Top Health Concern of The Summer Season

The soaring temperatures and increasing humidity in May and June can result in a host of ailments that you should be cautious about.

Stated below are a few common summer illnesses:

  • Heatstroke (Hyperthermia)
    Heatstroke refers to a condition that is characterized by fever and (sometimes) unconsciousness caused by the body's inability to regulate temperature when exposed to excess heat. Common symptoms include headache, nausea, and vomiting. As a possible remedy, stay indoors and keep yourself hydrated.
  • Food poisoning
    Summers are the perfect breeding time for bacteria and viruses. Consuming contaminated food is what leads to food poisoning, symptoms of which include vomiting, diarrhea, and stomach pain. It is best to eat freshly-prepared and thoroughly cooked food. Also, make sure that the cooking space is neat and clean.
  • Sunburn
    Prolonged exposure to the sun's harmful UV rays causes sunburn that is marked by dry, red and itchy skin, nausea, and chills. Over time, sunburns can pile on the risks of skin cancer. Make sure you apply adequate amounts of sunscreen (with an SPF count of over 30) before stepping outdoors.

What are the Healthy foods you can eat this summer?

  • Watermelons as it is loaded with antioxidants and is a rich source of Vit A, Vit C and Vit B6. It also has potassium.
  • Basil acts as a cleansing and detoxifying agent. It helps in cooling down the internal system and reduces inammation in the body caused due to searing heat.
  • Amla keeps your body cool during summers. It is a store house of Vitamin C and is full of antioxidants.
  • Mangoes are a rich source of nutrients. It is enriched with fibre which aids in digestion along with Vitamin A and C.
  • Jaljeera a low calorie drink helps in keeping up the energy levels throughout the day. Its helps in maintaining hydration and aids in digestion.
  • Cucumber as it promotes hydration, lowers blood sugar levels, and has a high fiber content.
  • Onion juice is an effective remedy used to treat heat stroke. Onions are jam-packed with antioxidants that help in neutralizing the ill-effects of cellular damage caused by sunlight.
  • Coconut water for replenishing the electrolytes, minerals, and vitamins in the body.
  • Yoghurt (curd) acts as an excellent prebiotic and helps in keeping the gut healthy.

Novel Coronavirus: Summer

The new Corona virus can be transmitted in All Areas, including areas with hot and humid climate. The best way to protect is by frequently washing hands and following the timely guidelines as received by the government.

Its time that we Stay Home, Stay Safe and Stay Healthy.

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