activate your antibodies and reduce the severity of cold and build your immunity.

Maintain good health and hygiene

Washing off all dirt and bacteria from your body after being outdoors in the rain is essential. This will prevent a buildup of germs on your body and reduce your chance of infections. Using sanitizer and washing your hands regularly is a must.

Consume warm drinks

Beverages like vegetable soup, warm milk, tea etc are perfect for the monsoon. This will keep your warm and reduce the chances of catching any kind of infection that can occur due to a sudden change in the temperature of the body.

Drink plenty of water

Water intake may reduce naturally because of the sudden drop in the temperature of the environment. It is good to drink plenty of water and drain out the toxins from your body.

Watch your nutritional intake

Try to eat nutritious food and avoid eating out during the rainy season. Prepare meals with fresh and clean vegetables and maintain health and hygiene throughout the house.

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