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Eid Milad un-Nabi in Pakistan will be On December 12

Eid Milad un-Nabi in Pakistan will be On December 12


Sumera Saeed | November 26, 2016 | category: News

Eid Milad un-Nabi in Pakistan will be On December 12

The people of Pakistan will celebrate Eid Milad un-Nabi in the country on 12th December, 2016.  Eid Milad-un-Nabi is known as the Day of birth of Prophet Muhammad (SAW). The Sunni Muslims celebrate the birth of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on 12th Rabi-ul-Awwal while the Shia Muslims observe the day on 17th Rabi-ul-Awwal.

At the occasion of Eid Milad-un-Nabi there will be a public holiday in Pakistan. All government and semi government institutes, schools, offices will remain close.

Necessary Precautions and Foods to Combat Air Pollution

Necessary Precautions and Foods to Combat Air Pollution


Sumera Saeed | November 2, 2016 | category: Health and Beauty

Necessary Precautions and Foods to Combat Air Pollution. The pollution in air reached dangerous level and creating hazardous health issues. The atmosphere in Lahore and adjoining cities is polluted with the smog blanket and the smog is to stay for more days in the city, said Pakistan Meteorologist Department. The polluted air in Lahore is causing eye burning, heavy breathing and respiratory problems.

We would tell you some foods that are helpful in combating the air pollution. These foods contain the natural antioxidant and nutrients that can stimulate your body to deal with this present air pollution.

You need to take fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin C. The use of vitamin C is very much essential in this current atmosphere condition because it contains antioxidants that helps to remove toxins. The regular use of Vitamin C oriented foods is necessary for maintain the lungs function. The body also needs Vitamin E,  the Fat soluble vitamin. The use of Vitamin E rich foods helps to repair the damage human body tissues.

Vitamin C Rich Fruit and Vegetables:

Necessary Precautions and Foods to Combat Air Pollution

Oranges, Lemon, citrus fruit, guava, banana, grapes, berries, coriander leaves, parsley, cabbage and turnip.

Vitamin E Rich Foods:

Fish, Olive Oil, Sunflower oil, Canola Oil, Almonds and Nuts are the rich source of Vitamin E.

You need also to eat leafy green vegetables including the cabbage, parsley, coriander leaves, fenugreek, Onion, peas Lettuce, spinach and carrots to have Beta Carotene that converted into Vitamin A.  The use of Vitamin A is very essential for the body. It is an antioxidant that fights toxins.

Herbal Tea:

Necessary Precautions and Foods to Combat Air Pollution

Furthermore, if you feel throat irritation and flue due to pollution Ginger, black pepper, basil leaves (tulsi), nutmeg, mint tea for relaxation.

Necessary Precautions:

For avoiding the dense polluted air you need to take some precautionary measures, minimize going out for long and if possible wear masks to protect yourself and your children.

Use glasses when going out and wash eyes frequently to avoid burning.

The government does its bit to improve the air quality and calls for emergency closing down of schools, public places so people could come in contact of this danger as less as possible.

For further updates stay tuned with daytimes.pk

 

Smog In Lahore: Polluted Atmosphere of Lahore Causing Allergies

Smog In Lahore: Polluted Atmosphere of Lahore Causing Allergies


Sumera Saeed | November 2, 2016 | category: News

Smog In Lahore: Polluted Atmosphere of Lahore Causing Allergies

The residents of Lahore woke up to a cloudy blanket of smog today on 2nd November, 2016. The smog in Lahore has reduced the visibility for travellers and has prompted several complaints of respiratory and eye allergies.

As per the atmosphere of Lahore and Punjab in general… it’s not fog…. its SMOG…. very thick toxic blanket of pollutants which is a threatening health. Even now and at 15:10 pm the smog has got denser and people complain of feeling it inside their homes, burning eyes, and heavy breathing. Visibility on open areas and Motorway has decreased to 20-25 m. This condition creates serious breathing ailments and eye infections.

In countries elsewhere this climatic condition calls for emergency closing down of schools, public places so people could come in contact of this danger as less as possible.

As a request, please minimize going out for long and if possible wear masks to protect yourself and your children . Eye wash should be used frequently to clear eyes.

Necessary Precautions and Foods to Combat Air Pollution

The schools in general and government in particular should take a step with immediate effect to cope with the situation. They should measure the Air Quality Index and take adequate measures.

The capital of neighboring India, New Delhi, is also at a higher level of air pollution. The recently concluded festival of Diwali worsened the problem owing to a high volume of firecrackers, encouraging the local officials to proclaim some initiatives to control the threat.

The Pakistan Meteorological Department predicted that the “moderate levels” of smog to continue in Lahore and its adjoining areas for at least next five days.

Let’s all pray to Allah for his blessings in the form of rain.