Summers are around the corner and one must be ready to adapt to the change happening inside out. Change in weather can bring a big change in lives, therefore, making life better with effective measures is very important here. Here are some of the tips on summer that can be very helpful to you in long run.


Maintain hygiene 

You must avoid the culture of smelly summer by having a shower twice a day, giving a ditch to smelly armpits and feet. Changing your clothes twice a day. Make the best of the day with bathing salt and bubble bath and most importantly giving yourself a “ME time” by following a regular pattern of body spas and head washes. Use clean and washed towels, wear cotton to avoid sweating. Wash your hands regularly with Hand Wash to avoid hand sweating.


Stay hydrated 

Drinking ample amounts of water can help in making life better. Staying hydrated is the best way to enjoy summers. A human body needs at least 3 litres of water daily to stay in its best form. If you feel lethargic to drink water this much then you can have ready to have flavoured mixes to add some flavour to the water.


Apply SPF regularly 

You should reapply sunscreen every two hours for consistent protection. However, there is an exception to the rule—if you're sweating or swimming you need to apply more often. To make sure you're protected even when you're active, you should reapply sunscreen at least every 80 minutes. The harmful UV rays of the sun can make your skin dry and cracky, so you should take care of it by protecting your skin.


Keep a healthy sleeping pattern

Stick to a sleep schedule as your body clock also needs some serious discipline. Set aside no more than eight hours for sleep as one-third of the day sleeping is more than enough. Pay attention to what you eat and drink. Don't go to bed hungry or stuffed as we are sleeping but our digestive system is working. Create a restful environment that is peaceful in your mind. Create a room that's ideal for sleeping. Limit daytime naps. Include physical activity in your daily routine. Manage worries.