- TRY TO MAINTAIN WATER LEVEL IN YOUR BODY
High humidity levels leach the water from your body more slowly than high temperature, but still it can cause dehydration . So don’t wait till you feel thirsty to drink water, and be sure to get your minimum of eight glasses of water.
2. BOOST YOUR IMMUNITY
As we all know that Vitamin C is the best source to improve your immunity, so raise your Vitamin C intake to boost ur immunity against cold and flu. Also load up on repellent plants like citronella and essentials oils that can help keep bugs away. Clear away any unclear water in and around your living spaces , to lower risk of dengue and malaria infections.
3.TAKE A LOOK AT YOUR FEET
Your feet faces the real brunt of the monsoon and are exposed to possible infections from everyday muck as well as leptospirosis-causing contaminated water in puddles. So start focusing on your feet hygiene in the rains. And ensure that your feet and your footwear are dry so that you can protect yourself from fungal infections.
4. AVOID CERTAIN FISH AND VEGETABLES
We all know that vegetables are good for our health but when it comes to monsoon it is best to avoid some such as spinach and cabbage because they are difficult to clean properly and that’s the point where all trouble begins. Monsoon is also breeding season for many fish species, so keep away from those let nature replenish its reserves.
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