DtF KNIGHTS easy tips to fight Insomnia:

1. Eat light dinner, leaving a gap of at least 1.5hrs between meal and bed.
2. Sip warm milk at bedtime.
3. Keep mobile, laptop etc away from bedside.
4. Read book/ newspaper/ magazine before sleeping. Ideally read relaxing material. NO mobile/ laptop/ tv b4 sleeping.
5. Take a warm bath.
6. Confirm not taking any medication which interferes with sleep.
7. Avoid green tea at night.
8. Have a banana everyday.
9. Exercise Regularly

Banana a day


Banana treat:
πŸ‘‰Good for nerve & muscle function. Helps prevent muscle cramps after exercise.
πŸ‘‰Boosts the immune system.
πŸ‘‰Improves bone health.
πŸ‘‰Helps reduce BP and risk of heart diseases.
πŸ‘‰Easy to digest and being rich in carbs, refuels the body quickly post workout.

Keep soreness at bay by having a banana a day.

Benfits of Waterlemon

water-lemonWatermelon – an excellent post workout recovery fruit..
Being a rich source of antioxidant, carbs and fluid, it helps the body get rid of lactic acid that builds up during workout, thus keeping muscle soreness at bay,Β  simultaneouslyΒ  energises and hydrates it, thus enabling u to bounce back faster. Ideally, to be had within 2hrs of the workout.

Monsoon Tips by DTF Knight

DtF KNIGHTS monsoon tip:

πŸ‘‰ Rainy season isn’t the time to indulge in roadside eating, as water & raw vegetables/ fruits are prone to high levels of contamination.
πŸ‘‰ Avoid walking through rain water on road – can lead to numerous fungal diseases of the feet & heel.
πŸ‘‰ Take moderately hot food and drinks.
πŸ‘‰ Don’t go into A/C rooms with wet hair & clothes.
πŸ‘‰ Drink hot herbal teas, particularly those with antibacterial properties.
πŸ‘‰ Keep dampness out of the house as it promotes fungal growth….bad for asthama and other breathing disorders.
πŸ‘‰ Maintain personal hygiene and don’t touch ur eyes unnecessarily as this is the season for conjunctivitis etc.
πŸ‘‰ Last, but not the least, take all precautions against malaria & other mosquito borne diseases.

✌Cheers… and stay hydrated, eat healthy and keep exercising.