1. Take breaks under the shade to cool off
If you plan on spending most of your time outside, try to get out of the sun throughout the day. Go to the nearest store or shopping center to cool off when it’s scorching hot outside!
2. Wear loose, light colored clothing
Wearing tight fitted dark colored clothing can absorb heat and restrict proper air flow. Try your best to wear cotton material which is great for absorbing moisture easily. Don’t forget about wearing accessories like hats and sunglasses for added protection from the sun!
3. Lower floors of buildings
Heat rises, so higher floors of buildings or homes are normally warmer than lower floors. If possible, sleep on the ground floor or basement for a cooler environment. Covering windows with drapes and shades can help reduce indoor heat as well.
4. Limit intake of soda and alcohol
Soda and alcoholic beverages can have a dehydrating effect. If it’s unavoidable, alternate with drinking sips of water here and there to help reduce dehydration.