These improve immunity and help us adapt to the cold winter, too. But overexposure to sunlight can have a detrimental effect on the skin. Also, skin can be damaged by sunlight. It will do you good to accustom yourself to a regular life and when you are outdoors, protect your skin and eyes from ultraviolet rays. Oh! Sunscreen should be reapplied every hour!
◈Prevent sunstroke with light exercise.
Exercising for a long time in the summer season may lead to sunstroke. It is better to do exercise for 30 minutes to one hour in mornings or evenings when the temperature is a bit cooler. To prevent skin ailments, always stay dry and sweat-free.In case of high humidity, we don’t break a sweat, so be sure to lower exercise intensity or to have a break sometimes.
If you have dizziness, convulsion and nausea during exercise, stop exercise immediately. Take a rest and drink water. In hot weather, we keep our homeostasis level by sweating and drinking fluids.
◈Avoid over-exposure to cold or air-conditioning.
Fever is released through the skin in the summer season. Despite feeling so hot, you should avoid staying in an air-conditioned room for a long time. Over-exposure to cold temperatures or extremely humid place can make you sick or catch a nasty summer cold.
◈Eat small quantities of oily food and cold food.
The most important factor in healthcare in summer is eating the right kind of food. It is also good to intake a variety of food.
In summer, our digestive system is weaker than in other seasons. Eatiung too much oily food and cold food can cause stomach upsets such as cramps, diarrhea, and indigestion.
Be extra careful about food poisoning, air-conditioningitis, Japanese encephalitis, epidemic conjunctivitis, and sunstroke.
It is beneficial to be active in summer and enjoy leisurely activities, but don’t forget to take care of your health. Follow these tips and have a healthy and fun summer!
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