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Drink plenty of water to avoid spicy foods, tips to stay healthy and fit in summer

March marks the start of summer and the change of seasons necessitates a change in routine, a new diet and, of course, a new training program adapted to the weather. Hot weather increases your body’s vulnerability to various ailments, which is why specific health precautions should be followed to ensure you stay fit and healthy throughout the summer.

To stay fit and healthy this summer, follow these simple tips-

To drink a lot of water

Summer heat and sweat can dehydrate your body, leading to health issues like dizziness, fatigue, and headaches. It is essential to keep drinking water to stay hydrated.

Coconut water, lemonade, buttermilk, lassi and juice can all be consumed to hydrate your body.

Do not eat fatty and spicy foods:

In summer, it is essential to consume healthy, nutritious and simple homemade meals. Eating fatty and spicy foods can cause indigestion. Eat as many green vegetables and fruits as possible throughout this season. Take cantaloupe, watermelon, cucumber, cucumber, mango and other fruits and vegetables. Eat less fatty foods. Drink mango panna, sattu, bael syrup, buttermilk and lassi to avoid heatstroke and dehydration.

Exercise every day:

To avoid the heat, some people forgo exercising in the summer. It is not advised. One must continue to do yoga and meditation in the morning. Light exercises should be done to ensure that you don’t feel sluggish. Avoid walking, jogging or cycling in the hot sun.

Do not drink cold water after exposure to the sun:

Some people tend to drink cold water when they return home from sun exposure. This habit is the most common cause of sore throats, colds and flus. It is advisable to drink a glass of normal water first. You can then have an energy drink, juice, buttermilk or coconut water.

Change clothes:

Change your sweaty clothes when you come home from being exposed to the sun. Sweaty tissue allows bacteria to grow on the skin leading to skin problems such as prickly heat and rashes.

Disclaimer: The health tips shared in this article are based on common practices and general knowledge. Readers are advised to seek medical advice before following them home.)

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