Health‌ ‌Tips‌ to Stay Healthy this Monsoon‌ Season

First showers provide joy, happiness, the start of fresh life, a reprieve from the blazing heat, and so much more. It is not only enjoyed by people, but also by animals, plants, birds, microbes, and viruses.

While we may like walking in the rain, playing in the puddles, or eating roadside food, it is also accompanied by many health woes with increased risk of catching a cold, viral fever, infections, allergies, and a greater risk of waterborne diseases like Typhoid and Cholera. As a result, it is critical to take action towards keeping ourselves healthy. 

To assist you in taking care of yourself, we have compiled a list of the top rainy-season health suggestions. These suggestions will aid you and your family’s health. In India, it is also relatively simple to visit a doctor online in case of an emergency health crisis during the rainy season.

  1. Take Appropriate Nutrition During the Monsoon: To stay healthy and follow a balanced monsoon diet, it is critical to consume sufficient nutrition throughout the monsoon. It is not recommended to consume raw food since it may contain viruses and bacteria that can cause severe illnesses such as food poisoning, loose movements, and other stomach infections. A balanced diet should contain foods that are nutritious and high in fibre, protein, and other nutrients such as steamed and boiled vegetables, milk products such as buttermilk and yoghurt, fresh fruits, herbal teas, and the avoidance of hot foods and the use of bitter vegetables. 

  2. Avoid Junk Food During the Monsoon Season: This statement matches the rainy season “Good Food is Good Mood”, since we love to consume junk during monsoon. The more junk food you eat during the rains, the more likely you are to become infected with a sickness. This is because street food is exposed to bacteria and viruses found in the open air. Hence, it is recommended to avoid eating junk. 

  3. Avoid making contact with sick people: During the monsoon season, many people get infected with the common cold and flu, so you must be cautious. When going to public locations, it is critical to stay a safe distance from sick persons. Dust and allergic particles can easily wreak havoc on your system. Online medical consultation in India is becoming increasingly popular, and you can simply contact a doctor in an emergency. 

  4. Protect yourself against mosquitoes: One of the most serious problems during the monsoon season is mosquito breeding. These wicked tiny insects are more than capable of causing you pain. But don’t worry! With a few steps, you may easily achieve a mosquito-free home. It is critical to remove stagnant water in order to keep mosquitos at bay during the rainy season. Mosquitoes can bite at any time and from any location. When going outside, it is a good idea to use insect repellents. Use a mosquito coil, spray, or repellent oil even when you are at home. 

  5. Wet shoes must be avoided: During the monsoon, it is nearly impossible to go to work and return with clean and dry shoes. If your shoes are muddy or soaked, clean them well and allow them to dry completely before wearing them again; otherwise, infections will grow in them. Make sure you have a dry pair of shoes or choose special rubber shoes.

“The monsoon season is lovely and spiritually invigorating, but it also puts your health at risk. You may enjoy this season without worrying about your health if you take the basic precautions.”



Disclaimer: The information is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace medical treatment from a healthcare professional. Because everyone’s needs are different, the reader should visit their doctor to see if the material is appropriate for them.

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