Make Yourself And Your Diet, Healthy This Monsoon!
After experiencing the scorching heat, we welcome the monsoon season with so much excitement. But it brings some health issues with it too. Dr. Anil Dhingra, Spine expert in Chandigarh, brings you with some precautions to stay healthy in monsoons. In this season our body is more prone to infections, allergies, and indigestion problems. The high level of humidity also affects our body and reduces its digestive capability. You should avoid eating if you aren’t hungry because it can result in digestive problems. Here are some tips to stay healthy this monsoon.
Say ‘NO’ To Street Food
During the rainy season we love to eat chaat, bhajiyas, and pakodas from the local streets, but the chances of this food being contaminated are very high, also it is unhygienic. Fried food should be avoided during monsoon.
Don’t eat pre-cut veggies and fruits
Pre-cut fruits and vegetables can easily catch bacteria and germs. Try to avoid eating pre-cut fruits and veggies. Also, vegetables like cabbage and spinach,and other leafy veggies should be cleaned and washed properly with lukewarm water before the preparation, as their leaves can contain worms.
Consume herbal tea for this monsoon to keep your immune system strong and healthy, it provides a therapeutic effect on your body. The tea should contain basil, pepper, ginger,cloves, and cinnamon which will keep your body warm.
Add Garlic and Turmeric to your food
Viral infections are common during monsoon. Getting drenched is also a problem which you can’t always avoid. Adding garlic to your soup and curries will give your body the ability to fight against viral. Turmeric is known for its anti-inflammatory properties which will improve your immune system and will keep you away from throat infections.
Stay healthy this monsoon by following these tips by Dr. Anil Dhingra, Best Neurosurgeon in Chandigarh.