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Healthy care to keep between Holi fun

Preparations have started for Beautiful festivals of colors ‘Holi’. In this environment of eco-friendly celebration, are you preparing for safe and healthy Holi? If so, that’s great! The joy of holi is doubled when you do not have any harmful chemicals related to health or concerns related to health. Yes, some health-related risks may also be associated with celebrating Holi. But with caution and rescue methods, you can enjoy this festival with a full heart. The Healthiest Senior Lifestyle Management Consultant Dr. Snehal Singh has given some health-related risks related to celebrating Holi and protective ways to avoid them.

First of all, the risks associated with health are allergic: Holi colors are often made from chemicals and some people may have an allergic reaction. Allergy can cause irritation of the skin, eyes, nose, and throat. Cold, cough and respiratory disorders may also occur in those sensitive people. Asthma and other complex problems can lead to serious problems.

Skin problems: Having skin problems from potentially harmful chemicals in Holi colors is a major health hazard. They may have itching, redness, dryness, scaling, feeling of irritation and bloating. Holi colors can also affect the hair. Many people have to deal with problems like hair fall, headache, scabies, baldness, hair loss and rustic after Holi.

Eye problems: Common problems found in people after Holi celebration are associated with eyes, including irritation, itching, excessive irritation in the eyes, high sensitivity towards a light, pain in the eyes or symptoms of redness.

Digestive problems: Due to the celebration of Holi, eating a dish with hands in color can lead to digestive problems. The color that can cause irritation in the mucous membrane, which can cause nausea, vomiting or stomach discomfort, as well as the possibility of infection.

Use of Chemical: Some chemicals used in Holi colors can increase the risk of health-related problems depending on your health. It has problems like paralysis, kidney failure, and skin cancer, so be careful.

Nowadays, eco-friendly colors are becoming very popular to avoid harmful effects, but there are no rules on this, so you need to be careful about many other labels. Beware of counterfeit organic or false claims products, there are some ways to identify safe colors.

Do not buy them if the smell of chemical or petrol comes from colors. If the color does not dissolve in water then they can be chemical, it will be better not buy them. Organic colors do not contain shiny particles and they are not available in dark shades. Therefore, buying silver, dark purple or black color may not be natural colors.

Follow this advice for safe holi and apply moisturizing lotion, olive (Olive) or coconut oil on the skin before playing with colors in Holi. It also keeps your skin safe and later it becomes easier to release the color. You can also use a waterproof sunscreen lotion. If you wear contact lenses, then remove Holly before playing Holi.

Holi colors can worsen the skin of your hair and head, so before playing the colors you can put oil in the head and hair or keep them safe by wearing a cap. Use only the colors made of organic (organic) way, the best colors made from natural materials.

After celebrating Holi, clean it with ordinary water and soap. Avoid using hard soap, detergent or other chemicals, it can also damage the skin. Use the lemon juice mixed with honey to get the brightness of face again or make a natural face pack of gram flour, turmeric, and curd. If the color is gone in the eyes, then wash them with cold water. Egg yolk or yogurt can be washed on the head to regain the bright, healthy hair again.