The Monsoon Health Guide: Here’s How Drinking Water Can Rainproof Your Health
The Monsoon Health Guide: Here’s How Drinking Water Can Rainproof Your Health.
The pitter-patter instantly lights up the mood and makes us crave those deep fried pakodas and a cup of steaming adrak chai.
While the best-loved rainy season is deeply enjoyed, it also brings along the possibility of falling prey to a host of airborne diseases, viral and bacterial infections, seasonal allergies and mosquito-borne ailments.
Something as simple as your everyday drinking water can bring world of a difference.
Something as basic as plain drinking water and the way it is consumed can bring a lot of difference in the way our body functions.
Digestive issues are therefore pretty common around this time of the year and that is why fried foods should be consumed in moderation," noted Dr. Ashutosh Gautam.
So how exactly water can help our health this monsoon?
Bring out that silverware Drinking water stored in copper vessels or silverware has long been associated with good health.
Consuming lukewarm water after meals promotes digestion.
Water should always be consumed in sips, guzzling down half a bottle in just one go and then going without water for hours is not going to benefit your health.