This monsoon, no compromise with health

This Monsoon say No to infections and choose to be healthy and happy!

Monsoon, without any doubts is the best time of the year, giving you relief from the treacherous heat of summer and preparing you for the winter. With MET department announcing monsoon crawling in many parts of India, its time that you gear yourself up for with immense joy they bring infections and virus too, which requires you to be extra cautious.

But you needn’t worry, bring these tips a reality in your daily life and adore Monsoon like never before.

Have more and more Vitamin C

Vitamin C boosts your immunity and helps to fight back illness. Include more your Vitamin C in your daily routine. Consume either in the form of food supplements or naturally. Citrus fruits are a good source of it and are a treat for your taste buds too.

Distance yourself from coffee

We know its hard to distance yourself from a warm cup of coffee on a rainy day, but too much coffee can alter your health. It tends to reduce the fluid count, dehydrating your body. Instead, increase your water supplements to stay healthy.

All drenched in rain, now shower up

Enjoying in rains in inevitable, but after making most of the monsoon, don’t sit back to listen to your favorite song. Hurry to take a shower and wash away all the bacteria that got stuck to you, before you catch any infection.

Let the mosquitoes bite the dust and not you

Not only yours, but the rainy season is mosquito’s favorite too. Use mosquito repellents and creams on regular basis to stay safe from mosquito bites and the diseases they bring alongside.

Clean the vegetables properly

Try to avoid leafy vegetables because the damped season often infects them. Or wash them thoroughly with clean water and cook them for a longer duration to kill any germs or bacteria if left.

Be the kid and enjoy the rainy season to its fullest, but don’t forget to be cautious and stay healthy. Happy rains!

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