London X City Publishes Article Offering Tips On How To Stay Cool During The Summer Months

London X City, an online publication dealing with topics such as fashion, beauty, celebrities, weight loss, news, health, body, money, sports, and movies, has published an article that gives its readers tips on how to stay cool during the summer months.

The article begins by touting climate change as the culprit for the rise in global temperatures all across the globe. A climate change study by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change forecasts a temperature rise of 2.5 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit over the next century. Summers become gradually hotter and hotter and soon everyone starts to suffer from the negative side effects of the temperature rise. It is a direct factor in adversely affecting the health and wellbeing of all creatures. One of the often-cited health issues due to high temperatures is insomnia.

The article then recommends that, to battle insomnia, a person might consider giving up alcohol. Drinking too much alcohol during the day or night will lead to dehydration. The body needs a sufficient store of water in it to perform the waste management that is essential to its proper functioning. This process is generally carried out at night. Without enough fluids in the body, the lymphatic system will not be able to complete the process effectively and the person will end up feeling queasy. This is compounded during hot days when the body is already using the water in the body to cool itself. Thus the article asks the reader to stay away from alcohol on hot days.

Another technique that the article suggests is taking a cool shower. A cool shower will help reduce overall body temperature effectively. The skin is a conduit of heat from the internal organs to the external environment. Cooling the skin for an extended period of time promotes heat dissipation that will cool down the body from the inside. The article also recommends staying in the shower for a little bit longer and drying oneself off very lightly to make sure the body stays cool for longer. Another helpful tip mentioned is to switch to a shower gel that contains chamomile. The herb has an amazing cooling effect that lasts for a long length of time.

The next tip that the article recommends is to use cotton sheets on the bed during times of relaxation. Normally, a lot of homes use polyester or cotton blend bedding due to their properties of being easy to clean and maintain. However, during the hot summer months, the home should consider switching to cotton sheets because they are much better for the skin. Polyester or cotton blends hang on to the moisture and may make the bed feel warmer than it actually is or needs to be. Cotton sheets, on the other hand, let the skin breathe and properly cool itself. Another tip that the article mentions is to ditch the duvet and to switch to a silk duvet if the budget allows one to. Silk can help regulate the body temperature more effectively than anything else. Cotton based covers are good as well, but sometimes they are much heavier than silk.

The article recommends checking out Amazon for items and gadgets that can help one beat the heat. One suggestion is to check out fans and humidifiers. They should be turned on an hour before going to bed to give the room enough time to become cool and dry. There are also many other items on the Amazon store that can help one keep cool when the outside temperatures are uncomfortably hot.

Finally, the article recommends ditching the heavy curtains and instead investing in some cool cotton nets. They can keep the air in the room moving as they are lightweight and allow air to pass through them. The cotton nets can be found in many designs, patterns, and colors to match any given decor. They can be found in stores such as Next Home, Liberty in London, or in the many department stores dotted across the city.

The article can be read in its entirety at https://www.londonxcity.com/health-and-body/stay-cool-summer.

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