June is here! It appears that we’re jumping about forty degrees between the beginning of the week and now.
It seemed appropriate to share here some tips for keeping cool when it’s hot outside. Hopefully you’ll find them helpful.
- Make an ice cube necklace with nylons
- Make a cold pack with a water bottle.
- Run cold water over your wrists. This is especially effective because of the location of your veins.
- Take a cool bath or shower…brrrr!
- Stay in your lower level – remember, heat rises.
- Choose light weight and light colored clothes. Think cotton because synthetics trap the heat while cotton absorbs your sweat.
- Roll up and freeze pieces of damp flannel cloth. When you get hot, take them out, unroll them and lay them on your forehead and cheeks.
- Eat ice cream. The perfect opportunity to do so it at our St. Anne’s annual Pie, Cake and Ice Cream Social Sunday, June 11.
- Drink plenty of water or even chew on crushed ice. Other frozen treats are options as well, though nothing quite compares with water.
- Dampen your top sheet and/or pillow and stick it in the refrigerator. Then, take it out and put it on right before bed. You can also dampen clothing items and chill them to cool yourself off.
One Reply to “Cool It: Tips for Keeping your Cool in Hot Weather”
You can also put a cold towel or rag over by the back of your neck
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