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Dr. Mohin

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Dr. Mohin is one of the best Ophthalmologists in Kothapet, Hyderabad. Doctor is currently practising at Meena Opticals in Kothapet, Hyderabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. Mohin on Lybrate.com.

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This Holi Let's Paint The Town Red While Keeping Yourself Safe

Diploma In Allergy & Clinical Immunology, MBBS, MD - Paediatrics, M.Med - Family Medicine
Allergist/Immunologist, Kochi
This Holi Let's Paint The Town Red While Keeping Yourself Safe

It's the month of Phagun again and time to prepare for the most colourful and vibrant festival of India - Holi. As the festive cheer spreads and people get ready to paint the town red with colours, dance to rocking beats at Holi bashes, and gorge on Gujiya and Thandaai, it’s good to remember that you need to play it safely and naturally. The biggest reason for this is the synthetic agents, which are used to make the colours of Holi. What used to be a festival played with flowers, natural dyes and herbs have now transformed into a celebration of colours made from chemicals that are harmful for our body.

Apart from the allergies to the skin, there is also the risk of increased blood pressure after the Holi festivities due to the high intake of bhaang, the official Holi drink. To avoid the harmful effects of such materials used during the festival, here are some must-follow health tips for you.

Tips to care for your skin

  1. Use organic colours: Skin is the most sensitive body part and synthetic colours are a big no-no for it, as they can lead to rashes and other skin allergies. Therefore, it is advisable that you opt for organic colours, considering they are not only chemical free but are made from natural ingredients. Organic colours are safe for children too, as they are softer on the skin and easy to wash off. It is crucial that you protect kids from synthetic colours as they contain lead oxide, mercury sulphide and aluminium bromide, chemicals which not only damage the skin but can also cause various health issues.
  2. Skin and sun protection: To avoid any kind of damage to the skin from colours, apply a good amount of Vaseline, any other petroleum jelly or mustard oil to your skin. You can also apply this to your child’s skin as it is completely safe for their sensitive skin. When playing outdoors, opt for a waterproof sunscreen to protect your skin against sun damage.
  3. Choose the right clothes: Wear long pants and full-sleeved shirts. This will help you stay safe from the harmful effects of colours. 

Tips to care for your hair

  1. Oil your hair: You can apply a generous amount of oil to your hair, this will not only moisturize your hair but also safeguard the scalp and hair from the chemicals in the colours.
  2. Cover your hair: Tie a ponytail and cover your hair with a shower cap to prevent your hair from dreadful damage. For a trendy look, you can also tie a bandana over your hair and safeguard them at the same time. 

Tips to care for your eyes

  1. Wear sunglasses: Synthetic or organic, colours can be harsh on your eyes. You can protect your eyes by wearing sunglasses as they will help in preventing your eyes against any sort of damage. If your eyes come in contact with the colour, rinse them immediately to avoid infections. 
  2. Moisturize around the eyes: Applying a good cream around your eyes will shield them from getting the colour into your eyes.
  3. Avoid wearing contact lenses: You should refrain from wearing contact lenses while playing Holi. In case you cannot do without them, wear the eyeglasses. 
  4. Use rose water: Rose water is known for its antiseptic and antibacterial properties and can do a great job in removing colour from the eyes. It can also be used to reduce irritation cause by the chemicals present in the colours.

Other health tips

  1. Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water before, during and after the festivities. Staying hydrated will not only keep you energetic but will also prevent your skin against the absorption of harmful chemicals. Drinking fluids will also ensure that all the toxins are flushed out of the body. 
  2. Check your sweets for purity: Adulteration is at all-time high during the festive season. Therefore, make sure you buy your sweets from a reputed brand. In case, you are preparing your own sweets, buy your ingredients from a reputed shop, especially in case of products like khoya or if you can you even make that at home.
  3. Keep your hands clean: Keeping your hands clean during the festivities can be a daunting task but since the colours used during Holi come as a fine powder and can easily get mixed with food, they can lead to different health problems. Make arrangements for snacks and drinks away from the festivity area. Make sure you wash your hands every time you touch the food.
  4. Preventing asthma attacks: If you are an asthmatic patient, you must avoid playing with dry colours as they can aggravate breathing problems. The particles can enter your lungs and trigger an asthma attack. Asthmatic patients are also advised to carry inhalers, in order to avoid complications.

