Why are mostly infectious diseases caused in monsoon?
By the end of summer, you await the monsoons that are a spell of relief from the scorching Indian summers. But, the monsoons are a higher-risk season for most of the country as they bring with them monsoon diseases. Diseases are suddenly on the rise during the monsoons, and the reason for this is the high moisture present in air that helps microbes, like bacteria, viruses, fungi, etc., thrive and spread, causing disease transmission. However, with basic preventive hygiene measures, these monsoon diseases can be prevented. Higher-risk groups like kids and elders must be particularly careful during this season. You need to practise basic preventive hygiene measures to live healthy and prevent monsoon diseases.