This Police Station in Mangalore Has Introduced Steam Inhalation Facility: Click to Know How This Works

This Police Station in Mangalore Has Introduced Steam Inhalation Facility: Click to Know How This Works

A steel pipe with four openings has been tied to a wooden frame. Visitors and police personnel can inhale steam from the three vents or openings. A fourth opening is connected by a rubber pipe to a pressure cooker which supplies steam to the steel pipeline. A pressure cooker is filled with water, Tulsi leaves and cloves and placed on the stove. Once the stove is switched on, personnel inhale steam for about two minutes each before entering the police station and also before they leave for their houses at the end of the day.
Police Inspector Jyotirling Honakatti, who conceptualized this idea, said that he practiced steam inhalation at his house and took permission from Police Commissioner N. Shashi Kumar to have this facility installed at the police station. As many as 40 personnel in the Barke Police Station are making use of this facility. Police Commissioner N. Shashi Kumar said that he would see the results of this new facility and consider having it in other police stations too.

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