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Health tips for your Indian Holidays

How to make your Indian Holiday hale and hearty
Blessed with a multifaceted history and immense cultural diversity, India has much to offer to travelers from every nook and corner of the world. In order to enjoy the diversity of India from the snow enveloped serenity of Kashmir to the legendary piety of KanyaKumari, you need to keep yourself in the best of health. Any traveler travelling to a different country might face some health problems due to change in climate which can easily be wave off through proper precautionary measures and the same holds true for India.
Tips for enjoying a chilled ambience
The winter period from mid November to late February is very popular among tourists for a visit to India. However, you may face certain health hazards during the winter months like chest complaints, especially those who suffer from asthma. The healthiest decision that you can take to face the winter is to dress to kill the chill. Dress sufficiently to avoid the cold and do not forget to carry weatherproof boots, scarf, hat and warm coat. You can also carry gloves, winter lotions and ski masks as complementary winter accessories. Eat healthy and drink a lot of water.

Take extra care if you are planning to visit hill stations or places with even higher altitudes. You may suffer from acute mountain sickness characterized by fatigue, anorexia, headache, vomiting and nausea. If these symptoms happen, take precautions like avoid sleeping at higher altitudes; pack your bag with medications like acetazolamide and other anti-inflammatory as well as anti-nauseating medicines.
Beat the heat
Given the tropical climate, India faces the peak summer from around April to October. Even though the monsoons begin by end or mid June, the hot and humid climatic conditions continue till November ushers in the winter. It is important for summer visitors to take precautionary measures to shun heat strokes and dehydration, especially when you are visiting places like Rajasthan which is away from the sea shore. Carry cotton clothes, light colored hat to avoid the sun rays. Consume lots of water, fresh lime juice and other fluids to prevent dehydration.
Other regular health tips to follow

There are certain safeguards which you need to follow irrespective of the weather. Please read through to find some good regular health tips:


Consume bottled water : If you drink sealed water, you can keep your health secure by avoiding the body incompatibility towards the regional variations in the composition of water.


Medicines : Almost all the required medicines are available in India. Still it is advisable to carry simple stuff like bug repellants, antiseptics, band-aids, rehydration salts and medicines for motions and insect bites.


Maintain personal sanitation : A must do for every travel, carry hand wash soap or liquid, do not keep long nails and dress small wounds without delay.


In case you get traveler’s diarrhea : A gentle bout of traveler’s diarrhea or Delhi Belly, as it is commonly known in India, can be cured easily by a couple of days rest and consuming lots of fluids (without alcohol) and rehydration salts.


Consume safe food : If you area freshet it is good to keep away from street food at first. Eat freshly prepared food and avoid too much spice or oil.


Stay away from mosquitoes : Every tropical country will have its share of mosquitoes which can be easily evaded through using mosquito repellants, bed nets and prescribed anti malarial drugs.


Suggested vaccinations : Go in for at least few of the recommended vaccinations like MMR (measles, mumps, rubella), DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus), polio, typhoid, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Rabies and Japanese Encephalitis.


The overwhelming diversity of India is something to treasure. Keep yourself healthy and get immersed in the splendor of the land of Taj Mahal.