It started the summer, and with it warm and sunny days. The ideal time for the emergence of accompanying summer “warnings” is that we do not sunbathe too much. For if we relax, the sunburst will warn us that next time we will think carefully when and how we get out to the sun.It’s a good time for us to get out and spend a lot of time in the sun and put our body in the sun rays almost directly.Whether it’s a desire to turn around, enjoy a company on the shores of the sea, lakes, rivers, swimming pools and aqua parks or eager walks around the city, we always need to keep in mind that we have the dangers that weigh from excessive exposure to the sun and hot and hot times. One of them is sunflower.Sunflower is a type of heat shock or hyperthermia and is the most common type of heat shock, which is due to a combination of dehydration and overheating of the body.
When it’s very warm, our body releases excess heat through an increase in blood flow to the skin, sweating and breathing out hot air.
If the temperature is above 30 degrees, be careful. Avoid living outside and direct exposure to the sun. And if you really have to work or train in these conditions, you often make breaks. Use sunscreen, always wear a hat or cap, preferably with a wide rim, especially if you work in the sun. The head is particularly sensitive to heating and should be protected. Wear comfortable, lightweight clothing in warm weather, best cotton.
Have you ever experienced sunbathing?