How To Stay Fit In Monsoon
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Post on 23-Aug-2014
DESCRIPTIONEnjoy the rain, but dont forget to open the umbrella of extra care Monsoon, the season of wonderful rain, the season of joy. Monsoon showers always bring happiness on every faces. But among smiles and joy, rain can cause severe health issue and need extra care to deal with it. Only little precautions and you are free to run in rain without any worry.
- This Monsoon Open The Umbrella of Extra Care
- Enjoy this Monsoon Monsoon, the season of wonderful rain, the season of joy. Monsoon showers always bring happiness on every faces. But among smiles and joy, rain can cause severe health issue and need extra care to deal with it.Only little precautions and you are free to run in rain without any worry.
- Keep Yourself Hydrated In rainy season, due to high humidity level, sweat doesnt evaporate quickly, and also it prevents the release of heat from the body. Drinking lot of water is good option to keep you fit. But, make sure always drink boiled and clean water. It is advisable to drink minimum eight glass water in a day to keep yourself hydrated in rainy season.
- Proper Diet In monsoon, the body lost its capability to digest. In words of Ritika Sammaddar, chief dietician at Max healthcare we should avoid oily food. Taking heavy oily food during rainy season will have adverse effect on stomach
- Eat Fresh and clean food Before consuming any fruits and vegetables. Wash then thoroughly, intake of contaminated food attract diseases like jaundice and can spoil your monsoon season. A very old saying precaution is better than cure, its better to steam the leafy vegetables and cauliflower before consuming it.
- Dos And Dont Dos What to eat what not to eat Eat green leafy vegetables. Avoid Oily Food. Barley, oats and brown rice. Spicy Food. Fruits and vegetables Street Food. Soups Avoid Sea Food
- Maintain proper hygiene During monsoon, stagnant water is always breeding place for many mosquitoes. Clean the stagnant water. Always use mosquito nets, repellents to protect yourself from the mosquito. Wear loose cotton clothes. Avoid walking barefoot. Wear comfortable footwear.
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