Have a Safe Holi This year
As the Festival of Colors Holi is nearing the demand of Holi Colors and Gulals is shooting up. We advice all our readers to be a bit cautious while enjoying Holi. The colors we use mat make spoil your enjoyment if we are not cautious, the doctors come across many patients complaining of burning, itching, rashes on the skin and many such problems. To avoid all this makes sure that the colors an gulals you are using are made of non toxic components.
Doctors told www.themumbaicity.com that colors mixed with water which comes out from the pichkaris, balloons is very dangerous if it hits eyes. This is as dangerous as it may lead a person to become blind. Doctors said there were several major cases last year where many served sever injuries in eyes like one got a corneal tear, one lost vision partially, many were suggested for eye surgeries in order to save the eyes.
Experts say the organic colors or the natural colors are safe as compared to non organic colors; the oil paints are the most dangerous, colors.
Doctors also said if the injury is untreated it may cause serious eye problems like allergic conjunctivitis, chemical burns, corneal problems, even it may lead to cataract. It is said that the contact lenses can avoid the problems and protects eye, but these eye lenses can land you in deep trouble to it is suggested to avoid wearing eye lenses while playing with colors.
TheMumbaicity.com Wish you a safe and Happy Holi.