Tips for dealing with the high temperature in the summer
In recent years, many countries around the world have witnessed a significant rise in temperature, high temperature which may pose a threat to the health and lives of many people, as many of us, especially the elderly in China, children and patients during this atmosphere can be exposed to many health problems, such as sunstroke and stress as a result of The sun and fatigue, so you must follow a number of important tips and advice to avoid these risks and avoid the dangers of the high temperature during the summer, spend the summer vacation in the best conditions and enjoy and enjoy a summer vacation at the sea, beaches, mountains and travel safely.
Here are some tips on how to deal with the high temperatures in the summer:
Avoid direct exposure to sunlight, especially during peak times in the middle of the day, when the sun is more dangerous and harmful.
Do not forget to drink large amounts of fluids and not rely on the feeling of thirst for drinking, in order to avoid dehydration of the body, especially during the high temperatures.
Avoid drinking drinks that contain caffeine or sugar because they lead to the loss of fluids from the body, so it is advised not to drink them more than to help the body get the necessary fluids for humans.
Wearing hats and sunglasses, especially people working in the building sector or agriculture, whose nature of work requires staying under direct sunlight for long periods. It is also recommended to wear light and loose clothing that helps to ventilate the body and reduce heat.
Attention from leaving flammable materials inside the car during high temperatures in the summer, such as lighters, soft drinks, perfumes and device batteries.. and other refractory materials that may ignite when the car is exposed to the sun during the summer, so it is recommended to monitor the car constantly and guard not to leave the car for a period Table under the hot sun during the summer.
Attention from scorpions, snakes and various poisonous creatures that come out of their burrows significantly during the summer, especially during the high temperatures and may enter farms and homes to search for cool places to take care of from the heat, especially for those who live near forests and mountains.
Be careful not to leave gas cylinders in the sun for a long time.
Stay away as much as possible from direct exposure to the sun, especially during the period from 10 in the morning until 12 in the afternoon, when the sun’s heat is hotter and more dangerous.
Reducing workers whose work requires working under the sun, especially construction workers, road workers and farm workers, and to ensure that they are not exposed to the sun for a long period of time directly, by doing shifts, covering the head from the sun, drinking a lot of water, and standing in the shade as much as possible
Putting water in windows, fences, farms, balconies, and roads to help birds, cats and various animals quench their thirst during the high summer temperatures.
– be merciful with those on Earth and God will be merciful with you –