7 Easy tips to stay healthy during Diwali

Diwali is a festival later and chaos first. Starts with a literal yelling from the mother and an overhaul session in the house but ends peacefully with a box full of sweets that you can delightfully munch on. Loved by people of every age, in case of negligence, a festival of lights can turn out to be a festival of mishaps in no time. Well, Healers at Home promises to be your savior each time, and so we have curated a list of few easy tips that you can use to stay healthy during Diwali:

  • Curb the calories:

It is almost impossible to resist the luscious Gulab Jamuns and soft Motichoor Ke Ladoos during Diwali. For people who are suffering from diabetes, you need not stop yourself from hogging these because pertinent yoga for diabetes will cut some slack for you!

  • Indulge in physical activity:

Yum in the tum preps make us yearn for Diwali every year. Everyone sweats out before Diwali to look at their best and then ends up binging on countless calories. Try to schedule your day in a way that you have a little time allotted for some kind of exercise. If the preps for Diwali have kept you extremely occupied, you can opt for Yoga at home to strike the right balance.

  • Ease post-festivity excitement:

The tedious cleaning process might bring some unwanted sprains, strains and aches. You will definitely have some time crunch during the merriment, but once it is over, you can turn to your mission which reads: Stay healthy with Physiotherapy! A session of physiotherapy will bring the current throbbing to a standstill and will inhibit it from worsening. Plus who minds the soothing stretching and massaging technique used in physiotherapy?

  • Elder-proof the residence:

If you have parents staying with you, festivals are the time they are most susceptible to an injury thus mandating unrivaled care for senior citizens. Always keeping your house de-cluttered, availing Attendant Care services to oblige to their needs in a timely manner are a few essential tips.

  • Yes to water no to crackers:

In the excitement of the juncture we often forget to take sufficient water for the day thus leading to dehydration. Whether you are at home or at a friend’s place keep a bottle of water handy to meet your daily limit of 2-4 liters.

Noise pollution, a trigger to Asthma patients and irreversible air pollution are few of the many reasons you should stay clear from crackers during Diwali.

  • Keep a tab on your sleep:

Late night fun and early morning family reunions can definitely take a toll on your sleep. Try to get at least at least 6-8 hours of sleep or be prepared to ruin the occasion with your crankiness.

  • Stay frizz free:

Whether you’re a guest or a host, it is always a good idea to wave goodbye to frizz. The lucrative drinks might quench your thirst for a while but the sugar content in it will just compel your body to add pounds. Swapping frizzy drinks for nimbu pani or coconut water can be a healthy substitute.

With little attention to these basics, Diwali will turn out to be much fruitful than every other year.

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