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Delhiites tormented by severe winter

The lives of the people of Delhi, India, are in turmoil due to the severe cold. Traffic is being disrupted due to dense fog. Extreme cold and fog are disrupting normal life. Low-income people have suffered the most.

Whether it is morning or afternoon, it is almost impossible to get out of the road without turning on the headlights. As far as the eye can see, there is only fog. Due to the dense fog, tall buildings are almost invisible.

Suddenly, a severe winter has set in in New Delhi. While this time of year is enjoyable for the rich, it is a death knell for low-income working people. Those whose family lives on a daily basis are most affected by the cold.
The locals said that our hands were frozen due to cold. We can’t work. I am facing many obstacles while driving. But what can we do? We have to earn for food. Our hands are shaking because of the heavy fog and cold. Today it is colder than yesterday.

Snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh has had a direct impact on several areas, including Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana and Delhi. Last Tuesday, Rajasthan recorded a low of minus 2.5 degrees Celsius. The capital of India, New Delhi, recorded a record 3.1 degrees Celsius. The meteorological department had issued a yellow alert in Delhi a few days back due to low temperature.

The risk of brain stroke increases in winter. The tendency to stroke is more noticeable, especially when taking a bath in the bathroom. What do you do to avoid this problem?

Although the winter is not so cold in the capital, it is now quite cold in the rural areas. Although winter is more comfortable than summer, some additional diseases are seen at this time of the year. Going to take a bath in the risk of sudden death?

Experts say that taking a bath with cold water in winter has a risk of stroke. When cold water falls on the head at this time, it releases the hormone adrenaline, which rapidly regulates the temperature of the brain. Due to this, the blood pressure suddenly rises. Which increases the incidence of brain stroke.

In addition, obesity, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, cholesterol, etc. can also cause stroke problems. Typically, 80 percent of strokes involve clots, and 20 percent cause bleeding. Both conditions are urgent, so the patient should be taken to the doctor without delay.

According to the doctors’ advice, the patient should be taken to the hospital within three hours of the stroke. If he is late, his life may be gone. So you have to take treatment as per the instructions of the specialist.

It is better not to use cold water for bathing in winter. However, the habit of bathing in extra hot water is harmful for the body. Therefore, experts advise to take a bath with warm water at this time. They say that instead of pouring water directly on the head, water should be poured on the feet first. Then after pouring water on the body through the knees, water should be poured on the head. This will allow the body to adapt to the water temperature and reduce the risk of stroke.

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