Summer Health Tip2

1. Do not blow the air conditioner against the cervical spine. 
When the cervical vertebra is blown against the air conditioner, the surrounding soft tissue will easily have lesions, resulting in chronic inflammation of the muscles and subcutaneous tissue, resulting in continuous neck spasm, back pain and other consequences.
Recommendation: The temperature of the indoor air conditioner should not be lower than 25 degrees, and the shoulders and back should not be directly facing the air conditioner. If the temperature doesn't adjust on your own, put a shawl over your shoulders and take a hot shower at night. 

2. Do not drink water fast
Don't drink water fast. Due to the high temperature, the body's water shortage will also speed up, and many people are used to drinking water in large gulps. If you drink water too fast, the water will quickly enter the blood and be absorbed in the intestines, making the blood thinner and increasing the blood volume. Especially people with coronary heart disease will experience symptoms such as chest tightness, shortness of breath, and serious myocardial infarction.
Suggestion: In summer, you can't drink water too fast, but in small amounts and several times. Only drink 100-150 ml each time, the body can absorb it better, warm water above 10 degrees is best for the body. 
3. The eyes are most afraid of heat 
In the hot summer, the eyes are the most vulnerable organs. If you do not pay attention to sun protection, it is easy to prematurely age and cause various eye diseases. Recommendation: If you are going out from 10 am to 4 pm, it is best to wear sunglasses and a hat. You can eat more tonic eye foods, such as longan, yam, carrots, red dates, etc.
4. Do not exercise too early 
The air pollutants are the most in summer are not completely dissipated before 6 o'clock in the morning. In addition, before sunrise, because there is no photosynthesis, not only there is not too much fresh oxygen near the green plants, but a large amount of carbon dioxide accumulates, which is not good for health.
Suggestion: The morning exercise time in summer should be after 6 o'clock. 
5. The stomach does not like cold 
Summer is a period of high incidence of intestinal diseases. Every hot summer, many people will have poor appetite, reduced digestive function, and are prone to symptoms such as fatigue, gastrointestinal discomfort, and some gastrointestinal diseases. Suggestion: Eat less things that are too cold in summer, especially when you get up in the morning and before going to bed at night. In order to keep the "stomach" warm in time, when eating cold food, you might as well add some ginger or mustard, which can warm the stomach and sterilize.
6. Do not take cold showers
In summer, you sweat a lot. When you sweat profusely, the pores of the whole body are opened. If you suddenly take a cold shower at this time, it is easy to cause fever and cold. In addition, cold water bath does not help the body to relax, but will make the muscles more tense.
Suggestion: wait for the sweat to dry before taking a bath with warm water, the water temperature should be 1-2 degrees higher than body.