Apart from the above mentioned problems, these synthetic colors can also cause health problems like nausea, headache and vomiting in many people. Follow these tips and enjoy the festival to the fullest, while steering clear of all the harmful effects. So, forget all your worries and storm in the riot of colours. Be safe and be healthy! Have a great Holi!

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I want to improve my eye power. I am a student. I wear spectacles. I want to neglect spectacles. What should I eat.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I want to improve my eye power. I am a student. I wear spectacles. I want to neglect spectacles. What should I eat.
Few diet tips - Not to eat fried food items and Can eat All green vegetables, moong , chana , Dal , rice etc And to apply ghee over chappati and don’t apply oil over chappati And to drink milk mixed with turmeric powder twice a day And If possible eat eggs on alternate days And If possible in breakfast eat atleast one bajra ka rotla And Eat seasonal fruit
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My eyes are so week when I ride a bike, When I ride bike so many tear come out when speed is not more then 40 kmph. Give me solution fast.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
My eyes are so week when I ride a bike,
When I ride bike so many tear come out when speed is not more then 40 kmph.
G...
Eyes water because , while driving the rate at which the eye dries up increases , hence of rate of secretion of tears also goes up. since we are not driving at a constant speed there is a mismatch between the tear secretion and eyes drying up . our body always tries to over perform. this over secreted tears is too much to handle by the normal tear route from the eyes to the nose. hence the excess tears overflow leading to watering.So it is a normal process.Dont worry about this.Your eyes are normal.
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Hi There, My eyes are blood shot red when I get up in morning. My family doctor had suggested to use "clearine" to make it go away. But now that it is unavailable in market, is there a replacement for it?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Hi There,
My eyes are blood shot red when I get up in morning. My family doctor had suggested to use "clearine" to ma...
There is no substitute with the same content but we can use other anti allergic eye drops after clinical examination and till than do ice fomentation
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I have conjunctivitis problem last two days so please suggest me what can I do for it.

Fellowship In Comprehensive Ophthalmology, DOMS
Ophthalmologist, Sangrur
I have conjunctivitis problem last two days so please suggest me what can I do for it.
hello it is conjunctivitis Prevention a. maintain eye hygiene b. use two handkerchief (one for each eye) c. keep hands clean Treatment a. antibiotic eyedrop b. lubricating eyedrop c. antibiotic ointment at night kindly consult local opthalmologist and get yourself examined I hope this will help you Regards
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Hello sir I am patient of exotropia. Can say me treatment on this without surgery.

MBBS, DNB Ophthalmology, FMRF
Ophthalmologist, Bhopal
Hello sir I am patient of exotropia. Can say me treatment on this without surgery.
You have not mentioned the duration of having the exotropia. Plan of surgery and whether surgery required or not depends upon many factors. U should consult an ophthalmologist for detailed Ophthalmic evaluation and squint workup. Based on that only further plan of management can be decided. Hope you find it useful.
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I have red eyes for more than a month. Then also I am having problem, it pains also please help me what should I do I want to get cured as fast as possible.

MD - Ophthalmology
Ophthalmologist,
I have red eyes for more than a month.
Then also I am having problem, it pains also please help me what should I do I...
It is either allergy or chronic infection you please show eye doctor and get proper treatment or it will cause vision problems.
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I'm live at hostel at last one month at Hyderabad, continued use mobile at night 11: 30 pm and wakeup at morning 6: 00 am than last two days my eyes are not show natural and eyes some itch their what do please give me good tablets and suggestions.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I'm live at hostel at last one month at Hyderabad, continued use mobile at night 11: 30 pm and wakeup at morning 6: 0...
Homoeopathic medicine euphrasia 30 (dr reckeweg) drink 2 drops direct on tongue every 2-3 hrly cineraria /euphrasia eyedrops (sbl) pour into eyes 1-2 drops 3 times daily report after 5 days reduce usage of mobiles and have a proper sleep.
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Pain in eyes when I use cellular phone And also pain in head every time Please help me.

MBBS, MBA (Healthcare)
General Physician, Delhi
Pain in eyes when I use cellular phone
And also pain in head every time Please help me.
Avoid excessive use of mobile. Use refresh eye drop one drop 3 times daily for 5 days. It will help you.
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