Diwali is just around the corner, and we all are being ready to celebrate it. The aroma of sweets is filled in the air and the markets all around are flooded with colourful lights, diyas, lanterns, and firecrackers. However, several people have to face complications such as burns, weight gain, etc. after or during the celebration. Here are some practical tips on how to stay healthy and happy this Diwali.
Keep a First Aid Kit Handy
The chances of having health issues are very high during Diwali as there are fireworks and crackers everywhere. Therefore, it is essential to have a First Aid Kit that includes eye drops, creams, antiseptic cream, and inhalers handy to save having any significant complications.
Take healthy and hygienic meals
You should stay away from ghee-laden desserts and sweets. Take only homemade sweets such as kheer and shrikhand. You can also take dry fruits such as almonds, raisins, dates, and cashews for a healthy diet.
Keep yourself hydrated
Keeping yourself hydrated is the most effective method to stay away from health issues during Diwali. You can get trapped in bad condition due to taking delicious food. We all know water doesn’t clean waste materials from our body. However, it helps you suppress your hunger, and hence, you escape from eating the food.
Be sure about the Fire Extinguisher
We all know about the number of accidents that take place while celebrating Diwali. Therefore, be sure about the availability of a fire extinguisher in the close area where you are bursting crackers. Don’t forget to keep sand and water handy for unexpected fires.
Think about others
Yes, no one indeed stops you from enjoying your favourite festival. However, it is your responsibility to think about others, especially the old and pets. You should burst the crackers that don’t make a lot of noise is your first step towards being sensitive. Keep in mind too much of noise pollution can be very harmful to everyone, mainly senior citizens and pets
Follow these simple and effective tips to celebrate Diwali with fun. Stay Young and Healthy wishes you a very happy, healthy and safe Diwali this year!