6 tips to beat the summer heat

The summer has hit the top gear!

Among other problems, the dry and warm season is a virtual invitation to a number of health issues, like sunburn, dehydration, heat stroke, eye damage, diarrhea, flu etc.

However, with a healthy diet and lifestyle, you can keep risk of these diseases at bay.

Here are 6 tips to help you stay protected from summer heat.

Exercise regularly; Get proper rest

Exercise: The soaring temperatures and dry weather might make it difficult to build an exercise regimen. But, regular exercise during early morning hours will help you stay cool and healthy. Simple aerobic exercises like running and biking can help.

Rest: Sure there's a lot to do during summertime, but lack of sleep will run you down. Aim for 7-9 hours of undisturbed night-time rest. 

Eat a healthy diet; Stay hydrated

A healthy diet is crucial during summer season. Consume fresh fruits and veggies on a daily basis. Also, include more water content-filled food items (read cucumbers, berries, tomatoes) in your diet. Further, reduce your alcohol intake.

Hydration: Staying hydrated is of utmost importance during summers. Drink plenty of water throughout the day. And, keep sipping hydrating drinks like coconut water, lemon juice etc. 

Apply sunscreen; Wear protective eyegear

Sunscreen: The harmful UV rays aren't good for your eyes and skin health. So, make sure to wear sunscreen every time you head out. Go for a sunscreen with at least 30 SPF

Eyegear: The unforgiving summer sun might put your eye health at risk. So, always use protective eyegear like sunglasses every time you need to go out.



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