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How to beat the heat in summer
  • 30 Aug 2016

Beat the heat: Peppermint tea mist

Brew a pot of peppermint tea, then stick it in the fridge. Once it's nice and cold, Wonderhowto.com suggests pouring some into a spray bottle and misting yourself with it. Better than water, the menthol in the tea will give your skin a tingly, cool feeling.

Beat the heat: Chrysanthemum tea

Whether it's hot or cold, chrysanthemum tea is served to lower body temperature, according to China Daily. It's also been said to soothe heat rash, experts told Natural Health.

Beat the heat: Breathe like a yogi

Next time you feel overheated, do a few minutes of yogic breathing, recommends Art of Living. Curl your tongue by pulling both sides upward toward the middle, then breathe in through your mouth. Hold your breath, and slowly exhale through your nose. Repeat five to 10 times.

Beat the heat: Coolbuddy

Coolbuddy is a new generation of water circulation cooling technology products. With the heat absorption and evaporation of water by the main unit, the cool pad continuously circulate taking away the temperature btw the body and pad achieving the constant cooling effect around the body.

Beat the heat: DIY air-conditioning

Freeze a couple of water bottles and place them in front of a floor or desk fan, and you'll enjoy a much cooler breeze with your makeshift air-conditioner. Wikihow.com advises adding salt to the water first to beat the heat longer; Apartment Therapy skips the bottles altogether in favor of a bowl of ice water.

Beat the heat: Aloe vera

You know aloe vera soothes sunburn, and its cooling properties also work to help you beat the heat. Blogger Crunchy Betty offers different recipes to make spray of it, combining witch hazel and peppermint oil.

Beat the heat: Spicy food

If you're already sweating, why would you want to sweat more? Professor of food science at Penn State University Luke LaBorde offers this answer: eating spicy food increases blood circulation and makes you sweat, so you'll feel cooler as the sweat dries. He explains that the capsaicin in hot peppers encourages your body to sweat more without raising your body temperature.

Beat the heat: Pressure points

Lifehacker.com's solution to lower body temperature is to apply a bottle with ice-cold water on points like your ankles, wrists, or behind the knees.

Beat the heat: Take a cool shower

When all else fails, take frequent cool showers to keep your body temperature down and rinse off the sweat.



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