If sweat flows in a hail and there is no strength to endure stuffiness anymore, try these few cooling methods. Tips for “Lifehacker” gave Max Bodyagin – writer, blogger, podcaster, media consultant. Further – from the first person.

Dear friends, if you do not tolerate the heat, let me give you a couple of tips. To transfer heat is a fairly simple science, and it is quite possible to learn it. I spent quite a long time in places where the thermometer column sometimes showed 45 and 50. Therefore, I know what I’m saying.

1. Do not drink cold water
She does not quench her thirst, flies out after five minutes with sweat, taking salt with her. Drink tea or unsweetened kvass. Everything is clear about sweet soda: the more you drink, the more you want.

2. If you leave the house in the heat, do not make sudden movements
Behave with dignity: go smoothly, move along the shady side of the street. Is always. Well and the main thing. If you go somewhere in the heat, then after each trip, after each walk, wash your feet and ankles with cool water. There are a lot of biologically active points, it is nice and useful.

3. Drink iced tea
Brew a liter of weak green tea (any will do). When it cools, throw some honey, lemon and mint there. It is drunk with ice. Not only delicious, but also healthy.

4. Make an “anti-scarf” (“Japanese conditioner”)
In Japanese prints or in Japanese cinema, you can often see people in white shawls on their necks. This is it. Ingenious thing. Just give it a try. Take a white clean handkerchief, soak in cold water, tie it around the neck. When the handkerchief dries, soak again. The facilitating effect occurs literally in a couple of minutes.

5. If possible, divide the dream in half
Arrange yourself a siesta in the hottest time. Well and, of course, no alcohol in the sun.
These were good advice that I learned a long time ago from my grandmother, and she, by the way, lived for 92 years. Take care of yourself and be healthy! Be smart and summer will seem like a fairy tale.




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