6 Important Tips to Stay Healthy In Rainy Season


by Urvashi Newar

The rainy season invites a lot of health-related issues and we tend to get more susceptible to the harmful effects of the monsoon season. Read here to know how to take care of your health during monsoon!

Let the rain kiss you. Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops. Let the rain sing you a lullaby. -Langston Hughes

 

Rains bring joy, rains bring happiness! Kids are often and always excited to play the game “Peppa Pig Muddy Puddles” and all sorts of jumping game. After all it feels so good to get a massive relief from the heat wave. The mesmerizing cloudy sky, greenery all around and cool breeze are a few things which we all love about rainy season. However, we need to be extremely careful during this season as humidity levels are high and this means there are more chances of infections. Stay Healthy In Rainy Season 01

We at TCT want you to enjoy this rainy season without falling sick and this is why we have enlisted 6 important tips to stay healthy in rainy season. 

1. Vitamin C Can Work Wonders:

If you want to keep the cold virus at bay during rainy season then increase your intake of vitamin C. Try and include oranges, kiwis, cherry and garlic in your daily diet. They all are known to work well for cold and they even improve immunity. Stay Healthy In Rainy Season 02

2. Take a Shower After Getting Wet in the Rain:

Though this might sound silly but you must take a shower after you get wet in the rain. You can add a few drops of Savlon or Dettol in your bath bucket for eliminating germs. One can also add Potash Alum to the water. What is it, anyway? Well! It’s a double sulfate of aluminum and of an alkaline earth element or ammonium; chemically, an alum is any one of the markedly astringent double salts formed by a combination of a sulfate of aluminum, iron, manganese, chromium, or gallium with a sulfate of lithium, sodium, potassium, ammonium, cesium, or rubidium; used locally as a styptic.

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3. Sip Hot Drinks:

Nothing is more exciting than enjoying a cup of hot coffee or tea during rainy season. You can also have hot soup or hot milk to avoid catching cold. Another great option is herbal tea, it is packed with minerals and also aids in digestion. Now that’s is really nice.Stay Healthy In Rainy Season 04

4. Maintain Cleanliness and Hygiene:

It is very important that you maintain cleanliness and hygiene during rainy season. Micro-organisms tend to thrive during the monsoon season, which might leave you with cold. You must wash your hands regularly to avoid any kind of infection. Also, you must keep your nail cuticles in proper manner to avoid any type of fungal infection during rainy season. Avoid going near any wet wall as it can again cause infection and get rid of them if you have any at your home. 

5. Avoid Street Food:

We all get tempted to have those piping hot momos or deep fried cutlets from our local street vendors during rainy season but you should actually avoid eating street food during this time as it can lead to many infections. You must eat home cooked fresh food while it is hot to prevent cold and cough.Stay Healthy In Rainy Season 05

6. Get Insect Repellents:

Apart from cool breeze, rainy season also brings mosquitoes and other insects. You can use mild insect repellents for yourself and your kids to prevent mosquito bites and other insects bites. Also, use mosquito nets to prevent malaria; which is the most common disease during monsoon season. You must stay away from stagnant water as it is breeding ground for mosquitoes.Stay Healthy In Rainy Season 06

We are sure after reading this piece of information, you will be all geared up to prepare for rainy season. Go ahead enjoy the lovely weather with your family and stay healthy. 

 

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