Taking Care in Winters

The winter season may seem exciting due to vacations, Christmas, and new year celebrations; however, it is also important to note that wellness in winter should be of utmost importance, especially when the winter is harsh, like extreme cold.

Winter can take a tremendous toll on our body as it brings dry skin, dry scalp, and chilling winds, making it easy for us to catch a cold, and for many people, winters can be depressing. It is also advisable to make slight changes in diet and eating habits during the winter, such as avoiding cold beverages and ice creams and consuming more hot drinks and foods.

Eating dry fruits, dates, and other things keeps us warm. It is also essential to do indoor physical activity if the temperature outside is not conducive; exercise increases blood circulation and raises our body temperature, which keeps our body warm and boosts our immune system.

Taking care of newborn babies requires much effort as they are susceptible to germs, bacteria, and allergies prevalent in the winter season. Further, kids going to kindergarten are more prone to allergies in the air as their immune system is still adapting; hence they are often seen with breathing issues or lung issues in a polluted city.

Well, winters can be cold and harsh for many people, but it is also the time of year to have some excellent and warm foods and drinks, to go out and enjoy the snow. However, staying healthy by taking precautions.

Following are a few quick tips to stay healthy during winter:

Warm Clothes

It is understood to wear warm clothes in the winter season. Wearing proper clothing, such as a jacket and sweater, and covering your head is essential as they protect us from catching a common cold, fever, and cough when out in the sky. Additionally, consuming more hot drinks and avoiding cold drinks will keep us warm during the season.

Take Care of Your Skin and Scalp

Dry skin and dry scalp are common in the winter season because the dryness is in the atmosphere, making your skin dry and harsh. Dermatologists advise us to apply moisturizer daily on our skin immediately after bathing and massage our hair with warm hair oil once a week to combat scalp dryness. Showering with hot water can make both the skin and hair dry. Therefore, it is essential to take precautions in winter to ensure skin feels healthy and glowing.

Home Remedies

It is common for people to catch a common cold, viral fever, and cough; hence, increasing the consumption of some herbs such as Tulsi, Honey, and Ginger may help you get stronger and fight common diseases and season-born allergies.

Get Vaccinated

It is essential to follow the vaccinations and get the correct dose before winter; this helps build immunity and reduce the chances of getting affected by 50%. Further, in case of health issues or the common cold, you must visit the doctor early as various allergies may affect you differently.

Stay Hydrated

Winter is a dry season, and with moisture all around, we are less likely to eat moisture-based food items and drink less water. Additionally, the consumption of hot beverages such as tea and coffee increases, leading to more dehydration; hence, it is essential to drink water and aim to drink at least 6-8 glasses a day.

Disclaimer: This blog has been written after performing in-depth secondary research related to the topic from various articles, blogs, and journals that have expertise in writing for healthcare; suppose you see any issues related to the common cold, fever, cough or have any doubt related to taking care in winters of you and your loved ones, we strictly advise you to seek medical consultation. 


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