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Keep Summer Illnesses at bay

Summer’s here and with the temperatures soaring, it’s not only the unbearable temperatures that can harm you but the hot weather brings with it a host of diseases.

Though summer is a time for fun, you may find yourself feeling lethargic, eating less and napping more. As temperatures get warmer, a host of pathogens come out of hiding, threatening your digestive system. Some of the common digestive disorders experienced during the hot weather are dehydration, diarrhea, stroke, indigestion and food poisoning. Not just this, according to the gastroenterology specialist of the Park hospital in Delhi, hot months tend to aggravate gastrointestinal problems such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and infectious gastroenteritis.

Hence, a few changes in the diet and lifestyle become a mandate during the summer season.  Doctors from Park hospital, which owns some of the best gastroenterologists in Gurgaon, assert the importance of an appropriate diet during summer to avoid bloating and the subsequent trailing of physical dullness. Following are a few significant yet simple ways to keep the digestive system healthy all summer long:

Eat less : You must eat enough to appease the hunger and not until you are bloating or burping. Heavy meals during summer can drive you towards myriad digestive conditions. Because the stomach becomes a little sensitive during this time, it is best advised to eat smaller meals at short intervals. It facilitates easy digestion making the body feel lighter and more energetic. However, eating less doesn’t imply skipping meals. Don’t cut down your diet, only eat less at a time.

Eat lighter meals: Dig in the food which is easy to digest. Green vegetables and fresh fruits such as tomatoes, watermelon, cucumber, papaya, pears, sweet potatoes, and watermelon make for a scrumptious as well as a fiber-laden meal. Such food keeps you hydrated for a longer time. You can also savor dry fruits but only after soaking them overnight making them more digestible.

More and more liquids: The increased temperature leads to profuse and constant sweating. Subsequently, the body loses a substantial amount of water. Such a situation makes it crucial to drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration. Drink lots of fresh water, juices, and other fluids during summer as it not only keeps you hydrated but facilitates the digestion process also.

Say NO to spicy food: Spicy, oily and too much of fried food is a strict NO during summer. Such food takes longer to digest and also causes stomach inflammation. Park hospital’s stomach doctors in Panipat, affirm that stomach inflammation is the most common digestive problem experienced during summer. Indulge in food such as beans and carrot for they drive away the stomach heat making it stronger subsequently.

Organic food and herbs: Fennel, fenugreek, coriander, basil, cardamom, parsley and cumin and best allies during summer. They improve digestion and also act as a safeguard against any further digestive trouble.

Park Hospital, being one of the best gastroenterology hospitals in Faridabad, owns an entire department dedicated to this branch of medicine. Renowned for extending advanced gastroenterology treatment in India, specialists at Park Hospital are highly qualified and experienced; they possess expertise in treating diseases such as diarrhea, all kinds of abdominal pain, and constipation. All the stomach vies experienced during summer can be skillfully treated here.  Expert gastroenterology doctors in Karnal and Panipat, where such issues are more dense, advice to follow the above-mentioned tips rigorously in order to enjoy this season to the fullest.

Building on the tenets of affordability in healthcare

November, New Delhi:  Taking forward the affordable and accessible healthcare for all tenet of our Honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Dr. Ankit Gupta, Managing Director of the Park Group of Hospitals has been recently honoured as ‘Future Leader of Healthcare in India’ at a high-level award function organized during the ‘Ahimsa Diwas Samaroh’ in the national capital.

Shri M Venkaiah Naidu, Vice President of India, who was also the chief guest at the event, presented the award to the visionary leader Dr. Ankit Gupta. Other notable guests present at the award ceremony included, Dr. Ajit Gupta, Chairman, Park Group of Hospitals;Mr. Rajat Sharma, owner India TV and Mrs. Kiran Chopra of Times Group.

Expressing his excitement on receiving the prestigious award, Dr. Ankit Gupta, Managing Director, Park Group of Hospitals said, “Park Group of Hospitals has been successful in providing affordable healthcare assistance to every citizen. We have also created a platform of affordable cancer treatment . Over the last few years, Park Group of Hospitals has experienced remarkable growth and emerged as the fastest growing chain of super speciality affordable hospitals in Delhi-NCR and Haryana. We have aimed at setting a revolution in the healthcare industry by achieving a balance in the number of businesses and quality deliverance of treatment to the masses. I sincerely hope to carry the legacy forward in the years to come, and rapidly expand the presence of Park Hospitals in other parts of India.”

Dr. Ankit Gupta, Managing Director Park Group of Hospitals further added that “we at Park Group of Hospitals will always take more and more of such initiatives to address and eradicate the issues related to escalating treatment costs creating a comfort zone for all”.

About Park Group of Hospitals

Inspired by the noble vision to deliver highest quality personalised healthcare at affordable rates, Park Group of Hospitals is 35 year old healthcare provider established by Dr. Ajit Gupta. The first hospital was established in Malviya Nagar South Delhi in 1982 under the adept guidance of Dr. Ajit Gupta and with his rich experience, the Group has evolved as one of the fastest growing chain of Super Speciality affordable hospitals in Delhi NCR & Haryana. Park Group is committed to deliver comprehensive and advanced tertiary healthcare through its network of 8 hospitals spread across Delhi NCR & Haryana with approximately 1500 beds.