Stay hydrated, protect your skin with a sunscreen and dark clothing, and avoid excessive sun exposure to keep skin healthy in the summer. Have lycopene-rich foods. Avoid heavy makeup and use blotting paper to tackle oily skin. Buttermilk and aloe vera can help tackle a suntan while a cool compress can fight a heat rash.
Headaches caused by summer heat are mostly migraines. Sometimes they can be tension-type headaches or sinus too. Your risk for headache rises by 7.5% with every 5°C rise in temperature. To avoid an attack, wear sunglasses and a wide hat, don't skip meals, and keep yourself hydrated. Once an attack is under way, drink water, eat ginger every 4 hours, rub a peppermint oil-based gel on your temples, and try deep breathing and meditation.
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