1. Increase vitamin C intake
Eat sprouts, fresh green vegetables and oranges to have a Vitamin C-rich diet.
2. Drink clean water
If you drink beverages outside, ensure that only pure water is used. Taking your bottle of water with you is best to be on the safe side.
3. Increase probiotic intake
Make a point to increase your intake of probiotic foods like curds, yoghurt, buttermilk and homemade pickles
4. Avoid junk food
Street food, freshly cut fruits and other kinds of food items sold on the street should strictly be avoided
5. Destroy breeding grounds for mosquitoe
Mosquitos are born in stagnant water, so removing sources of stagnant water will help a lot.
6. Add a disinfectant to the bathwater
It will save you from the millions of microorganisms you carry home and help you stay healthy and fit.
7. Iron those damp clotheIt might seem like a strange tip, but the monsoon is perfect for moulds. Closets, wardrobes and almirahs are generally used to store clothing,
8. Care for your fruits and vegetable
Prefer clean, freshly cooked food when eating outdoors. Avoid eating raw cut fruits/salads from street vendors
9. Get enough sleep
Don’t stay up late working or watching a web series. 7-8 hours of sleep bolsters immunity and helps to reduce the chances of flu and cold-like conditions common during monsoons.
10. Exercise regularly
Jumping rope, squats, planks and burpees are all excellent exercises that can be done indoors. Exercising not only helps you lose weight or stay in shape, but it is also great for your immunity.