Diwali is one of the most celebrated festivals in the country, complete with firecrackers and bright lights this festival is commemorated on a monumental scale. Laxmi Pooja, Rangoli, decoration, sweets and the gathering of families are some of the hallmarks of this festival.Last year, there were over 200 people who were badly injured during Diwali celebrations. Thus, it is advisable that we observe some safety and security measures for a safe diwali and how to take care of our breathing mechanism,our lungs this Diwali:Avoid highly polluted areas
People who are allergic, have low immunity and those having respiratory diseases should avoid burning crackers as they are made up of highly toxic heavy metals that can trigger asthma, cause severe headaches, respiratory diseases and chronic coughKeep your immunity strong by eating healthy nutritious diet, good hydration and avoiding fatty foods
Avoid sudden temperature changes and physical stress as it may trigger off allergies.
Wear a face mask to stay protected from air pollution and dust
Avoid exercising outdoors right after Diwalias the pollutant content will be high in the air.
Nowadays both sweets and snacks are available in low-fat, low-sugar and baked versions one should prefer that instead of the traditional sweets.
Keep antiseptic and medical equipment’s handy in case of an emergency.
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