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Dos and Don't during Monsoon!

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  • 1. Monsoon’s here!
  • 2. Beware of
  • 3. Malaria
  • 4. Cholera
  • 5. Typhoid
  • 6. Hepatitis A or Jaundice
  • 7. Common cold
  • 8. Keep yourself safe! We tell you how!
  • 9.
    • Avoid heavy, salty food as it promotes water retention and bloating. It is better to have medium to low salt food.
    • Start body massages once a week with a light oil like olive oil. Massages promote the lymph channels movement which not only aids to decrease the bloating but also assists weight loss by improving the bile flow.
    • Eat light foods like vegetables, fruits, cereals etc and avoid too much of meat or fish. One can also enjoy grilled, tandoori foods which need minimum oil/butter.
    • Avoid fried foods as they decrease the digestive efficiency.
    • Do not indulge in heavy exercises, instead walking along with yoga or stretching is better as heavy exercises cause an increase in body temperature which leads to headaches, body aches etc.   
  • 10.
    • Eat foods which are drying in nature, the most popular being corn, chickpea, gram flour, oats. Eating watery foods like rice, lassi, watermelon, muskmelon creates swelling in the body.
    • Maintain the general hygiene while eating out and definitely avoid roadside vendors as very few people have the high immunity to handle the bacterial overload at such places.
    • Avoid foods which are very sour like tamarind, chutneys and pickles as they promote water retention.
    • Wash all green vegetables thoroughly as a lot of worms and insects are hidden in the leafy vegetables.
    • Consume a lot of bitter vegetables like bitter gourd and bitter herbs like basil, fenugreek seeds, turmeric as it prevents infection.
  • 11. Rest… Enjoy the monsoon! Stay Safe!
  • 12. A CIL initiative

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