Tips To Stay Safe During COVID Times during Rainy Days

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It is a game of immunity, and you have to win it by keeping your immunity in the best condition. Happy Rainy days are back again. its that time of the year, where most of the people enjoy rains. This year is going to be a challenge, as its not same as previous years, due to the ongoing issues of CORONA. Till now people were worried about diseases like MALARIA, DENGUE, PNEUMONIA and this year to add the list we have CORONAVIRUS.

Rains in India are welcomed with open arms, but this year it is not going to be the same. With coronavirus gripping its hands all across the country, we have to focus on staying inside and safe and enjoy rains from our windows only.

The Monsoon of the Southwest has been present in many states, in particular in the South of Karnataka, Maharashtra. Rainy Days to start in Delhi by June 28-29 and will also bring in a lot of challenges for the people. Although the cold monsoon rain splashes bring a lot of heat relief, they bring with them a host of infections, especially those that contain water and mosquitoes. However, your health can suffer from high moisture content.

So you have to be very careful about your eating habits or activities during the rainy season. Monsoon can cause certain health risks, especially children. Fortunately, you and your whole family will take a lot of steps to prevent getting sick and remaining in optimum health during the rainy season. Here are some tips to keep your mountain healthy:Rainy Days

Rain helps in reducing the temperature, but there is no evidence that a rise or fall in temperature can affect the growth of the virus.

Quick Tips To Be Followed during rainy days

So all you need to do is to follow these quick tips and enjoy the weather to the utmost.

  • Drink hot water and tea. Try to avoid cold drinks and refrigerated water. Coldwater can cause a sore throat that might lead to infection in the throat.
  • Eat only home cooked meals as you know how they are being cooked and what kind of water is being used to prepare the same. An ordered meal has no guarantee of how many hands have touched it and in what conditions it has been made.
  • Seek to avoid pre-cooked food and carefully wash raw fruits and veggies before feeding. Remove oily foods that can interfere with digestion and cause digestive problems.
  • Stay inside and do not think of getting wet in the rainwater. You might get cold, and this will affect your immunity. Trust me; this is not the time to test your immune system.
  • Move out of your home only, and only if it is essential else to stay home and stay safe. Remember that even one single case can be the reason for a whole community getting affected.Rainy Days
  • Do not touch your eyes, mouth, or nose again and again, and if you feel the urge to do so, then keep a handy sanitizer with you.
  • Yes, it is difficult to control yourself from eating fried food in the rainy season but keep its consumption to a limited amount.
  • Do not use air conditioners and maintain an average temperature at your home. Rainy season brings a lot of viral infections along, so it is going to be a tough time, but you have to stay healthy.
  • Drink plenty of fluids and herbal warm teas to improve immunity, especially those with antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. During monsoon, it is essential to drink enough water, but make sure you only drink cooked or cleansed water.
  • To stop mosquito bite, use insect repellents that are good for your skin. Keep the air tidy so as not to block drains and waste lines. Check for flower pots and unused containers where there is conventional mosquito breeding that may hold stagnant water. Remain clean and cover regularly.
  • To prevent infections, practice good hygiene like washing hands regularly with soap and clean water. When you keep your hands clean, most monsoon-related diseases can be removed. Achieving the transmission of germs to yourself will help prevent touching your eyes, nose, and oral without thoroughly washing your hands.Rainy Days

We hope that you will have a beautiful, healthy monsoon, keeping this in mind! Stay safe and keep your loved ones safe. This is the only funda that can help you come out of the worst times.

Don’t miss to read: Immune System – The Only Soldier In Your Army

Yours Truly,

Queen Bee!!!

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