Bacterial infections and dust mites caused by bacteria can cause fungal infections and seasonal allergies. Apart from this, seasonal allergies can also occur due to many pollutants present in the air. The virus grows rapidly in cold temperatures due to which there is more viral infection during monsoon.
Monsoon and ENT problemsAllergic rhinitis and sinusitis are the most common diseases related to ENT or ear, eye and throat during monsoon. These conditions include runny nose, mouth sores, headaches and sometimes fever. Apart from this, fungal infections in ear and nose are also very much during this season.
How to avoid ENT problems in monsoon
Bacterial infections, mildew, etc. are present in the surrounding environment and can be reduced in the following ways:
Taking care of cleanliness Cleaning the
dusty areas frequently
Keep the house clean
All clothes, carpets and toys To clean with vacuum
. Regular cleaning of wings and air conditioner filters.
Keep shoes and wet items out of the house or near the window.
Avoid wearing wet clothes.
Dry clothes with a dryer.
Do not let mildew etc. flourish on the wet walls and places of the house.
Stay away from people who have a cold or sore throat.
Stay away from cigarette smoke, air freshener, spray, and other irritants.
Keep ears dry, especially after bathing. Infection with ear mold and bacteria can occur.
Correct treatment of infection
Patients with diabetes or chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and children and transplants get the infection easily. If you have sinusitis, ear discharge, sore throat, cure it with medicine as soon as possible.
Do not use ear buds in monsoon as it can cause bacteria and fungus in the ears.
Do not put oil or other organic liquid in the ear as they can cause infection.
Eat food only after washing hands thoroughly with a good antibacterial soap.
Swimming should be avoided during the monsoon. Do dry your ears after swimming.
Increase immunity by diet and exercise.
Drink plenty of water and fluids such as tea, coffee, or soup. This reduces the risk of infection. Eat fresh vegetables and fruits after washing them thoroughly. Yogurt, oats and barley, garlic, tea, chicken soup, sweet potato, cloves, ginger, black pepper, capsicum, broccoli, spinach, almonds, turmeric and green tea increase immunity. A 15-minute brisk walk or aerobics also increases immunity. If possible, get some sunlight too. Get enough sleep and keep stress under control with yoga and meditation.