Here’s how to keep your living room and bedroom cool: only open the windows in the morning and at night to let fresh air into your home – this will do you and your skin good.
Put your feet up!
Legs can become tired and heavy during the summer months. The heat causes the blood vessels to widen, and more water accumulates in the tissue. If you put your feet up, this allows the built-up moisture to drain off better. Tip: Roll a cold bottle up your legs from the bottom to the top.
Keep a cool head!
A cold foot bath under your desk, cold leg compresses or ice cubes on your wrists will cool down your body, keeping you fit and productive all day long.