Rainfall in Corona Crisis: The second wave of Kovid-1 of has stopped in most parts of India. Let us tell you that during the second wave, the country faced various challenges, including a lack of oxygen supply and a massive increase in the number of corona cases. When we go a little further in all of this, the rainy season has begun for the most part, bringing with it a ‘flood’ of diseases every year – bacterial, viral and fungal infections. Therefore, additional steps need to be taken to ensure protection from them as well as Kovid-1.
Dr Vis Vishal Sehgal, President, Portia Medical, reports to IndianExpress.com, “If we take some general precautions, we can help keep ourselves and our families safe from these diseases, especially when we are going through a global epidemic. At the same time, it is important to keep in mind that the symptoms of this seasonal infection can take the form of Covid-1, so one has to be careful. Covid-1 spreads through 19 drops and air. It should be used with caution and to keep your immune system strong.
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Apart from this, Dr. Sehgal also said some warnings, let’s take a look at them.
Protection from mosquitoes
The most important thing is to protect yourself from mosquitoes. That’s why you have to wear full sleeves when you go out. All areas of water stagnation should be checked, be it cold, tanks and empty places where water fills up. Repel mosquitoes or use nets at home. As far as possible, fog should be used to eliminate mosquitoes and insects in the house.
After returning from the outside, bathing is essential to wash away any germs that have accumulated on the skin and help protect you from disease. When it comes to personal hygiene and disease prevention, our hands are a major focus area. It is important to wash them thoroughly and frequently with soap and water, especially before eating or after using the washroom. Sneezing or coughing without mouth is another harmful habit, which should be avoided completely.
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Establishing social distance
With all the places reopening, we started using public transport mostly in the workplace and went out to buy the necessary things. Many precautions need to be taken, such as not being able to cover the face or keeping distance from those who show signs of illness or cough. Masks are a must when leaving the house. People with weakened immune systems, children and the elderly should avoid crowded places. Keep two yards away from the other person.
Food and water sanitation
To avoid diseases in the rainy season, we should ensure adequate food and water sanitation in our homes. Avoid eating street food and try to eat fresh, home-cooked food as much as possible. Keep your water bottle with you and drink pure or boiled water in the same way. Boosting immunity and eating seasonal foods is a good way to stay healthy in the rainy season.
Take care of your lungs
Airborne infections can affect the respiratory tract and some home remedies may be beneficial. Hot water should be consumed as much as possible and steam should be taken once a day. Make sure you are doing some breathing exercises like yoga and pranayama.
Dr. Vishal Sehgal said that although the wave of Kovid-1 of has stopped and is slowly opening up, we should keep an eye on ourselves and stay at home as rain also brings many diseases. By following some basic hygiene and safety measures, it is possible to enjoy the rainy season without any illness.
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