Best things you can do during Monsoon
While monsoons bring with them a certain amount of natural beauty, charm, and solitude, they can also be a little difficult to deal with. We have put together a complete checklist of how you can be rain-ready this monsoon, whether you are indoors or outdoors.
While monsoons bring with them a certain amount of natural beauty, charm, and solitude, they can also be a little difficult to deal with. We have put together a complete checklist of how you can be rain-ready this monsoon, whether you are indoors or outdoors. We have also provided product recommendations so you can stay in shape and continue to live a hassle-free life during monsoons.
Basic Requirement during Monsoon Season
It is best we put down everything you might need in order to battle the rains this monsoon. So, if you haven’t already, it is a good time to buy yourself a Rain-jacket, Raincoat and Umbrella.
Prepare yourself for power cuts
Power cuts are so common here in India specially during monsoon, because of winds, floods, falling tree, short circuits. so it is very important that you have products like Flashlight, Solar-powered light or Torch specially during rainy seasons. Do not worry if you do not have do buy online HERE.
Keep Infections Away
Monsoon brings with it multiple air-borne infections that are transmitted by tiny pathogens (disease-causing viruses) through the air, resulting in the common flu, viral fever, cold, cough, and sore throat. They are mostly mild and can cause minor infections in adults. So It is best to keep your family doctor on speed dial in case of any medical emergencies. So you should have products like Mosquito Net, Mosquito Repellent cream. You can also stock up Immunity-Boosting Supplements to maintain your immune system.
Eat and drink healthy
The rainy season is the cause of several waterborne diseases such as diarrhea and typhoid. Therefore, you must always use filtered water or boiled water, so make sure you have a reliable Water Purifier installed at your home and in the office. Wash the fruits and vegetables and Only consume freshly prepared food. Avoid street food. Maintain a nutritional diet that includes cooked vegetables, fruits, herbal tea. Water can get contaminated very easily in this season, so alternatively you can consume water that has been boiled since it eliminates the risk of consuming unhealthy water.
Ensure that you don’t skip your daily showers and make sure that you clean your hands and feet regularly. Stock up on your Liquid hand-wash, Bath soaps, and Hand sanitizers.
You can spend time with your loved ones, and relax at home & listen to your favorite music.
Have a Happy Monsoon!!!!