Sun Stroke :
Heat stroke, also known as sun stroke, is a severe heat illness, defined as hyperthermia with a body temperaturegreater than 40.6 °C (105.1 °F) because of environmental heat exposure with lack of thermoregulation. This is distinct from a fever, where there is a physiological increase in the temperature set point of the body. The term “stroke” in “heat stroke” is a misnomer in that it does not involve a blockage or hemorrhage of blood flow to the brain.
This summer, make sure to follow simple rules when you step outdoor:
- Wear clothes which allow good ventilation make sure the fabric of the clothes is light.
- There are certain medications and other conditions like sleep deprivation, sun stroke history, etc. which may predispose sun stroke. It is wise to take all the factors into consideration.
- Always wear sunscreen and drink plenty of fluid. Always carry a drink together.
Drink Plenty of Water :
Start hydrating right away. It’s easier to maintain your fluid balance if you start out in a well-hydrated state.
Schedule regular beverage breaks and keep a water bottle handy so you can take frequent sips of water while you work or exercise.
Choose electrolyte-replacing drinks for maximum water absorption.
Drink water after you’ve finished work or an exercise session.
Snack on fresh fruits like berries, watermelon, peaches, and nectarines.
Don’t drink large amounts of plain water all at once – this can lead to hyponatremia or water-toxicity.
Healthiest Summer Foods :
Summer’s coolest, juiciest and healthiest foods melons. You can use them in salads, desserts, smoothies,milkshakes and even salsa. They’re good for the stomach, propel weight loss and help prevent many common health problems such as cancer, high blood pressure, heart disease and common colds and flues.
Lauki and Bottle Gourd –
This might not be your favourite vegetable but it’s extremely popular for weight loss. It’s rich in calcium, magnesium, Vitamin A, C and folate. The superhero vegetable works well on high blood pressure, keeps the heart healthy and is considered and excellent blood purifier.
Salad Leaves –
Amaranth leaves, rocket leaves, basil and other summer herbs should be tossed in a salad bowl and topped off with a yogurt dressing to make a great summer salad. They create a power house of nutrition and are a great way to lose weight. Bung in fruits, nuts, white meat, peppers, mint or oriander leaves to make a light and lovely meal.
Watermelon Juice –
Watermelon is approximately 90 percent water, so it’s undoubtedly the best way to keep yourself hydrated. It helps with digestion and keeps the stomach cool. Eating watermelon can help protect skin from oxidative stress that contributes to the aging process, clear up acne and brighten a dull complexion.
Two glasses of aam panna can help with digestion, constipation and chronic stomach problems like irritable bowel syndrome. Make it at home to ensure the use of recommended quantities sugar and salt.
Mint water and Lemon –
One glass of strained mint water with two drops of lemon works wonders. It acts as a liver cleanser, boosts your metabolism and helps those with a low appetite.
Have two glasses a day in case you find it bland, add a drop of lemon or honey for taste. Since barley water in rich in fiber, it prevents constipation and also helps in controlling your appetite.