The summer can be intense for a baby who hasn’t experienced the heat found during these months. Knowing where to go, how to care for them, and what to do during these months are crucial for giving them a comfortable summer. These tips will help educate you on how you can better care for your kids.
– Stay in a cool place when the heat index climbs. If you don’t have air conditioning at home, find out if there’s a cooling center in your area.
– Never leave a child or baby in a hot car, even for a few minutes.
– Dark colors attract and absorb heat. Wear lightweight and light-colored clothing.
– Keeping the sun off of your head and face can help control your body temperature.
– Your body can become dehydrated before you notice signs. Keep a bottle of water with you and drink from it frequently.
When it’s hot outside, it’s important to keep cool, rested, and hydrated. If you think you have heat exhaustion, stop what you’re doing, find a cool area.