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Health Tips for a Rainy Day

Apr 05, 2017 10:36
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Rainy days are just around the corner and due to consistent spells of rain, humidity settles in and that allows infectious bacteria and viruses to spread faster than ever. So while you’re out there, enjoying a rainy day, be sure to take certain precautions.

Always carry an Umbrella/Raincoat

Avoid getting wet in the rain! This may sound redundant yet many people forget to carry an umbrella or a raincoat. Carry these items and lower the chances of any disease catching you by surprise.

Wash Your Hands

During monsoon, bacteria and viruses become pro-active and there are countless ways in which you can come in contact with these microscopic monsters! So go ahead, tap that liquid soap, carry a sanitizer, and act ‘hygienic’ before every meal.

Herbal Tea

Herbal tea has a therapeutic effect on your body and can do wonders to your overall health. If you somehow ended up getting drenched in the rain, quickly prepare some herbal tea for yourself. Just add cloves, cinnamon, basil, pepper, and ginger to that brewing beauty and gulp it down. These are body warming ingredients which have other benefits too.

‘Shoe’ is Must

A rainy day clogs gutters and fills road craters with dirty water. Now your feet, if left exposed to all this poison, can cause unwanted, ugly, and irritating skin infections. So, a shoe is a must to keep diseases away.

Source: DY365

Apr 05, 2017 10:36
Northeast
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