Must-Do Tips For The Monsoon Season 

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Monsoon is the perfect time for viruses and bacteria to thrive. It is this time of the year when viral fevers, infections and allergic reactions become most rampant. 


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Due to high humidity, the digestive system gets sluggish. Hence, eating right and taking care of your overall health becomes important to prevent falling sick.


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Street foods may seem tempting but they may be contaminated with bacteria that may cause indigestion. For the same reasons avoid eating raw foods.

Avoid eating outside

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Include lots of green and nutrient rich veggies in your diet. Make sure you wash all your vegetables with warm water or with salt to get rid of the accumulated dirt. 

Consume greens & veggies

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Since diseases like cholera and diarrhoea are quite rampant during monsoon, and as these diseases spread through water, it is crucial to consume clean drinking water. 

Drink Clean Water

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Keep your house pest-free and check for leakages or clogging. Replace rusted or broken drainpipes since they are breeding ground for germs and bacteria.

Keep Surroundings Clean 

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Vector-borne diseases such as malaria are quite common during monsoon. Make sure to keep mosquitoes away by using mosquito repellents and wearing full-sleeved clothes.

Keep Mosquitoes away

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Do not allow water to get stagnated around your home as it the breeding spots of the mosquitoes. 


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There is no replacement to a regular exercise regime for overall wellness. Make sure to incorporate some form of physical activity in your day-to-day routine.

Exercise Regularly

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A variety of seasonal fruits like pomegranates, plums, litchis, pears and vegetables like carrots, radish and fenugreek etc. should form a part of your diet. 

Eat Seasonal Foods

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Bitter vegetables like karela and bitter herbs like neem and haldi (turmeric) contain antioxidants and medicinal properties that prevent you from infections.

Magical ingredients

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If you are having cold and cough, boil water with dry ginger for immediate relief. You could also boil tulsi, ginger and honey and drink the juice daily. 

Some Natural Remedies

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Grains like wheat, barley, horse gram and green leafy vegetables should be consumed during the rainy season. You should also increase your intake of vitamin C.

Some More diet tips

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Do not get drenched in the rain and in case you do, have a bath soon after. Dry yourself properly to keep allergies and infections at bay. Do not wear wet clothes.

Skin care 

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