How to Prevent Summer Health Risks – Tips for Adults

Every season is tagged along with its own set of health problems. However, summers are known to attract a lot more diseases for many reasons. Summer health problems primarily occur due to excessive body heat. Here are some common summer problems adults usually have to deal with during summers:

Sunburns

This is more than a bad sun tan. The serious skin condition may result in painful blisters and even skin cancer. Home remedies don’t help. You must rush for medical help. Take a cool shower and apply a cool compress to affected areas. You may even apply aloe gel to reduce the inflammation.

Dehydration

This is the mother of all diseases. You may easily get dehydrated in the summer heat. So make sure you carry water when exposed to the heat for a long time.

The ‘Loo’ fever

This occurs when you are exposed to the scorching afternoon sun for a long time. Sometimes, the heat tends to heat up your internal body organs. This results in high fever which is natural mechanism of the body to reduce heat.

Eye Sores

Red itchy eyes are common in summer especially if you do not protect them with proper sunglasses. The ultraviolet rays tend to harm the eyes. You need to focus on using sun shades of high quality equipped with UV protection.

Beware of Infections

Summer brings in many infections. Being hot and sweaty can make you prone to skin infections. These infections may even result in various infectious diseases such as measles or even chicken pox in some severe cases. Vaccination is important but personal hygiene is equally important.

Heat stroke

This is a serious medical condition that can be quite damaging. The symptoms include very high body temperature, nausea, red, dry skin, throbbing headache, dizziness, and unconsciousness. It is important to protect yourself from harmful UV rays. So make sure you stay out of direct sunlight between 10 am to 2 pm.

Comments

mandeep
mandeep

The serious skin condition may result in painful blisters and even skin cancer. Home remedies don’t help. You must rush for medical help. It will be good if you take a cool shower and apply a cool compress to affected areas.


Juli
Juli

Really thanks for such info!


megha
megha

thanks for the sharing man, for this much of hot weather we need to care our health and body very carefully.


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