Better Balanced than Sorry: Rainy Season Health Tips

Published: 11:34 AM, July 26, 2021

More than just the bad weather, the wet season also comes with many threats on the health of your kids. The good thing is there are things that could help prevent your children from getting sick. And when you find the right balance in doing all these things, your kids stay safe and healthy during the rainy days.

Maintain good hygiene in the household

Keeping your house clean during the monsoon season prevents many potential health risks caused by insects, gutter leaks, and murky water. By doing this, it’ll help your kids avoid bacteria and viruses that are prevalent in this season.

Add more food rich in protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and antioxidants to their diet
We all know that a balanced diet plays a key role in maintaining the immune system but during this season, it’s better to increase the intake of protein and omega-3 fatty acids to your children’s diet to further enhance their immune response. On the other hand, consuming more antioxidants would be essential in helping your kids fight bacteria and viruses.

Do light exercises
The cold weather is likely to make your children more sedentary and reduced movements increase the chances of weakening our immune system. So better make sure to do sufficient exercises inside home to maintain good health and strength.

Balance their immune system with the help of immunomodulators
Having a balanced immune system is important in fighting off viruses. With proper diet and exercise, taking immunomodulators help in maintaining the balance in the immune system.

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