Know awesome ways to beat the chilling cold of New Delhi
Delhi Temperature: Delhi continues to shiver as the temperature in the national capital dipped to the lowest of the season. As per the Indian Meteorological Department, the temperature plummeted to 2.4 degrees Celsius on Saturday. The Delhi is all set to witness the coldest New Year’s Eve as heavy downpour is expected in the city as per the Met department.
Mercury dipped to its lowest at 2.4 degrees Celsius in Safdarjung Observatory- whose figures are taken as the official reading for New Delhi. The lowest temperature was observed at the Lodhi Road observatory at 1.7 degrees Celsius; Aya Nagar witnessed 1.9 degrees Celsius.
Dense fog affected the visibility in parts of Delhi, disrupting road, rail, and air traffic. Delhi has been under cold-spell since December 14 impacting the normal life. It is predicted that the cold spell is likely to ease in the next month.
Solan, Manali, Kufri, Kalpa, Sundernagar shivered below sub-zero temperatures in Himachal Pradesh on Friday and Keylong recorded the lowest temperature in the state, reaching minus 15 degrees Celsius.
Rain and hailstorm are predicted for several parts of north India, including Delhi, next week.
How to beat the chilling winter?
Wear a bundle of clothes
Wear lots of clothes and don’t let any of your body part naked when you are outside your home, especially if you ride a bike. Yes, you know this, but there are few people who don’t wear winter apparel like cap, muffler, warmer, socks because they think that, it would look less-stylish. Trust me! Wearing winter clothes won’t make you look less smart.
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Try to include those kinds of food in your diet which can keep you warm in the winter. Try eating eggs, ginger, sweet potatoes, dry fruits to keep the body temperature of your body in control. Have hot beverages.
Get out in the Sun
Don’t forget to go out in the sun whenever you get time. Rooftop or Tea corner on the streets could be very useful to get that needful Vitamin D.
The simplest way of beating the winter is to force yourself to stay active, even when it’s dark and cold. Exercising in the morning can increase crucial neurotransmitters, such as norepinephrine and dopamine.
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