June heats up in UAE; These can be remembered even before the heat

June heats up in UAE; These can be remembered even before the heat
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Abu Dhabi: Extreme heat in June in UAE The next months of July, August and September will be very difficult. Doctors warn people who work in extreme heat, go out for leisure or drive to be very careful. According to the Met Office, temperatures are expected to reach 48° Celsius tomorrow and 47° Celsius over the next few days in certain parts of the UAE. The humidity at the atmosphere will be 85% in coastal areas, and 75% elsewhere.

According to the Aster Clinic’s Khisais, an internal medicine specialist in Dubai’s Khisais warned that heatwaves can cause serious health problems like sunburn and dehydration. Shah Jahan Abdul Qadir said. It can also impact the function of internal organs like the brain, heart, and kidneys. He also pointed out that low levels in salt and water can lead to health issues. Children and older people should not go outside in the heat. If you have to go outside, use an umbrella or cool glass. It is better to wear loose cotton clothes. The best way to regulate your body temperature is to bathe twice daily. Shah Jahan said.

Include fruits, vegetables, and whole grains in your diet. Get at least two-and-a-half liters of water each day. Good sleep and exercise are important. He advised people to avoid open spaces such as beaches, parks, and deserts between 10 AM and 4 PM when it is extremely hot.

June Hot!

Abu Dhabi: Extreme heat in June in UAE Average temperature is 47 degrees. According to the Met Office, temperatures will rise up to 48 degrees in certain parts of the country tomorrow. The atmospheric humidity will reach 85 percent in coastal areas, and 75 percent elsewhere. It will be dry and dusty. Experts in health advise that anyone working outside must take precautions to avoid dehydration.

These can even be remembered before the heat

Get at least two-and-a-half liters of water daily

Wear loose cotton clothing

Include whole grains, fruits and vegetables in your diet

Avoid sitting in open heat for prolonged periods.

In unventilated areas, don’t allow too many people to sit.

If you get sunburned, take the victim to a cool and ventilated area.

Take off any loose clothing and wash with cold water.

Get cold water

If you’re unconscious, ensure that your breathing is normal.

Ice packs on the navel, armpits and neck can lower body temperature

Call 999 to clearly describe the patient’s situation and address.

As soon as you can, get to the nearest hospital.

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