Abu Dhabi Burning to UAE Doctors warn people to take extra care in the heat of the night. In Abu Dhabi, temperatures reached 50°C in Al Ain and Swayhan. Yesterday’s maximum temperature in Dubai Sharjah, Ajman and Dubai was 48 degrees. It was at least 37 degrees. According to reports, the temperature will rise even more in the days ahead. The average atmospheric humidity was 80%, but it rose to 100% in certain places. Al Ain was the place with the highest temperature in June 2012, at 51.8 degrees.
Health is wealth
Extreme heat can cause severe health problems. Extreme heat can cause serious problems in the functioning of the internal organs, such as the heart, brain and kidneys. It is important to maintain a healthy body by ensuring that there are enough salt and water. Dr. Musaffah LLH Hospital’s Intern Medicine Specialist stated that it is important to take all necessary precautions to prevent overheating and keep your health in good condition. Suchitra Narayanankutty said.
Health Of Eyes
The eyes can be damaged by extreme heat. According to Dr. Ahilya Eyecare, Abu Dhabi’s Medical Director, allergies, dryness, and infections are the most common symptoms. Pius Sebastian stated. In hot weather, an umbrella or cooling glass can protect your eyes from ultraviolet rays. It should be a cooling, UV-protected glass.
Light colored cotton dress
For hot weather, tight polyester fabrics are not recommended. It is better to wear loose cotton clothes. Avoid wearing black clothes in summer because they can absorb more heat and increase body temperature. It is best to wear light colored clothes. It is also beneficial to take a bath at least twice daily to regulate your body’s temperature.
Our diet needs to be changed
It is important to eat a balanced diet that includes fruits, vegetables, grains and meat. Dehydration can be prevented by drinking fruit juices or fruits high in water.
Avoid artificial drinks
Drink at least two-and-a-half liters of water each day. This will prevent kidney stones. Avoid artificial sweeteners like Pepsi, Cola, and caffeine-rich beverages such as coffee.
Sunburn victims can be transported to a ventilated area. Then, tight clothing can be removed. Drink cold water, then rinse. Ice packs can be placed on the navel, armpits and neck to lower your body temperature.
Lunch break for workers
It’s a relief that the government allows 15 to 3 months of vacation this month in order to protect the health of people who work outside in extreme heat. Noon break between 12.30pm and 3pm He said that people who exercise in the sun can reduce their risk of getting sunburned and dehydration. Suchitra agrees.
Keep 10 to four
If it is extremely hot, avoid going to parks, beaches, and deserts between the hours of 10 and 4pm. Extreme heat should be avoided for the elderly, children, immunocompromised and critically ill.