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Best Ways To Stay Healthy This Summer!

Everybody has a summer holiday; doing things they always wanted to…’, goes the song by Cliff Richards. But summers in India can be treacherous in many parts because of the soaring mercury levels. But each season in India has its own beauty and if you just follow a few dos and don’ts, you too can have an enjoyable summer holiday in India.
  • Plain Truth! If you are in the plains of India then you have to be very careful about the amount of sun you are exposed to. Incidences of sunstroke among people living in the plains of northern India are very common. The thumb rule to avoiding sunstroke is to avoid exposure to the sun when it is at its zenith.

  •  Stay Cool! If you are traveling make sure you drink lots of fluids. Wearing light colored cotton clothes can help you beat the heat and cool baths can keep your body temperature in control.

  • Eat Smart! Nature gives you the ideal food during this time, so make sure you include them in your diet. Eating watermelon, papaya, mango and banana can cool your system. The abundance of mangoes in summers compensates for any discomfort experienced due to the heat. This king of fruits is the ideal fruit for the summer- but don’t overdo it.

  •  Water Works! Diseases in summer are usually water-borne so, it makes sense to use boiled water during this time. You can also use mineral water, but make sure that that you consume water from well-known brands and that tamper proof bottling techniques are used by the brand you consume.

  • Drink up! As the body loses essential minerals due to sweating these need to be replaced without fail or else the body may experience heat exhaustion and cramps. The ubiquitous ‘nimbu pani’ is the ideal summer drink. Again the water you use to make juices needs to be boiled and cooled.

  • Ice isn’t nice! Do not use commercially made ice as this is a potential carrier of diseases like jaundice and cholera.

  • Cook your meals! While eating out, go for boiled or steamed vegetables as this effectively kills the disease-causing germs. So, cooked food should definitely be preferred over uncooked food. The food should also be freshly prepared, as food does not remain sterile for long in the summers.

  • Food facts! Food that is not refrigerated in time can cause dysentery, food poisoning and other enteric-related diseases. Food rich in fiber should also be taken in plenty.

  • Skip the street! Avoid street food such as chats and juices.

  • Bug bear! Summer is also the time when mosquitoes and other vectors breed rampantly and spread vector-borne diseases like malaria and dengue. If you are using air-coolers make sure the water is changed often to avoid breeding of larvae. You can also use insect repellents and cover your body adequately to prevent mosquito bites. Covering your body will also give you the protection against sun burns. 

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