The summer is in its prime these days and so we must protect our health during it. the heat, the direct UV lights of the sun and the humidity has its way of harming our health and body functioning and so we need to understand how to lower the chances of getting dried up, to get skin’s burns and to lose energies. Use the heathy tips ahead to protect your health this summer.
The Sun Burns
It is as simple as that – the sun burns our skin. Spending a few hours under the direct lights of the sun will end up in skin’s damage such as sunburns and that’s not all of it. The sunburns may lead to a more severe condition and even to skin diseases. And as the world gets warmer and warmer – it takes much less time to get those sunburns and to damage our skin’s health. How can we avoid it? First thing is to be aware of the length of time we spend under the direct sun lights. Second, try to avoid exposure to the sun on the hottest hours – which are between 12 pm and 3 pm. Third, use sunscreen as long as your skin is exposed to the sun. Fourth, wear protective sunglasses and a hat, to lower the amount of exposure to the sun lights and its heat.
During extremely warm days it is important to consume a lot of water. Make sure you and your family drink enough water when spending the day at the beach or as taking a nice trip in nature or even as spending time at your own backyard. Also, seek for the shaded spots and try to spend time under it, protected from the direct sun lights.
Use Skin Care
Using skin care products prior and after exposing your skin to the sun can make the whole difference. Sure, it won’t prevent any damage completely, but it will allow you to prepare your skin with protection before exposing it to the sun. And it can allow you to treat your skin after being exposed to the sun. Reducing the potential to get sun burns or other skin’s damages is important as there is a difference between getting over-tanned or getting severe sunburns. So, make sure you use skin care products to your advantage during those extremely hot days of summer.