What to do and what not to do in the heat?

What to do and what not to do in the heat?
What to do and what not to do in the heat?

The heat can cause us serious trouble, so we will remind you again what not to do and what to do in the heat.

Let's not go outside, especially between 11 am and 6 pm. It is strictly prohibited for people suffering from cardiovascular and brain diseases, as well as for the elderly and small children. In case you decide to kill yourself this way, remember that not all suicide attempts are successful and you can only make things worse.

Quite difficult for working people to not go outside at 5-6pm (whatever they are talking about at that time is still very hot), and this is exactly the peak time when everyone gets home from work.

Especially if you're going home by city transport where it's stuffy, dirty, "smelly" and so on, not to mention that while waiting for a bus you can fry yourself so much that you don't need any beach. On a side note - don't forget sunscreen even when you go to work.

Ideas – before you go home, take a walk in the park, drink a beer with friends and by the time you look around, it's dark and you've taken good care of your he alth.

If you don't have to go home exactly at 18 - choose life and drink a glass of water or eat an ice cream somewhere with air conditioning or under a thick shade.

Whenever we have to go outside, it is advisable to get a sun hat. I notice that Bulgarians use this accessory mainly on the beach - maybe it's due to habit and traditions. However, it is time for traditions to be changed in order to survive - if nothing else.

Going outside with non-steaming, light, light clothes and open shoesJust today I saw a pregnant lady in boots - real boots, not summer boots. And she didn't look out of place. And this is the second woman I've seen this summer wearing boots - could it be some new fad I don't know about? It also struck me that girls were wearing tights and dresses on top, which definitely seemed like a strange solution to the heat.

Let's drink more liquids - simply carry a liter and a half bottle of water - everywhere with us. It's heavy, but it's useful.

Let's eat more fruits and vegetables - they restore water in the body faster than meat and bakery products.

Accordingly, we should avoid having a hearty lunch.

Don't drink alcohol in the heat if we don't want to speed up getting heatstroke. (The beer above is in the corresponding quantity).

Let's not change the temperatures abruptly - for example, rooms with air conditioning and a sunny place - the amplitudes can reach over 20 degrees, which is contraindicated everywhere.

And if we feel sick on the street (get dizzy, dry mouth, nausea, vomiting, etc.) we should immediately seek medical help. The emergency number is 112.

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