Avoid piping hot food and oily heavy meals - they add heat to your body
Eat small meals and eat more often
Drinking plenty of water, drink a lot of fluids to avoid dehydration. Boil water for at least 20 minutes before drinking.
Replace Salt and Minerals in the body by increasing the intake of fresh lime juice, 'lassi', soups, 'Aam Panna' and fruit juices during summer months. Tender coconut water contains sugar, fiber, and proteins along with vitamins and minerals.
Avoid cut fruits and Ice golas from street side vendors.
Eat a lot of salads and fresh fruits that naturally contain water, like water melon – in fact this fruit contains nearly 92% water and up to 14% of vitamin C. This will add to the moisture content that you will lose through sweating. Small amounts of vitamin B and potassium are also found in this fruit.
Use protective glass to protect your eyes from pollution, dust and sunrays.
If you have conjunctivitis then uses two different handkerchiefs for your two eyes. This will prevent infection to spread to the other eye.
Use eye drops to keep eyes moist. This can help those who have dryness of eyes, However, eye drops should be brought only after consultating an ophthalmologist. In case of pain, swelling or any discharge from the eyes, rush to an ophthalmologist.
Protect your eyes they are precious! Donate eyes, give others the pleasure of Vision!
In case of infections, exfoliate that part of your body. This will clean up the dead cells and rejuvenate the skin
Using sunscreen regularly helps prevent suntans and sunburn. It also helps protect your skin from harmful UV rays, so make sure you apply a good sunscreen to all the exposed areas of your body before you step into the sun. Select SPF 40 or higher to protect yourself adequately. Apply sunscreen 30 minutes before going outdoors and reapply as needed.
Avoid shampooing your hair everyday, as excessive washing will further dry your hair. Keep your hair manageable by regular conditioning.
If you go swimming, rinse your hair as soon as you get out of the pool. The chlorine and salts in the pool tend to dry out the hair and the sooner you rinse them out, the better. Conditioning your hair after a swim is also recommended.