1. RELAX AND BREATHE-
You’ve been working hard. This is the season to slow the pace a bit and absorb the light that stimulates your hormonal message center. Leave your cell phone at home or take a week off from TV. In many European countries, most of the population has a month off during the summer.
2. AVOID FRIED FOOD-
Eating excessive fat or fried food leads to lethargy, as it slows down the digestive process. It also affects the skin, making it look unhealthy.
3. DON’T OVEREAT-
Eat light to feel light and healthy.
4. INCREASE WATER INTAKE-
The heat of the summer season causes many health problems including dehydration. You can prevent dehydration by increasing the intake of water. When you wake up in the morning, you should drink two cups water. Take more water if you are doing any physical activity like exercises. Wherever you go, you should have water bottle with you. We have a lot of sweating in summers and due to this, we need more water. Add lemon juice to water. You can have iced tea also.
5. EAT GOOD FOODS-
You should not eat fried food in summers. Decrease the amount of tea and coffee you drink. Take light foods. Tomatoes prevent sunburn and vascular diseases so include them in your diet.
6. ALCOHOL, GO LITE-
Summer’s a great time to skip drinks with hard alcohol and choose a light, chilled alcoholic beverage (unless you are pregnant or should not drink for health or other reasons).