Here are a few tried and tested tips in specific categories from my end for you:
Food and Water:
1. Drink boiled or filtered water
2. Keep vessels dry, bacteria tend to breed in wet places.
3. Wash vegetables and fruits before eating them.
4. Prefer eating outside in good quality places, may be where you can see the cooks and the kitchen.
1. Use footwear with good soles, not smooth ones. If the footwear is old, check the bottom, else use it after rains.
2. Select proper footwear which does not slip on tiles
3. Change into dry clothes in case you get wet. Else you may catch a cold, leading to 3-5 days of sneezing and nose block and you may even catch fever.
4. Dry raincoat/ windcheater if they get wet. If you leave them in vehicle dicky or bag, the rainwear will stink later.
5. If you get wet by chance, then wash your feet carefully with dettol/ savalon to keep yourself germ free. I have seen people getting infection in between toes during the rains.
6. Keep a pair of clothes and napkin at workplace. you can change if you get wet.
7. Avoid scratching if you get a mosquito bite. Keep a mosquito repellant handy.
1. Drive slow. Specially if you are driving a two wheeler behind a four wheeler. You may miss a pothole.
1. Avoid collected water in open in the house, like in flower pots, buckets, etc.. Stale water is breeding ground for mosquitoes
2. While on a trip- holiday or work, carry a mosquito repellant with you. I have found Odomos to be very effective.
3. Keep a netted mat at the entrance of the house, so that dust, mud and sand is not littered in the house.
4.Avoid keeping wet or even slightly wet clothes in the cupboard. It is possible that you may get fungus growing in them.
5. If the place where you stay is very humid, clothes lying the cupboard may catch fungus. Check them out at least once a month, and iron them. The probability of catching fungus will be minimised.
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