Monsoon Tips

Home Remedies – Monsoon

Monsoon are joyous and refreshing time. People of each age loves to enjoy as soon as monsoon arrives. The sweet smell of sand, the sweet voice of peacock and frogs makes the atmosphere and our mood happiest to the peak. We welcome this  change of season from hottie summer heat to a super cool monsoons.

 

Season of monsoon also gives rise to so many viral and bacterial diseases which needs extra care  to keep yourself healthy and fit. Kids and elder people needs extra care of their health in this season. so its better to keep extra care of your health to keep yourself away from germs and bacteria. Mainly you have to take good care of digestive system. Also immunity level is very low. To keep yourself away from allergies, infections and indigestion follow few home remedies.

 

Few tips to follow :-

  • While going out, keep umbrella, raincoat etc .
  • Try to intake hot/warm foods and drinks in monsoon.
  • Avoid having street foods in rainy season, as you can very easily fall ill.
  • Don’t walk through dirty water as that can lead to various fungal infections in legs – specially nails and feet. Also, dry your feet when they get wet.
  • Moisture your skin in monsoons, you need to protect your skin from harmful UV rays.
  • To boost your immune system, have food rich in Vitamin C which also helps fighting infections.
  • Drink soups, ginger tea, lemon tea and herbal tea to keep yourself warm.
  • Avoid staying near damp walls, it can be harmful.
  • If you find yourself wet in rain, add 2-3 caps of butadiene and have a bath with warm water into it to avoid any skin problems.
  • Maintain good personal hygiene.
  • Apply mosquito repellents to keep mosquitoes away.
  • Try to drink water which is either boiled or filtered because diseases mainly in this season are water borne.
  • Maintain healthy diet.
  • Avoid raw veggies and salads , else you can properly wash and clean them at home.
  • Dont sit under AC if you find yourself or clothes wet in rain.
  • Dont eat raw or uncooked food if possible.
  • Have ginger, garlic, turmeric, pepper and coriander in your diet for better digestion.
  • Avoid eating stale or leftovers.
  • Wash your hands properly before having food.

 

Diseases common during monsoon are
  1. Conjunctivitis
  2. Malaria
  3. Dengue
  4. Swelling
  5. Skin allergies
  6. Infections
  7. Leptospirosis

 

This post is published for #OpenNTalk Blogger’s League hosted by Gleefulblogger & Wigglingpen in association with SummerBarnVedantika HerbalsNyassa and Explore Kids World.

 

 

 

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41 thoughts on “Monsoon Tips

    1. Yes, my main motto is to spread those tips which can be done at home and that too sooner, as we know prevention is better than cure..! hope it helps.
      #OpenNTalk #BloggerBabes

  1. Very informative post Nehal. You pointed correct tips. All are very usual but often we forget. Thanks for a timely reminder 🙂

    – Anami from #InvincibleGang for #OpenNTalk #Week2

    1. Thank You!!
      My main motto of this blog is to help people when needed, so i have to be on time or pre time.. !!
      I hope it will definitely help others too.
      Thanks again #OpenNTalk #BloggerBabes

  2. Monsoon is the time when we all want to enjoy the change in weather and pouring rain. Diseases and infections are rampant. Thank you for sharing such helpful tips for it. #OpenNTalk #BloggerBabes

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