Summer can be brutally hot! When it’s humid and there’s more water in the air than usual, the body has a harder time cooling itself down.
If the body over-heats, it can even be dangerous (always call your doctor or even 911 if you suspect heat stroke). Symptoms may include headache, nausea, high blood pressure, fatigue and fainting. At the very least, it can be uncomfortable.
The good news is that there are simple preventative things you can do to beat the heat! (More…)