Hot summer days are wonderful, but the heat in long-run slowly becomes unbearable and it’s time to find some ways & tricks to keep us cool and do our daily job.

1.Drink water couple times in a day

How much should you drink every day?

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine determined that adequate daily fluid intake is:

  • About 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluids for men
  • About 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) of fluids a day for women

These recommendations cover fluids from water, other beverages, and food. About 20 percent of daily fluid intake usually comes from food and the rest from drinks.

2. Your wear needs to be different then other seasons

What type of clothes should we wear in summer?

Solution: We should wear cotton clothes and light-colored clothes in summers. We sweat a lot in summers. Cotton is a good absorber of water. Thus, it absorbs sweat from our body and exposes the sweat to the atmosphere, making its evaporation faster.

Wear Cap or hat and sunglasses if possible slides or light canvas shoes and you are completed in this section.

3. Take showers

 “Your body is naturally a well-oiled machine … A daily shower isn’t necessary,” says Dr. Sanjay Jain (author of Optimal Living 360) — he recommends reducing showering to once or twice a week.

You probably should up your shower count in the summer months — you need to take into account “your environment, your activity level, and knowing your body.”

Regardless of how often you decide to shower this summer, make sure to keep things gentle on your skin — if you’re increasing the amount of time you spend in the shower, you want to ensure your skin doesn’t take a hit. So, Dr. Jain advises to keep your water warm (as opposed to hot) to keep your skin from drying out, and pat yourself gently dry (as opposed to being rough with your toweling) in order to avoid irritation. Also, antibacterial body washes are generally to be avoided at all costs, since they further mess up your body’s natural flora and fauna. With cold water immersion therapy, you would feel a great change in your life.

4. Cold foot bath

If you don’t have time or simply being lazy to take a full body shower, Placing your feet in a cold foot bath cools your body and allows you to sit back and relax… Simply add cold water and ice cubes to a bucket of water. Immerse your feet and soak for up to 20 minutes. Add a few drops of peppermint essential oil for an added cooling effect.

5. Apply Cooling Gel

The leaves and inner gel of this healing plant can help to lower body temperature.

You can apply aloe vera gel to your skin for a cooling effect. Either use the inside gel of a fresh plant or a pure aloe vera gel. For added benefits, keep it in the refrigerator before application.– Aloe vera can also be consumed internally. Use 2 tablespoons of fresh aloe vera gel per cup of water to make a drink.

6. Cooling Body Cloths

These lightly fragranced cloths cool skin on contact as they wipe away sweat for long-lasting freshness. Feel restored and instantly refreshed with PowderSilk technology that offers a smooth powder finish. Gently wipe the soft, durable cloth on any part of your body — around your neck, chest or underarms — and enjoy cool, instant freshness.

7. Frozen Drinks

Refreshing and cool, the frozen drink is a great hot weather beverage that both adults and kids will line up for.  These are so easy to make and there is no end to experimenting with different fruit combinations. Homemade slushies are delicious and colorful concoctions to add to your parties and celebrations. Link to DIY source

8. Ice Cream

Whether you’ve got a favorite artisanal organic ice cream shop in your neighborhood or just like a scoop of vanilla, this is the time of year to indulge your ice cream craving. There are so many different flavors, It’s perfect for hot days… Also handy for making new friends& dates.

9. Arctic Heat body cooling vest

Cooling vests can help to maintain your core body temperature, prevent temperature fluctuations, and reduce flare-ups.

There are different kinds of cooling vests with varying price points and features. Battery- or electric-powered vests, called active cooling vests, can be more expensive but can cool the body longer. Gel pack or passive cooling vests don’t provide such long-lasting cooling, but they’re usually cheaper. here is Link to site.

10. Air conditioning system

Air conditioning is better for your living room than a cooling fan. Just make sure you don’t put them in the wall above the head and need to monitor the main values, which are temperature and humidity.

11. Pool Time

Don’t matter if it’s your pool in your backyard, your friend’s pool, your neighbor’s pool, a public pool, or even a baby pool—pools are without a doubt one of the most utterly awesome summer mainstays.

12. Eat smaller meals.

Eat fruits high in fiber and natural lemon juice. Avoid high protein foods.

13. A homemade air conditioner

14. Air all the rooms of your house often

You should allow a breeze into the room from time to time, as air conditioning and cooling fans make the air dry.

15. Chilling on the Front Porch!

Maybe it’s time to start thinking about getting your summer front porch ready.

Sitting on the front porch during the summer is bliss as long as there’s a pitcher of tea, a good book to read, and laughter of children running around.

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