Summer Tips: Do you feel dizzy because of the heat? So follow these methods

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Summer Heat: In the rising heat, people start having many problems. In such a situation, we will tell you here what can be the reason for dizziness in summer?

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Summer Heat: In the rising heat, people start having many problems. This includes skin rashes, itching, sweating in the hair, etc. But some people feel very dizzy due to the rising heat. There can be many reasons for this. At the same time, some people feel very dizzy due to the rising heat. There can be many reasons for this. Especially due to the increasing heat of the nutrients in the body, there can be a problem of dizziness. Apart from this, there can be many reasons for dizziness. In such a situation, we will tell you here what can be the reason for dizziness in summer and what can be done to avoid it? Let's know.

If you feel dizzy from heat and sun, follow these methods-

Dry Coriander - Dry

coriander can be beneficial for the body in summer. It can remove the problem of dizziness. For this, before sleeping at night, soak a spoonful of dry coriander and amla in a glass of water. After that leave it overnight. After this drink this water in the morning. This will keep your stomach clean and it will remove the problem of dizziness.

Healthy diet -

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Due to a lack of nutrients in the body, there can be a problem of dizziness. In such a situation, including such things in your diet can fulfill the deficiency of nutrients. In such a situation, you can include dry fruits in your diet.

Drink fruit juice-

Fruit juice can be very beneficial in case of dizziness. It cools the body. Also, it removes fatigue and weakness in summer. Therefore, drink fruit juice in summer.

Massage with peppermint oil- Peppermint oil

can be very effective in case of dizziness due to sunlight and heat. For this, massage your scalp with mint oil. It will not cause dizziness.

(Disclaimer: The information given here is based on home remedies and general information. Before adopting it, take medical advice. We do not confirm this.)