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Seven Commandments to A Healthy You This Monsoon

By Finserv MARKETS - Aug 14,2019
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Tips To Stay Healthy This Monsoon

Monsoon has arrived in India and how. The climate has become cold and comfortable, relieving us from the deadly heat of the summers. But in this beautiful season, we cannot ignore many diseases that dwell around us.

Does this mean we should stop getting out of houses during the monsoon reason? No, right? But you can most definitely avoid health issues this season.

Here are seven commandments to lead a healthy monsoon.

  1. Keep Environment Clean

Mosquitos bites can spread malaria and dengue. Keep yourself safe from such critical illnesses by keeping your surroundings clean during the monsoon season.

Avoid water-logging in and around your streets, empty the indoor vase and coolers often and keep the habit of using mosquito killing machines and mosquito repellents. Make sure there is no stagnant water in and around your house or society.

  1. Splash! But Not In Dirty Rain Puddles

Most of the time, people love to splash in puddles during monsoon. Little do they know that these puddles can cause leptospirosis – an infectious bacteria living in contaminated water. As a matter of fact, the urine of infected animals mixes with the water, and the bacteria can break through your skin or mucous membranes.

  1. Buy Blinkers and Nose Clips

Stopping by the roadside Chinese food stalls and indulging yourself with hot soup and fried food during monsoon is very common. However, the hygiene of these places is usually compromised, not only during monsoon but throughout the year. Thus, the food and juices provided by these food stalls are most likely to be contaminated with disease-causing organisms, especially during the monsoon season.

  1. Eat Healthy Food Instead!

Consume food that will boost your immunity. You can avoid respiratory allergies, viral fevers, cough and cold by eating ‘tulsi’ leaves. Take a few ‘tulsi’ leaves, wash them clean and boil them in a water container. Then, strain the water and keep drinking it throughout the day.

On the other hand, you can put ‘tulsi’ leaves in your everyday salad or consume them with some jaggery. Other immunity-boosting foods are the ones that are rich in Vitamin C like vegetables, tomatoes, guava, kiwi, and papaya. Also, spices like turmeric, cinnamon, and ginger can help keep the illness away.

  1. Exercise Regularly

One way to boost your immunity is by exercising regularly. It also is an excellent means for adequate blood circulation, further allowing immune components to travel freely inside your body.

  1. Do Yoga

Yoga is yet another effective way of boosting your immunity this monsoon season. You can learn yoga ‘asanas’ online or join yoga classes over the weekend.

  1. Take Health Insurance

You most certainly cannot predict your future. It is always better to be prepared beforehand, and thus, you need a health policy. Not only can you seek coverage for yourself, but many insurers offer a family mediclaim policy. In case you are confused about which policy to purchase, then compare health insurance plans online and choose one that is most suitable for your needs.

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