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.
People to Keep distance from Noise:
- Pregnant Women
- Infants below one-year, due to their delicate ear structure
- Senior Citizens
- People with hypertension
People to Keep distance from Smoke:
- Asthama people allergic to fumes.
- 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.
- Do not rub your eyes.
- Use the corner of a soft clean cloth to draw particles out or hold the eyelids open and flush the eyes continuously with Water.
- If a particle is large and stuck in the eye, do not try to remove it.
- Keep eyes closed and seek an Eye Doctor immediately.
- If there is any Chemical that has entered the eyes, immediately irrigate the eyes with Water for 30 Minutes.
Burns: Follow these precautionary measures.
- Lay the casualty down, protecting the burned area from contact with the ground, if possible.
- Douse the burn with copious amount of water.
- Do Not overcool the casualty by applying ice of cold water; this may dangerously lower the body temperature and cause shivering.
- Do Not remove anything sticking to the Burn.
- Do Not touch or interfere with the injured area.
- 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.