Summer is right above our head and it is essential to keep yourself safe and hydrated to remain healthy. Don’t let the temperature get you down. Below given tips will help you keep cool even if it feels like the sun is out to get you.
> Keep Excessive Sweat at Bay: Sweat-inducing dampness is the worst part of summer. Even if you don’t have extreme sweat issues, you can get the sweating under control with a few tricks, like applying antiperspirant at night so it works more effectually and wearing breathable clothing materials, such as cotton.
> Hydrate yourself by drinking adequate levels of water: In summer, it is essential that you drink adequate water to keep your body cool and healthy. When you’re wilting a lot, either because of exercise or the summer heat, drinking enough water becomes even more important to keep yourself cool.
> Optimize Your Fans: Keep the face of your fan out, rather than in at night, your room will stay cooler and you might be able to sleep more comfortably.
> Optimize Your Windows: Close the windows and use sequestered hangings to keep the sun out during the day and open them at night when the sun is down.
> Wet your pulse points and wrists: Wet your wrists and pulse points with cold water -- this helps keep your body cool. Wrapping ice in a facecloth and applying it will also help preserve the coolness of the body for a long time.
> Drink Cool: In this summer, it is important that you are eating and drinking food items that are good to keep your body hydrated. It is not that you should drink fluids (like water and fruit juices) only when you feel yearning, but at regular intervals to prevent dehydration and to replace fluids that are lost by the body.
So, keep the above factors into consideration to remain cool in this blistering heat.