Fresh fruit and veggies are in abundance in the summer, so it’s the perfect time to pick out a colorful plate that will make your body feel good nutritionally and not get bogged down with heavier, hot foods.
Use fans and circulate air
Creating a constant air flow throughout your home or work place helps it feel cooler. Turn on a ceiling fan, set up a box fan in a hallway and consider opening windows – depending on just how hot it is outside.
Save your time outdoors for non-direct sunlight times
Also be mindful of the symptoms. If you or someone you love has symptoms such as muscle cramps, headaches, nausea or vomiting, see a doctor as soon as possible as these could be signs of heat-related illness.