How to keep Ourself fit and healthy in monsoon season

When will the monsoon come? This question must be arising in everyone’s mind. But the rain has given sign and the season of rain and monsoon has already started. Who does not wait for rain, finally gives relief from rain heat. But with the relief from the heat, mosquitoes and many types of infections also increase in this season. In this season, due to waterlogging, many types of diseases are spread. This is the reason why you have to take special care of your meal during this season. One problem related to food is that in this season some things become self-contained in our habits. These are things that are not right for us from the point of view of health. In monsoon we become addicted to tea and dumplings, along with spicy food also becomes a part of our diet these days. But because of our body’s resistance to disease resistance decreases in this season, This increases the likelihood of getting bacterial in the body. So in this season we need to pay special attention to our diet.

Bacteria and micro-organisms grow easily due to the moisture present in the environment during monsoon season, due to these bacteria, our digestive power also affects. To combat bad bacteria, it is important to increase the amount of good bacterial body in the body. This is not surprising, as bacteria are not always bad. Group Flora, Microbyota and Gastrointestinal Microbios are those micro organisms that occur in our digestive system. Extra care of the body during monsoon plays an important role in keeping us healthy. Probiotic and prebiotic foods can help us with this extra care. Probiotics are essential for the nutrition of micro-organisms in our digestive system. Prebiotics are non-digestive carbohydrates that take extra care of our digestive system. Eating healthy food is the cheapest way to protect you from sickness. You can cook a hot soup to invigorate your body or eat Vitamin C-rich foods to boost your immune system to help repulse flu and infection. A delicious and healthy meal is what makes rainy days a little warmer.


Govind Shukla, Specializes in Pharmacology, Toxicology, Nutraceuticals & Herbal Drugs has published More than 100 research papers in National & International Journals. He is also a reviewer of International Journal of Pharmacology & pharmacotherapeutics, Chief editor of IJPNR Journal & Freelance Medical Writer for Different publication Groups including Lambert Academic Publishing Saarbrucken, Germany.