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Are You Ready for Summer!


Summer is here so I thought I would offer you some tips & strategies to keep cool. Adapt them to fit your needs whether you're outside all day, working in your garden for the afternoon or  chillin' and having fun.

1. Hydration is key

Hydrating at frequent intervals is critical, rather than waiting until you’re at your maximum thirst.

The minute you think you need a drink, stop and take the drink right then.  If you don't you'll end up getting heat exhaustion.

2. Drink cool – not cold – water

This distinction makes all the difference. I describe the sensation from drinking extremely cold water like getting a brain freeze from a Slurpee, except amplified.

3. Start early

If you’re working outside, make every effort to start before the sun comes up or at least before it’s reached its peak.

4. Stay wet

If I notice that somebody has stopped sweating, I recognize it as the first sign of heat exhaustion. I've experienced it more than once.

No matter what an individual is doing, he/she needs to go sit in the shade, sip some water – just sip it, don't chug it – and just get yourself inside or in the shade.

5. Dress strategically

Wear light colors to reflect the sun. Even the color of your footwear is significant – White shoes versus dark shoes could mean the difference between having cool feet and feeling like you have blisters.

6. Strategize


Fill a spray bottle with water and keep it in the refrigerator for a quick refreshing spray to your face after being outdoors. Keep plastic bottles of water in the freezer; grab one when you're ready to go outside. As the ice melts, you'll have a supply of cold water with you.

7. Indoors

Fans can help circulate air and make you feel cooler even in an air-conditioned house.

8. Tricks

I learned this trick from a tennis pro: if you're wearing a cap or hat, remove it and pour a bit of ice cold water into the hat, then quickly invert it and place on your head.

9. Drinks to avoid

Avoid caffeine and alcohol as these will promote dehydration.

10. Eats

Instead of hot foods, try lighter summer fare including frequent small meals or snacks containing cold fruit or low fat dairy products. As an added benefit, you won't have to cook next to a hot stove.

11. Open to the Public

If you don't have air-conditioning, arrange to spend at least parts of the day in a shopping mall, public library, movie theater, or other public space that is cool. Many cities have cooling centers that are open to the public on sweltering days.

12. Common Sense

Finally, use common sense. If the heat is intolerable, stay indoors when you can and avoid activities in direct sunlight or on hot asphalt surfaces. Pay special attention to the elderly, infants, and anyone with a chronic illness, as they may dehydrate easily and be more susceptible to heat-related illnesses. Don't forget that pets also need protection from dehydration and heat-related illnesses too.

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Comment by Angela Valadez on June 21, 2014 at 3:24pm

Thanks Jack for sharing these great tips for surviving the summer heat.  Much appreciated.  Liked and Shared.

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