15 Ways to Beat the Heat This Summer
The heat negatively affects our bodies, moods and bank accounts because the AC is always on. But you can keep all three happy and healthy.[slideshow:84227]
Certain quick tips will come in handy as reports on the hottest year in history seem to come out every 12 months. In fact, 2015 was globally the warmest since records began in 1880, according to NASA and NOAA. The Top 5 are 2015, 2014, 2010, 2013, 2005.
You can probably safely assume that this summer won’t be cool.
You have to adapt, which can be a challenge. The following list will help you deal better with the sweltering and uncomfortable days ahead. There is more than staying away from sugary drinks, alcohol, which are slowly killing you anyway, and caffeine.