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summer season ; 8 tips to stay healthy


During the summer, our bodies lose water rapidly. It is essential to lost water to keep the body’s electrolytes in balance and remain hydrated. To stay healthy and hydrated during the summer, here are some tips you can follow.


(1) Stay hydrated; – Drink plenty of water throughout the day to stay hydrated, especially when it is hot outside. Avoid excessive intake of sugary and carbonated drinks or alcohol as they can dehydrate you.

(2) Protect your skin; – Apply sunscreen lotion with high SPF before going outside, even on cloudy days. Wear protective clothing such as hats and sunglasses to prevent sunburn and reduce the risk of skin damage.

(3) Maintain a balanced diet; – Get a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables to get essential nutrients and antioxidants. Include light and refreshing meals such as salad, smoothies and grilled foods. Avoid to consume heavy, spicy and oily foods that can make you feel sluggish.

(4) Exercise in the cooler hours; – Do exercise or physical activities during the cooler parts of the day, such as early morning or late evening. Avoid exercising during the hottest hours to prevent heat exhaustion or heat stroke.

(5) Stay cool; – Use a cooler or air conditioner to prevent overheating. Take cold showers or use cold compresses to cool down your body temperature.

(6) Dress appropriately; – Wear light weight fabrics such as cotton or linen, that allow air circulation and help to keep you cool.

(7) Protect against insects; – Use insect repellent to guard against mosquito bites, especially during the evenings and in areas with high mosquito populations.

(8) Take proper rest and sleep; – Avoid staying up too late and establish a consistent sleep schedule to ensure proper recovery. Pay attention to any signs of heat related illness such as dizziness, fatigue, headache or muscle cramps.

                              These tips are general guidelines and it’s always a good idea to listen to your body about hydration, physical health and wellbeing.

Dr.Hetal Patel


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