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Keeping Cool in a Heat Wave

The next couple of days in Philly are going to be a steamy hot mess. Philadelphia public health has shared a few tips to help keep you safe and cool during this excessive heat wave;

Tips to Keep Cool

  • Drink plenty of water. Avoid alcohol and caffeine.
  • Wear lightweight, light-colored, loose clothing.
  • Wear a wide-brimmed hat, or use an umbrella for shade.
  • Slow down—rest in the shade or a cool place every chance you get.
  • Stay in during the hottest part of the day (10 am to 2 pm).
  • If you do not have an air conditioner, visit a senior center, a shopping mall, a public library or a friend who has air conditioning.
  • Use a fan. Keep your windows open.
  • Take a cool shower or bath.

This would be good weekend to take a break from running or any outdoor excersize. Yes, you can afford to stop for a day or two and chill out at home. For me, I’m taking this weekend to set up a home brew kit.

Also, check on your elderly neighbors and friends, if you need help please contact the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging Senior helpline – 215-765-9040

Have fun and stay safe this weekend!

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Tania

3 responses to “Keeping Cool in a Heat Wave

  1. Trevor Hilton
    says:

    Avoid alcohol, but you’re setting up a moonshine still?
    Hmmmmmm.
    After Church I went running, and started feeling a little light headed. I need to remember I’m nearing 50 years old

    • Tania
      says:

      Moonshine still? It took the better part of the day to carefully build a wort that will, with any luck, become a drinkable summer wheat beer.

      Running in this heat is not a good idea for anyone at any age.

      Chill out and make craft beer :)

      • Trevor Hilton
        says:

        Did you get another dog? If so, what did you get? Another pitbull/rotweiller mix like Tiny was?
        What ever you got, I hope you’re other dog gets along with it.

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