Have a Safe, Happy and Healthy Diwali.

Diwali, a Festival, where most of the Family Members regroup at their hometown to Celebrate the festival with Crackers and Sweets. Everyone wants to have a Happy Memorable Diwali moments, but not injuries and illness. Here are few Considerations to keep in mind during the Festival.

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People to Keep distance from Noise:

  1. Pregnant Women
  2. Infants below one-year, due to their delicate ear structure
  3. Senior Citizens
  4. People with hypertension

 

People to Keep distance from Smoke:

  1. Asthama people allergic to fumes.
  2. Elderly people with lung ailments

These people should keep their medication in hand.

Sweets: Those suffering from Diabetes, Hypertension and Obesity, please try to avoid sweets and high calorie foods.

 

Eye Injury:

  1. Do not rub your eyes.
  2. Use the corner of a soft clean cloth to draw particles out or hold the eyelids open and flush the eyes continuously with Water.
  3. If a particle is large and stuck in the eye, do not try to remove it.
  4. Keep eyes closed and seek an Eye Doctor immediately.
  5. If there is any Chemical that has entered the eyes, immediately irrigate the eyes with Water for 30 Minutes.

 

Burns: Follow these precautionary measures.

  1. Lay the casualty down, protecting the burned area from contact with the ground, if possible.
  2. Douse the burn with copious amount of water.
  3. Do Not overcool the casualty by applying ice of cold water; this may dangerously lower the body temperature and cause shivering.
  4. Do Not remove anything sticking to the Burn.
  5. Do Not touch or interfere with the injured area.
  6. Do Not apply lotions, ointment or cream to the injury.

 

Finally, Be very careful while burning crackers and pay extra attention to have a Safe, Happy and Healthy Diwali.

News Reporter