Monsoon health tips: How to save yourself from getting sick despite getting drenched in the rain

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Ways to save yourself from getting sick despite getting drenched in the rain

Ways to save yourself from getting sick despite getting drenched in the rain

Most people like monsoon season. In this season, it feels very good to eat spicy food and getting wrenched in the rain. But it is not a good idea to get wet in the rain because it is more likely to make you sick. This season is the worst one in terms of catching the infections and getting sick. Getting wet in the rain can cause cold and infection. Despite this many people throw caution to the air and get wet in the rain. It is better to take care of your health is you have gotten drenched in the rain. Let’s find out what to do when you get drenched in rain. (Also read: Monsoon tips: Healthy foods to enjoy monsoon)

Monsoon health tips: How to prevent yourself from getting sick in monsoon

  • Remove wet clothes
  • Wash the feet
  • Take a bath using hot water
  • Put Moisturizer
  • Eat basil, honey and black pepper

Remove wet clothes
Change the wet clothes first when you come home after getting drenched in the rain. Because wearing wet clothes is more likely to cause infections.  (Also read: Hair fall: How to prevent hair fall during monsoon)

Wash the feet
Dirt or mud accumulates on the roads by getting wet in the rain water, due to which your feet are full of germs. Therefore, when you come home first wash the feet with warm water and scrub with salt, it does not cause infections.

Take a bath using hot water
It is beneficial to take a bath with hot water to prevent germs and infections. Because the wetness in the rain leads to infections. The hot water helps to relax the body as well.

Put Moisturizer
Getting wet in the rain causes the skin to turn dry. Then put the oil to avoid dry and lifeless skin, add oil or moisturizer to the body.

Eat basil, honey and black pepper
Eat 2 basil leaves, 1 teaspoon honey and 2 black pepper daily in the morning. Immersion boosts from these herbs, which does not cause cold weather in the monsoon.

Don’t miss to read: Monsoon skin care tips: How to take care of your skin in the rainy season

It is well-known fact that monsoon increases the risk of infection. Click the link to read this article in Hindi.

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