7 Ways To Cool Down During This Hot Lebanese Summer


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With temperatures reaching unprecedented highs in Lebanon, taking care of your well-being is vital as this weather can become dangerous.

First of all, take note of your environmental duties: do not light fires in critical places, do not litter, and be mindful of water usage.

Here are some ways to beat the heat and stay cool during scorching summer weather:

Stay Near Bodies Of Water

Lebanon is blessed with beautiful lakes and rivers. Take advantage of these natural resources during the heat wave. Spending time near bodies of water keeps you cool and allows you to enjoy a refreshing swim.

Create Homemade Refreshments

Indulge in homemade icy treats to beat the heat. Freeze fruit popsicles, make fruit slushies, or blend refreshing smoothies with frozen fruits. These delights not only cool you down but also offer a healthier alternative to sugary store-bought treats.

Evening Strolls

Take walks or engage in outdoor activities during the cooler evening hours when the sun sets. This not only allows you to avoid peak heat but also gives you a chance to enjoy the beautiful sunset.

Create DIY Air Conditioner

If you don’t have access to air conditioning, you can create a DIY air conditioner using a fan and a bowl of ice. Place the bowl of ice in front of a fan, and the air blowing over the ice will create a cooling effect.

Hydrate with Electrolytes

In extreme heat, you may lose essential electrolytes through sweating. Consider drinking electrolyte-rich beverages or coconut water to replenish those lost minerals.

Stay Hydrated

This one is obvious, but one can never stress enough the importance of drinking enough water during the day, and if you want a twist you can…

Stay Hydrated with Infused Water

Increase your fluid intake by infusing your water with slices of cucumber, lemon, mint, or berries. This adds a refreshing twist to your drink and encourages you to stay hydrated, especially for people who struggle with drinking enough water.

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