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How To Stay Healthy During Changing Seasons

Pushkar Garg 15 November, 2019 Updated on : 11 Dec 2019
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The weather is as unpredictable - one day it’s so sunny that you’re sweating, the next day it’s chilly, and another day it rains. The weather forecast cannot always be trusted due to the fluctuating weather patterns and changing temperatures. No matter how strong your immunity is, you are bound to feel a little under the weather now and then. You can take a few precautions in the changing weather to stay fit.

Two habits, eating healthy and regular exercise, can help you stay healthy. Avail complete fitness services with FITPASS – attend unlimited workouts across 3,500+ gyms and fitness studios. An additional service – FITFEAST puts you in touch with certified nutritionists for customized daily diets and calorie monitoring.

Precautions during Season Change

Drink Plenty of Fluids

Start and end your day with a glass of water. In the morning, you can have lemon water with a teaspoon of honey to flush out the toxins from the body. Have at least 2-3 liters of water every day, which will keep you away from illnesses and diseases. A great way to get Vitamin C is to have fruit juice for breakfast; add some honey to the juice if you have a sore throat due to the changing weather conditions.

Clean the Air

Delhi air pollution is unpredictable these days. Even when stubble burned across the surrounding states ceases, the air quality remains hazardous. You have to take preventive measures or breathing problems are imminent. The air inside the home is more polluted than the air outside, which is why ventilation is essential.

Add a few plants like aloe vera, snake plant, spider plant, etc. in your room that naturally purify the air and don’t need a lot of sunlight either. Apart from these, you should get a good air purifier with a high-efficiency HEPA filter that filters the 2.5 PM and dust mites, which are hazardous to the lungs. Maintaining the air purifier is also important. Buy a good N95 or N99 mask for when you’re outside.

Exercise Regularly

Exercising refreshes your body and mind and keeps you active. Daily exercises for around half an hour every day keeps you in shape. If you can’t step out due to air pollution, head to the gym or studio for a session. You can practice Yoga at home to stay flexible and healthy. The idea is to continue your fitness routine irrespective of the weather. A fit body is better equipped to fight the infections that attack your body during this time.

Rest well

Not getting enough sleep every night increases your chances of falling ill. Sleeping 7-8 each night is essential in maintaining the essential functions of the body. The immune system stays strong when your body gets the rest it needs. The body repairs itself while you’re asleep.

Get your Nutrients

You need to eat healthy to stay healthy. Eat seasonal fruits and veggies to get the essential nutrients. Avoid eating packed foods and unhealthy items when the season changes. Eating roadside snacks during untimely rain showers is the best way to bring on diseases and illnesses upon yourself. Ensure taking a high protein diet, have steamed veggies and raw fruits to stay fit.

Mainttain Hygiene

Maintaining proper hygiene is indispensable, especially when the season changes. While washing hands before and after meals is a must, you should take baths regularly or after each workout. In case you can’t find a washroom around you, carry a hand sanitizer. Washing your face regularly decreases the risk of bacterial infections; prevents acne and other breakouts.

Have Probiotics

Having probiotics daily improves your immunity and decreases your chances of falling ill. Yogurt is a great source of probiotics that prevents allergies and colds. You can also have probiotics in the form of drinks like Yakult that are easily available in the market. Probiotics are healthy bacteria that keep you energetic.

Dress as per the season

Just as winter sets in, the days are warm but the evenings are considerably cooler. Taking this season lightly creates all the problems; while you might enjoy the pleasant weather, your body might be vulnerable to cold and fever. You can catch a cold you when you’re sweating.

We work in controlled environments in our office all day long. When we leave the workplace, the change in temperature can be a little too much. Therefore, always carry a jacket with you for you can feel cold anytime. It is advisable to wear full-sleeved clothes to avoid mosquito bites.

Have herbal tea

Everyone loves coffee, especially in the morning but it isn’t quite healthy. If not all the cups you consume in one day, substitute at one cup with herbal tea. Herbal teas reduce cholesterol, infections, and improve sleep patterns. They contain antioxidants that reduce inflammation in the body.

These precautions can help you enjoy the changing weather and all the things that come with it.

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