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Things mothers need to protect their child from this monsoon

There’s finally some much-needed respite from the heat! However, with changes in weather, children are the most vulnerable and tend to fall prey to monsoon illnesses. Here are a few simple pointers that can help you, as a parent, protect your child this rainy season.

Dress according to the weather

Be prepared to tackle any sudden onslaught of rain when you step out of the house. A raincoat or an umbrella, and a pair of shoes that will keep those little feet dry are a must. Wet clothing and footwear is a breeding ground for bacteria.

Pay close attention to your surroundings

While muddy puddles are fun to jump, and float paper boats in, they come with a laundry list of health hazards. Keep your child safe by ensuring they don’t wade through dirty stagnant water, and if they do come in contact with it, immediately sanitise or take a bath.

Pay close attention to your surroundings

While muddy puddles are fun to jump, and float paper boats in, they come with a laundry list of health hazards. Keep your child safe by ensuring they don’t wade through dirty stagnant water, and if they do come in contact with it, immediately sanitise or take a bath.

Do not compromise on kitchen hygiene

With the intense water logging, cockroaches tend to enter homes and wreak havoc. Cockroaches hide in your kitchen in monsoon, they dwell and multiply. They crawl on food & utensils, contaminate them with germs and bacteria, spreading food poisoning at home. What your kitchen needs is some deep cleaning action – protect it from unwanted visitors with LAL HIT. With its unique deep-reach nozzle, get rid of even the tiniest of hidden roaches and prevent food poisoning.

Maintain a balanced diet

A solid, wholesome diet can keep your child healthy, so be sure to prepare fresh, home cooked food. Wash vegetables meticulously, especially salad greens. Avoid eating out, especially at unknown roadside eateries in this season.

Spray away your woes

As a parent, keep your child healthy this rainy season. Without having to worry about hidden pests and the dangers they pose, have a safe, stress-free and splendid monsoon!

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