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Tips For Maintaining A Healthy Lifestyle

At this extreme moment, we began working from home, away from campus, and maintain social distance. As we stay home and are stuck with the foods that have been in our fridge or pantry for a while, we are temporarily living a sedentary lifestyle with increased odds of physical inactivity, excessive eating and sitting, stress, anxiety, and depression. Many of us will gain some weight during the pandemic and may keep the extra weight permanently, which may carry considerable health risks for type 2 diabetes, hypertension, heart attack, stroke, and other health problems. Here, we would like to share some basic tips and resources to maintain your healthy lifestyle, body weight, and overall well-being.

  • Avoid harmful use of alcohol
  • Be active
  • Breastfeed babies from 0 to 2 years and beyond
  • Check your blood pressure regularly
  • Clean your hands properly
  • Consume less salt and sugar
  • Cover your mouth when coughing or Sneezing
  • Don't smoke
  • Drink only safe water
  • Eat a healthy diet
  • Follow traffic laws
  • Get tested
  • Get vaccinated
  • Have regular check-ups
  • Practice safe sex
  • Prepare your food correctly
  • Prevent mosquito bites
  • Reduce intake of harmful fats
  • Take antibiotics only as prescribed
  • Talk to someone you trust if you're feeling down

    These healthy eating tips are general and can help you maintain your sugar levels, blood pressure and cholesterol levels. They can also help you manage your weight and reduce the risk of diabetes, such as heart problems strokes, and other health conditions including certain types of cancers.

    Healthy Eating Tips

  • Choose healthy carbohydrates.
  • Choose healthy fats
  • Cut down on added sugar
  • Balance the intake of salt
  • Red and processed meat can be balanced.
  • Get your minerals and vitamins from the food you eat
  • Be smart in choosing your snacks
  • Don't bother with so-called diabetic foods
  • Avoid drinking alcohol
  • Eat more fruits and vegetables

Winters are here and while we're all looking forward to the feasting and snuggling, it is important to take care of health as well. Like any other season, winter also demands special dietary and lifestyle adjustments to prepare the body for the cold weather. Staying hydrated may not look like an important thing to do during winters, as we don't lose a lot of sweat during cold weather. But as in summers, drinking enough water and retaining it in the body is important during winters as well. Staying hydrated may seem like an easy enough thing to do during winters, but it may not be so for a number of reasons. For one, dehydration is much less noticeable during winters, than it is during summers as you don't notice how much sweat you've lost under all those layers of clothing.

  • Drink water and replenish fluids, especially after or during physical activity.
  • Don't rely on thirst to tell you when you need to drink water. Make a point to drink a certain amount of water each day.
  • Eat your fruits and vegetables! You can get water from the foods that you eat. Not only are fruits and vegetables good for you, but they also help you stay hydrated.
  • Avoid alcohol and caffeinated drinks that can cause dehydration.

What is Omicron COVID-19 Variant?

Omicron is a new mutant of the coronavirus (COVID-19) that was recently identified by South African scientists. This new variant is said to be behind the recent spike in COVID-19 infections in the region. According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) in India, Omicron is a highly divergent variant having a very unusual constellation of mutations making it more transmissible and thus may have serious public health implications.

What are the symptoms of Omicron variant infection?

Those infected with the Omicron variant may develop one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Throat pain or Scratchy throat
  • Extreme tiredness
  • Fever
  • Dry Cough
  • Skin rashes
  • Severe drop in oxygen saturation levels

    Precautions that can be taken to protect against Omicron?

    The best way to stop the spread of COVID-19 is to:

  • Maintain social distance (staying at least 1-meter from others)
  • Wear a well-fitting mask
  • Wash or sanitize hands and surfaces regularly
  • Avoid crowded places
  • Avoid poorly ventilated places (open windows to improve ventilation in shared spaces)
  • Practice respiratory hygiene (cough or sneeze into a bent elbow or tissue)
  • Get vaccinated (when it's your turn)

Healthy Tips for Summer

Here is the hottest season of the year. Are you ready for those amazing Shakes, chilled juices and mouth-watering Ice- creams? It’s the time to enjoy these tit-bits.

But we all know that Summer is the time when your body gets dehydrated easily and loses many essential minerals that lead to tiredness and exhaustion. Change of season is the call of change in routine. As the temperature is rising and we all are moving forward to longer lazier hot summer days, let’s keep ourselves healthy and fit.

Summer is the relief from the cold chilly days but the warm weather makes your body vulnerable. The Season of Summer may bring various health issues like dehydration, bacterial infection, heat Stroke, upset Stomach etc. The best way to stay healthy is to eat the right food and good amount of water along with exercise. Here in this article, I will help you with the healthy tips for summer to restore and replenish your skin and health to survive the sultry weather this year.

  • Stay Cool and Hydrated. Preferably drinks like coconut water
  • Take good care of your skin. Apply Sun Screen
  • Follow a healthy and proper diet. Eat smaller and lighter portions
  • Don’t skip your exercise
  • Eat seasonal fruits
  • Take care of your eyes. Wear Sunglasses
  • Protect yourself from cuts and injuries
  • Sleep well
  • Stay Safe with Water Resorts/Parks/Rides
  • Don’t Mix Alcohol and Sun