Every season wants some change in our food and living. If we do not take care of this need to change according to the weather, then the chances of problems related to health are greatly increased. In such a situation, what are the things to be kept in mind for the summer season, what precautions should be taken?
Rising summer is a season of health. Carelessness can make even a little sick. In this season, it is important to remain conscious of both diet and vihara. It is time to gradually focus on light and digestible food by putting a stop to winter nutritious food, otherwise digestive power may be affected.
Some easy remedies can protect you from the weather.
Make a diet chart
As the outside temperature rises in the summer season, the gastrointestinal function of digesting food in the body weakens. The way our body easily consumes heavy, nutritious and nutritious food during the winter season is not possible in the summer season. In such a situation, it is necessary to make necessary changes in the way of eating with increasing temperature, so that health remains safe.
What should we eat
1, Food should be light and digestible. With increasing heat, it is advisable to eat thinly lighted or less ghee roti instead of puri, parantha. If you have been eating urad dal in winter, then in this season eat peeled moong dal instead.
2. Eat plenty of green vegetables and salads. Items like cucumber, cucumber, onion, tomato, and radish can be included in the salad.
3. Do not consume chopped fruits, especially watermelon, melon, rotten old fruits or juice made from them. Buy fresh fruits instead and use chopped fruits immediately. Do not keep chopped fruits in the fridge for too long.
4. Drink lots of water. Water is helpful in keeping the body cool. By drinking water, the body heat is released properly and it also hydrates the body. Minimum Drink 8-10 glasses of water daily. But avoid drinking water everywhere.
5. Drink plenty of fluids, so that there is no shortage of water in the body. Drinks like lemon juice, sugarcane juice, and mint juice are beneficial. Drink coconut water too.
6. Take sattu made from grains like gram, barley, etc. Due to this, heat does not increase in the stomach. It can be taken as either salty or sweet.
7. Add yogurt, and buttermilk to the meal. Mixing salt, and roasted cumin in buttermilk can be tasty. Sweet lassi of curd can also be taken. A glass of buttermilk digests the food easily after eating.
8. You can eat things like amla and vine jam, petha as a summer dessert.
What not to eat
1. Avoid eating chaat dumplings or other oil and spicy foods during this season. The boiled potatoes used in it may be rancid, which can make you sick with food poisoning or other forms. Foods containing chips, snacks, oil, and ghee have a thermal effect, which produces heat.
2. Vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower, jimikand, brinjal should be reduced.
3. Reduce the amount of oil, and ghee with increasing heat. Oily food increases body heat and affects the digestive system.
4. Always try to avoid pizza, burgers, chaats, tikkis etc.
5. Tea, and coffee produce body heat and can lead to dehydration problems.
Take these precautions
1. Drinking too cold can be harmful.
2. Keep things like Pudin Green, Glucose, and Electrol at home.
Take care young
1. Do exercise, but reduce its quantity compared to winter. Do Pranayam.
2. Take control of catering. Avoid fast food, junk food cold drinks etc.
3.. Avoid late-night parties. Keep dinner light and spicy.
Avoid these diseases
The risk of diarrhea due to diarrhea or indigestion increases with increasing heat. The main reason for this is food poisoning. Bacteria such as norovirus, rotavirus, and astrovirus are responsible for the heat. To avoid this, avoid eating more chili spices, junk food, or stale. If you eat outside food, take care of cleanliness.
The problem of mental changes can also come with increasing heat. Some people feel unnecessarily over-tired and irritable by nature in this season. At times, lethargy surrounds and the person is filled with despair. In such a situation, practice Pranayama and meditation to maintain mental and physical activity.
In areas where heat rises quickly, there is a need to be careful with the heat. Get out of the house after drinking water or shikanji etc. Keep a water bottle with you.
The effect of heat also affects our cardiovascular endocrine system and nervous system. In such a situation, inadvertence can easily make you sick. Kidney, liver, heart, diabetes, etc. patients need to be especially careful.
Infection of cold-cold-cough-fever occurs easily in this season. There is also a need to be careful with viral fever, malaria, chikungunya, measles, etc. Special care should be taken for cleanliness.