Author: Shiv Rajvanshi, Freelance Writer
The sweltering summer sun can be the reason you to sweat, get dehydrated and even break out into a heat rash. However, you can put a stop to some of the problems by dressing smartly and wearing the right fabric and clothes to beat the heat.
Wear Cotton Fabrics
Cotton absorbs the sweat from your body and allows it to disappear into the air. It works like a towel, wicking the moisture away from your skin and disappointing the growth of microorganisms and yeast. This makes it the ideal stuff for summer, for the reason that it keeps you cool and prevents infections. You should avoid synthetic fabrics as much as feasible, because dissimilar cotton and other natural fabrics, most synthetic fabrics do not inhale. So whenever you sweat, the sweat does not dry off as it should be.
Go for lighter colours
Go for light colour cloths that will keep you cool, because they reflect most of the sun’s rays back into the environment. On the other hand Dark fabrics tend to absorb these rays and catch their heat, making you feel even hotter.
Always wear loose clothes in summer
In summer, try to avoid wearing tight clothes that confine your circulation. Your blood vessels be apt to dilate in summer so that your body can cool off itself by letting heat escape through your skin, so make it a point to wear loose and spacious clothes to allow your blood to flow freely.
Go for right clothing styles
Summer is tantamount with shorts, dresses and sleeveless clothes, however, these are not right garments for this season. They expose your skin in the sun rays, attracting the problems like UV damage and heat rashes. While we’re believed to apply the sunscreen before we go out, a lot of people actually don’t do so, leaving their skin susceptible and uncovered. The heat also dries out your skin, causing it to become stiff and more prone to wrinkles. If you think about it, the people who live in the deserts of the Middle East wear loose clothing that covers them from top to bottom, mainly to protect them from the sweltering heat. The ideal choices for summer are loose clothes.