13 Tips for Keeping Kids Healthy During Monsoons

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Although monsoon may be a great time of the year, parents often have a tough time with kids. Here are some tips for kids to stay children healthy during monsoons.

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13 Tips for Keeping Kids Healthy During Monsoons Although monsoon may be a great time of the year parents often have a tough time with kids. Here are some tips for kids to stay children healthy during monsoons. Children wish to get wet within the rain especially during the first showers of monsoon. Monsoon may be a blessed time of the year when crops and plants receive water. The lakes and rivers fill and the availability of water in every country depends on the monsoons onset. Each year people plead for the rainfall so that theres some respite from the summertime heat. Monsoon plays a meaningful purpose in our life. Kids in India start institutions during the monsoon. Here are several ideas parents can save their children safe and healthy during the season. Here are some tips to choose the right school for your kid: 1. Boil Water

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Waterborne infections are one of the most apparent reasons for bending sick during the monsoon. Regularly drink heated water or distilled and purified water. This will help yourself and your kids stay healthy. You can encourage drinking water once you drive. 2. Avoid Outside Food

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One never understands what quite a water is getting used while eating roadside cuisine or road food during the monsoon seasons. Hence it is more satisfying to avoid outside meals. Throughout the rainy season fruits and vegetables are usually dirty and muddy. Only eat at areas where you are sure the food is clean pure and hygienic. Give children with home-cooked tiffins whenever attainable. 3. Avoid Smelly Food Avoid non-veg and seafood through the rainy season. It is often a breeding stage for bacteria. Avoid giving leftovers and smelly food at the house. Provide kids with fresh water. Wash vegetables entirely before preparing. Freshly cooked food is the best way to live healthily. 4. Do Not Purchase Cut Vegetables and Fruits Avoid ordering readily accessible cut vegetables or fruits. They might lead to germs. Request youngsters to desist roadside food. Freshly cut vegetables and fruits are suitable for the rainy season. Dont provide kids raw food. Avoid mixtures of fruits and attach to poached steamed or cooked meals during the rainy season. 5. Avoid Leafy Vegetables

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Avoid leafy vegetables in monsoon as all can include worms dust and germs. Although fresh green vegetables need to be avoided you can store some other vegetables and fruits such as bitter gourd. Bitter melon is an excellent substitute as you will be avoiding seafood etc. Though children are not so keen on it you will try various ways to cook it to scale back the distress. 6. Ask kids To Be Away from Dirty Water. Jumping in putrid or dirty water can provoke diseases. Ask children to avoid playing in dark or murky water. Also dont allow stagnant water to stay near your house because it may be a breeding place for mosquitoes. Keep your children far away from the dirty monsoon water to avoid infections. 7. Prevent Children from Going out Barefoot

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Always make sure that children are consuming acceptable footwear before moving out of the home. Do not allow your children to go out shoeless. Soil contains different types of bacteria. Please do not let them walk around shoeless also in the parks or gardens throughout this period. Also read: Roles and Responsibilities of Students in School 8. Wash Hands and Legs

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Continually ask children to come home and wash their hands and legs still if they decline to do so. Convince them and explain to them the meaning of having to clean their hands and feet to live healthily. This habit is necessary for the rainy period nevertheless it is a proper manner as usual. 9. Carry Raincoat and Umbrella

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Ask your children to take an umbrella or raincoat whenever they walk out in the rainfall. Although children like to get wet in the rain they also hate it while they fall weak. Hence inform them that it is for their goodness if they wear a waterproof raincoat and always take an umbrella to shield themselves from the thunderstorms. 10. Keep the Children Warm and Dry Sometimes during heavy rains its impossible to avoid getting wet albeit children have protected themselves. Ask children to wash their hands and feet carefully and turn into clean dry garments quickly after reaching home if they have become moist. This will ensure that they do not fall unwell. 11. Maintain Personal Hygiene

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On the arrival of monsoon the primary thing you must do is taking much care of yourself. Many germs and bacteria are sneaking around us remaining to attack these of us with low immune. So putting yourself clean and fresh from the outside is a requirement. 12. Avoid Sick People

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There is no concern about how careful you live. You will regularly find a sick person through the period of rain. It is sufficient to avoid having a discussion or establishing contact with an infected person. This way you will stay healthy and avoid increasing the infection. 13. Dont Bite Your Nails Our hands nails can acquire bacteria in their nook and crevice. It is most suitable to keep your toenails and fingernails trimmed small using a nail cutter. Nevermore bite your pins Everyone needs to realize the significance of monsoon healthcare. If you understand the necessary cares monsoon can set out to be a pleasant time of the year. So make sure to relish your evening tea and stay fit stay well and remain clean this monsoon These are some of the simple precautions one can take during the monsoon. Children should visit the doctor just in case theyre not feeling alright. We need to take some extra care during the storm. Also read: 10 Tips for the first day of school

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