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Easy Tips To Cope Up With Delhi's Smog

With air becoming toxic and affecting our lungs, heart, skin and eyes, we need to take some precautionary measures. Here are a few tips that can help you to take care of yourself and your loved ones during the deadly Delhi smog

#1. Restrict Your Outdoor Activity: Air outside is full of pollutants and deadly particles which can cause more harm than doing any good to your health. Therefore, it's recommended to stay indoors as much as you can, especially people suffering from respiratory or cardiac diseases, children and elderly adults. If experts are to be believed even N95 masks and humidifiers are not as effective to combat this deadly toxic air, hence outdoor activity should be avoided as much as possible. So, be it your early morning walks and jogs, late evening outings or you children playing out in parks should not be encouraged at all.

#2 Wear N95 Mask And Sunglasses While Stepping Out: Definitely, we can't totally restrict our outdoor activities. So, make sure while stepping out you wear N95 mask and a UV protected glasses to protect your eyes. Ensure your eyes, nose, mouth, and ears are covered. While it is not a foolproof method, it certainly limits the amount of toxins we inhale.

#3 Keep Yourself Hydrated: Drink plenty of water as it will help to eliminate harmful toxins out of your body. Otherwise too drinking water is an effective and healthy way to flush out body's toxicity. 

#4 Reduce Indoor Air Pollution With Plants Like Money Plant, Mother-in-Law Tongue, Areca Palm, Etc., To Enhance Oxygen In Your Rooms: There are many toxic chemicals prevalent inside your home too and the easiest way to purify air is by keeping these plants indoors. This is the safest and cheapest way to breath in fresh and clean air. 

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