Today's Health Tips: These easy remedies will save you from the ill-effects of heat-heat, definitely include it in the routine


At present, there is an outbreak of scorching heat and heat in the whole of North India. This temperature of up to 38-40 degrees not only increases the uncomfortable heat, but in this season there is a need to take special care regarding health. Heatstroke, fever, skin problems, headaches and allergies can occur due to heat wave and heat, so in this season everyone should take measures to prevent heat stroke. Many bacteria also become active in this summer season, which can cause many problems related to stomach. In such a situation, health experts advise all people to be very careful about health. Rising temperatures and strong sunlight increase the risk of heatstroke. It is the most common but serious disease related to heat. This problem occurs when the body is unable to regulate its temperature. In this condition, the body temperature starts rising rapidly, the sweat-producing system does not work properly, due to which the body is not able to cool down. Apart from this, the problems related to skin and eyes also increase significantly during the summer days. Let us know that adopting which measures can help in maintaining better health these days?


Heatstroke prevention
Heatstroke is a major problem in the summer months. According to experts, adults are more sensitive to it because their body is not able to adjust quickly to changes in temperature. Heat stroke is characterized by high fever, nausea, vomiting, headache and dizziness. To prevent this, putting the feet in cold water can be of great help. Avoid unnecessarily going in the sun. Do not suddenly leave the AC or AC from the heat and go in the strong sun.

It is very important to take care of hydration
Dehydration is the most common problem during the summer. In this season there is more sweating due to rise in temperature, apart from this, due to diabetes and some medicines, the body can also become dehydrated. Headache, fatigue and weakness are experienced in the state of dehydration. So, make sure you drink plenty of fluids and at least 3-4 liters of water throughout the day.

Eye protection
Exposure to strong sunlight can cause damage to the eyes. Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from UV rays. Apart from this, use cooling gel eye mask to cool the eyes, keep washing the eyes with cold water. If you have problems with itching, burning or redness, then only use any eye drops on the advice of a doctor.


Skin protection
The skin is also damaged by the harmful UV rays of the sun. In these hot sunny days, it becomes extremely important to protect your skin. If possible, avoid going out in the sun or use a good sunscreen. Wearing full sleeves clothes only go out to the bar, keep your head covered. If itching, burning or rash is coming out in the skin, then lotion can be taken on the advice of a doctor.