Holi flags off the summer season in India, this marks the first transition of weather from winter to summer. India has four seasons and transition from one season to another is constant. The predominant seasons in India are: Summer, Monsoon, Winter and Spring. Every season has its pros-cons and its own set of ailments. As the seasons change, our tendency to fall ill also goes up. The most common diseases during weather changes are, common cold, flu, runny nose, sore throat etc. To avoid falling ill we must take precautions and make sure we create a lifestyle that makes us stronger to face any weather without falling ill.
Some common precautions that we can take throughout the year are:
For a disease free body leading a healthy life is always the way out. Caution can help you to a certain extent but some diseases even seasonal can be excruciating and require hospitalization, during such scenarios it is best to be insured. And a good health insurance plan, always helps you out with the sudden medical expense so that you are not burdened by both illness and hospital expenses.