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November 3, 2019

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1)Switch to homemade mithai
Sweets essential part of any festival like as Diwali. And you can eat them all you want, but take out time to cook sweets at home.You can have homemade mithai without worrying about weight gain as the amount of sugar, nuts, seeds and all other ingredients and their quantity are in your control. Eat them practicing portion control and enjoy them without fearing weight gain.
 

2)Do not skip exercising.
Lot more people consider festivals and holidays as a good-enough excuse to skip exercising.So we suggest Take out half an hour or at least 15 minutes every day to exercise. HIIT and Tabata are two popular short-duration workouts that can be finished within 10-15 minutes. If you doing exercising during Diwali festivities,its well and there’s no worried about weight gain and health issues.
 

3)Keep yourself hydrated.
You should drink a glass of water. Alcohol causes dehydration-which is the root cause of fatigue, nausea, indigestion, hangovers and other health issues that come handy with binge drinking or excessive intake of alcohol. Avoid mixing drinks and drink sufficient water to keep yourself hydrated. And if you can avoid alcohol, then it’s the best thing to be on point with your health this Diwali.
 

4)Sleep well.
Alcohol drinking and late-night parties can surely take a toll on your sleep cycle. Alcohol disrupts sleep and can make you wake up in the middle of the night. If Diwali parties are unavoidable, try to make room for an afternoon nap. Those can definitely help you make up for the sleep debt. Trying to get sufficient sleep is an effective way to prevent fatigue, tiredness, mood swings and even weight gain this Diwali.
 

5)Practice intermittent fasting.
Intermittent fasting is one practice that can empower you to stay fit and healthy during the festive season. Try to have dinner before you leave for Diwali party or a late-night gathering. Avoid unnecessary munching on snacks later on. If need be, then try to have only homemade preparations during a late-nighter.
 

6)Get the nutrients you need.
You should make the effort of having at least 2 healthy, home-cooked meals in a day, no matter what the occasion.It is important to nourish yourself with sabzi, dal, rice, roti and other humble foods that provide you with the fibre, protein, carbs and fat you need. Do not forget to add ghee in your foods. The quantity of ghee should be enough to enhance the taste of the food and not kill it.
 

7)Do not burst crackers.
Light diyas everywhere, but do not burst crackers. The festival of lights is best celebrated with friends, family and lights. Refraining from bursting crackers is the step you can take individually to reduce air pollution. Air pollution brings with itself congestion, cough, asthma, bronchitis and numerous other respiratory issues.

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