The sudden change of weather may affect a lot of people tremendously. Here are just some of the diseases that you might get afflicted with if you are not too careful:
Heat stroke is well known because people who experience extreme weather conditions undergo this condition. It would be best to always be protected at all times by always having cold drinks with you especially if you are going to walk for a long while. Protective clothing will also do a lot.
Chicken pox is also another disease that is common during summer. The heat causes people to break out and since it is highly contagious, a lot of people get it during that time.
Dehydration is also another condition that people normally experience during the summertime. The key to making sure that you do not get dehydrated is to drink a lot of fluids. You might not feel thirsty but listen closely to what your body is telling you. Having a sphygmomanometer might also help since you can monitor your blood pressure. This way, you can tell whether you are starting to have problems or not.
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We all have to admit that summer is here. You may love the weather or hate it but no matter what, you have to think of ways to protect yourself from the extreme heat. There are repercussions if you would ignore this warning. Serious conditions can develop because of the heat. Here are some tips that you have to remember when you are exposed to the heat of the sun:
- Wear sunglasses. Sunglasses especially if they have good UV protection like ray ban original wayfarer, can help protect the eyes since they are also sensitive to the harmful effects of the sun’s excessive heat.
- Drink water. Not drinking water will make you dehydrated. This can lead to serious conditions like heat stroke and UTI (Urinary Tract Infection).
- Slather on sunscreen to protect your skin. Do not take your skin for granted. You may want to tan but tanning will have harmful effects on the skin.
Protect yourself further from the heat of the sun by wearing comfortable clothing and hats to keep the rays of the sun away.
You might have heard the phrase “Great British Summer” bandied about from time to time, but if you stop to think about what it actually means, you should probably think twice about what you’re packing ready for your summer holiday to the camp sites and caravan parks of the UK. The weather could be fine of course, but over here there is always a chance that it won’t be, so it’s important to make sure you take certain things with you.
Plastic bags are a good start, to keep your wet stuff away from your dry stuff. Re-sealable if possible, so you can use them should you ever go away in the rainy British weather ever again. Perhaps most importantly though is socks. Nothing is more uncomfortable and prone to ruining the holiday you’ve worked so hard to save up for than a wet pair of socks, and if you don’t have a nice, clean, dry pair to put on instead, it’s not going to get any better for you. It’s also a good idea to take a number of different types of socks, for different occasions too.
You will need a very thick pair of socks for inside your wellies, and assuming you’re going to get them wet, a few more pairs too. Wellies are absolutely essential for camping in Britain, because you’re going to ruin those nice shoes even taking a quick trip to the bathroom.
Don’t leave your nice shoes at home though. One of the great things about camping in the UK is the flexibility that it offers you; you can cook some simple beans in your tent, or you can go out for a meal in a country pub, so it’s important that you can look presentable if you want to. And obviously, if you’re taking your nice shoes, you’re going to want some nice socks to match. Several pairs of course.
There’s a chance that it won’t rain, and this shouldn’t be overlooked. You should always check the weather just before you go – BBC Weather is always a good place to start. You should also check Pitchup.com for more advice on what to do when the inevitable rain does come – because it really doesn’t have to ruin your holiday.