- If possible, go out only during the coolest hours—early morning and early evening.
- Don’t go in the direct sun. Period. But if you absolutely have to, and even if you’re in the shade but it’s hot anyway, wear cooling scarves around your neck and both wrists. Keep a mini-cooler filled with ice water close by. Dunk the scarves and wristbands in it periodically to maintain their cool temperature.
- Consider wearing a cooling vest. There are many models available—Google “cooling vests” and thousands of websites will come up. Some vests are more practical than others, and you’re bound to find something that works for you.
- Water, water and more water.
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