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Summer Heat

Updated on March 22, 2010


Its usually during this time of year that we start to get excited about the melting snow and the weather turning warm.  It means that spring is approaching, and before we know it we'll be back in the middle of Summer.  Summers are wonderful fun, but like winter have their complications and details that you have to pay attention to. 

Summer Heat is something that for sure will be unbearable at least once during the 3 to 4 months that make up the Hot season.  Its just natural to have days that are too hot.  Not even a cool dip in the pool can save you from the suffocating heat.  Its during these hot days that you need to be sure to take care of yourself.

On days like this you can become completely drenched without ever getting near the pool.  Especially if you have sweating issues, these hot days can be killer.  You can always prepare by finding ways to help you stop sweating but you never know how hot it will be and how bad your body will react.  Days that are so hot you don't think you'll be able to stay dry are great days to bring a change of clothes and be ready for the worst.  Hand towels can also help you stay dry. 

Sweating can be the biggest turn off during the summer.  Others are wearing attractive summer clothes and you may be worried about under-arm sweat and what it may look like.  Check out here what you can do to  help solve that problem. 

I love music in the Summer.  Its perfect for the mood, for the experience, and just for having a good time.  There is even music for extremely hot days and for the days that are just right.  one of the big things about the summer heat is that it is a great change from cold cold winter days. 

Fishing and other sports are great in the summer, but often need to be done early in the day.  As the day heats up, the fish will stop eating and you'll be standing under the hot sun with little success.  Nothing worse than spending the day dehydrating yourself and not catching a single fish. 

Be sure to keep yourself filled with liquids when the summer heat gets really bad.  It will keep you health and also help protect your skin.  Drying out is dangerous on all fronts.   Be safe in the summer heat and enjoy the fun hot weather. 


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      Sandra Mireles 

      8 years ago from Texas

      Very nice hub. You might want to add some images to add interest. Your writing is very good and interesting.


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