The summer season is going on and in this season people start having many kinds of problems. This season brings with it many diseases and in this season, you also have to face many kinds of difficulties from cold and hot. This weather is not good in terms of health and during this time people have to take the most care of their health. During this time, many things have to be saved from eating to going to weight. While eating, one has to think about what to eat and what not to eat and while going out, one has to think whether to go or not or how to go that the incense is avoided. Now today we are going to tell you in our article what not to eat in the heat, how to avoid incense, how to avoid the heat, home remedies and much more that can come in handy for you.
What to eat in the summer?
Cereals: Whole grains and millets such as jowar, barley, rice, brown rice, ragi, millet, barnyard millet, kodo millet, buckwheat, and arrowroot flour are considered to be soft grains that can be included in your diet in summers for health. Has great benefits.
Pulses: Pulses like moong, masoor and lobia (or chaulai) are more suitable in summer than other pulses because they are all colder in nature.
Fruit: There are many such cold fruits that help to cool the body in summer. Yes and this list includes mangoes, watermelons, melons, berries, litchi, orange, guava, papaya and banana. All these fruits contain a good amount of water, fibre and antioxidants.
Dry fruits: Eating black currents and raisins on summer days is healthy as it is too cold for our system.
Vegetables: Vegetables especially bitter gourd, long gourd, round gourd (kumda), chichinda, dodka, parwal, kantola/kakoda), tinda, kundru and turai etc. are good in these days and have all the essential vitamins, minerals and medicinal properties. There are. Apart from this, eat cucumber, tomato, spinach, okra, pumpkin, capsicum and bell pepper, eggplant, lettuce and potato too.
Water – It is important to drink water continuously during the summer days. In addition, you can drink buttermilk. In summer, buttermilk is very good for keeping the body cool. G. It contains lacta acid, which is healthier than skim milk. It brings tightness to the body.
Corn- Corn i.e. bhutta contains vitamin C, magnesium, phosphorus and folate. Yes, and it also contains fibre, which is very good for digestion. In this way, you can also eat it.
Jackfruit- Jackfruit is found to be good in summer and it is helpful in reducing increased blood pressure. In such a situation, you can eat jackfruit in the heat.
Kiwi – Kiwi contains vitamins B1, B2, B3, vitamin C and vitamin K. It is great for the heart, teeth, kidneys and brain. At the same time, it is also very good for the bones. In this way, you can eat it in the summer.
Mangoes – Mangoes are very much available in the summer. Yes, but it contains a lot of vitamin C and iron. It is also very good for pregnant women.
Watermelon – Watermelon is also very good in summer and this is what makes up for the lack of water in the body in summer. Its consumption in the summer season is beneficial for the body.
Curd- Yogurt has low protein content and low in fat. At the same time, yogurt is also very helpful in weight loss. Apart from this, it also makes the digestive system very strong.
Tomatoes – Tomatoes in the heat can also give you benefits. In fact, they are rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. They also contain beneficial phytochemicals such as lycopene, which help to cure chronic diseases such as cancer.
Oranges- In summer you can eat oranges because it contains a lot of potassium which is considered necessary in the summer season. At the same time, in the summer, potassium is flushed out through sweat, which increases the chances of muscle cramps. Yes, and eating oranges in this season keeps the necessary amount of potassium in the body.
Green Tea – Green tea during the summer days works to keep you hydrated. Yes, many studies conducted so far have found that green tea fights cancer, reduces the risk of heart disease and in addition reduces cholesterol and cures metabolism.
Coconut water – Coconut water is one of the important healthy foods to meet the water shortage due to sweating on summer days. Yes and it is a natural beverage that is full of simple sugar, electrolytes and minerals.
What not to eat –
Outside food and junk food – Eating them on summer days can be a big problem. By the way, junk food remains a part of our diet and every other day we all have a habit of eating outside food, but this habit can spoil our health. Yes and to keep yourself healthy, one should avoid the consumption of junk food as it can cause indigestion in the summer. In fact, junk food contains a lot of oil, energy and sodium, which is harmful to our skin, weight and digestion. At the same time, it takes a lot of time to digest junk food. Due to this, consumption of junk food should be avoided during the summer.
Meats should not be consumed— poisoning from seafood is the most common in summer days. Because of this, the consumption of seafood should be avoided in summer days. Apart from this, avoid eating red meat as it has a lot of fat content and by eating it, the body temperature is seen to increase.
Avoid spicy food – Our digestive system has to function more to digest spicy food, along with this, some spices also act to increase the temperature in our body. Keep in mind that during the summer, eat light and fresh food as this can be the most beneficial for your health.
Tea and coffee – One should also avoid eating too hot on summer days and especially drinking tea and coffee. Both of them can be bad for health and both of them have a bad effect on health, so both of them should be avoided from drinking. Drinking these two in the heat can lead to indigestion, vomiting.
