listen to the news
Monsoon has made a forceful entry into Chandigarh. However, after Saturday, people also seemed upset by Sunday’s humidity. The sun wasn’t strong on Saturday, but it was a hot summer. At the same time, in the late hours of the night there was light rain in the city and many of the surrounding area. Saturday’s maximum temperature was recorded at 34.8 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature 26.9 degrees Celsius. According to the Meteorological Department, there will not be many temperature variations in the next five days, but light rain is expected.
The risk of infectious diseases increases with rainfall
The risk of infectious diseases has begun to increase with rainfall. Health experts warn those who like to get wet in the rain. According to Dr. Manjeet, Dermatologist, GMSH-16, the level of contamination is very high in the first rain or in the initial rain. Due to contact with it, there is a risk of side effects in the eyes along with skin diseases, so avoid doing so. On the other hand, ophthalmologist Dr. Sanjeev said complaints related to eye infections are currently on the rise. Special attention should be paid to eye cleaning.
Ashish, the former PGI ophthalmologist, says the flu problem in the rainy season is growing rapidly. Avoid getting wet in the rain. Protect your eyes from dirty water and bacteria. Do not touch your eyes with dirty hands. Do not put eye drops in your eyes without the advice of a doctor. Especially if young children rub their eyes frequently, keep their hands clean.
take care of it
Conjunctivitis or eye flu is a contagious disease that means it can be transmitted from person to person. Therefore, do not look into the eyes of the infected person or use their handkerchief, towel, toilet drill, door handle, telephone receiver.
… so that the skin is shiny in the rain
- To prevent skin-related illnesses, pay special attention to cleansing the body regularly.
- Eat a balanced diet and seasonal fruit in your food.
- Do not take any medication without your doctor’s advice.
- Avoid the use of leafy vegetables, urad dal and fried things.
- Include the salad in the meal.
- Do not wear synthetic clothing, bathe in clean water as soon as possible after getting wet in the rain.
- By boiling neem leaves in the water in the bath water, you can also bathe with this water.
- Use medicated soap for the bath.
- Wash clothes only after wearing them once.
- Don’t stay long with wet clothes or shoes.
- Wear loose, airy clothing.
- Do not share clothes or towels with anyone.