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Published November 28th 2012
How do you keep cool in summer?
Keep bed linen in fridge during the day in a clean plastic bag and use them at night.
Wet a pair of socks, wring them out, leave in fridge or freezer and wear to bed on truly hot nights.
Use silk/satin pillow covers that may help reduce sweaty stickiness.
Eat more watermelon, cucumber, yoghurt and other raw food rather than chips and fried stuff.
Drink water, tender coconut water, lemonade with mint; beer's good too.
Avoid coffee and alcohol.
Iced tea with a dash of lemon may help feel cool and fresh.
Great suggestions for keeping cool; some I hadn't thought of and some I did know. Cold soups are also pretty good in Summer - friend of mine makes a cool cucumber, garlic and yoghurt soup at this time.
A quick method to bring your body temperature down is to run your the inside of you wrists under the cold tap. I quickly and dramatically reduces body temperature. My friend was taught this by an nurse.