Sauce- One should also avoid eating sauce in summer days as it can cause great harm to health.
Do not drink too much cold water – Try to drink as much normal water as possible in the summer. Keep in mind that these days, do not keep water in the fridge, but drink the water from the pot or the knife. Apart from this, normal water should also be drunk to avoid heat in the heat. In fact, drinking cold water increases weight and also has a bad effect on health.
Due to heatwave – The rising temperature in the heat turns the winds into heat. Yes and in such a situation, if we go out in the sun without covering the body completely, then there is every possibility of heatstroke. Apart from this, walking barefoot in the bright sun, leaving the house without eating anything, drinking less water, leaving the ac place and immediately going into the sun, coming out of the sun and drinking cold water immediately and people who drink less water get a quick heat.
Symptoms of heatstroke- Symptoms of heatstroke include frequent dry mouth, high fever and feeling short of breath, vomiting and dizziness, loose motion, headache, feeling of pain in the body, loosening of hands and feet, feeling fainting and feeling tired.
How to survive the heat in the heat-
* An umbrella should be used while going out in the sun on summer days. Apart from this, the head should be covered and out in the sun.
* Get out of the house by drinking water or some cold sherbet. This list includes mango pana, shikanji, khas sherbet as it is very beneficial.
* As soon as you come from the sun and sweat more, do not drink cold water immediately as it can harm you.
* Drink water frequently on summer days, it will benefit you.
* Drink lemon and salt in water two-three times a day as doing so reduces the risk of heatstroke.
* Do not have an empty stomach while going out in the sun.
* Vegetable soup should be consumed on summer days as it does not cause heat.
* Wear light-coloured and cotton, linen clothes in the heat.
* Avoid consuming too much salt, pungent and sour foods. Also, avoid eating stale food and eat light food.
* Apart from this, you can take coriander and mint. In fact, to avoid the heat, one should make coriander and mint juice daily in summer and drink it.
* One should drink vine sherbet in summer as it avoids the heat.
* Before taking a bath, mix barley flour in water and make a paste and apply it to the body after some time take a bath with cold water as it reduces the effect of heat.
* In the summer season, jaggery should be eaten after eating as it also reduces the fear of heatstroke.
What to do if you have a loo (home remedies) – If you have a heat stroke, go to the doctor immediately and consult them. At the same time, if we talk about the home remedy, then when the fever is fast, the person should lie down in the open air and keep a bar of snow on the head. At the same time, salt, sugar and lemon should be mixed in the water of the earthen pot and drank. Ice water should be avoided during this time. During this time, sattu and crushed onions should be mixed together to make a paste and it should be applied to the body of the person suffering from the heat. Mango juice is considered to be more beneficial in getting heat. At the same time, instead of boiling the raw mango, roast it in the fire and when it is cold, remove its pulp, add cumin seeds, coriander, sugar, salt, black pepper and water to it and make a solution and drink it to the heater.
When the heat is induced, there is a lack of minerals and electrolytes in the body, the amount of essential minerals such as potassium and magnesium is greatly reduced. In view of this, apple vinegar should be consumed. You can also consume giloy. In fact, giloy also helps in increasing the immunity of the body. At the same time, according to Ayurveda, Giloy vata, pitta and kapha are considered sedatives. At the same time, it cures high fever in the heat well and quickly. In the heat and in the heat, there are blisters on the body. In such a situation, you can dissolve the besan in water and apply it to the ghumoris.
Yogasana in summer-
Pranayama- People should do pranayama on summer days as it is considered to be the easiest and by doing it, the body remains cool.
Sheetali Pranayama – To perform this asana, lightly attach the teeth. Take a deep long breath with your tongue behind the teeth. Breathe in from the mouth and release from the nose. Actually, it is such an asana that can be done at any time of the day. Make sure you do this at least 11 times. At the same time, if the lips are dry, do it five to six times in the beginning. It also keeps the brain cool as well as lowers the body temperature and keep in mind that those who have phlegm, do not do it.
Bhramari Pranayama – Bhramari Pranayama is better to keep the brain cool during summer days. For this, close the ears and eyes and pronounce the 'M' sound. Keep in mind that if you are old or suffering from cervical, then do it intermittently when the shoulder hurts.
Sarvangasana – The body temperature increases significantly during the summer days. In such a situation, by doing Sarvangasana, the blood flow goes to the brain. Keep in mind that cervical and high blood pressure patients do not do it at all. To do this, fold the blanket 4 times or lie on the back of the yoga mat. Now lift both legs upwards without bending their knees. During this time, the elbows rest on the ground and support the waist with both hands. After that, place both the legs straight upwards and make an angle of 90 degrees.
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