10 EFFECTIVE ways to reduce body heat NATURALLY
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1 probably the most obvious but it works. Drink small amounts of cool water frequently. Drinking water helps reduce high body temperature and replaces the liquid you lose by sweating. Drinking water every 15 minutes is more effective than drinking a large amount in one sitting.
Drink cool water instead of very cold water. If it’s too cold, it can cause stomach cramps or headaches.
2 Dress accordingly
Play it cool in a hat with a wide brim and sunglasses if you’ll be in direct sunlight. You can even carry a parasol or umbrella if heat is the problem
Wear loose, lightly colored clothing in natural fabrics such as cotton, linen, or silk. Semi-synthetics can also be worn to combat body heat. Scientists are developing fabrics created especially to keep you cool, such as thermal regulation fabrics. Products made with these types of fabrics are often designed for sport and outdoor activities.
Fan yourself with long, gentle motions. If you can’t get to an air conditioner or an electric fan, fanning yourself by hand can help lower your temperature. The key is to use a fan (or an improvised object) with a broad surface area and to avoid fanning yourself too vigorously.
If your fanning motions are too fast, they’ll get your blood pumping and make you hotter. Gentle motions can help the sweat on your skin evaporate, which helps lower your temperature.
Dampening your skin with cool water while fanning yourself is also helpful.
4 Coconut water
Drinking coconut water is a great way to refresh and revitalize your body. The vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes in coconut water make it an effective way to rehydrate and reenergize your body when you have heat stress. Coconut water has many other benefits, too.
5 Cold foot bath
Placing your feet in a cold foot bath cools your body and allows you to sit back and relax. Simply add cold water and ice cubes to a bucket of water. Immerse your feet and soak for up to 20 minutes. Add a few drops of peppermint essential oil for an added cooling effect.
Drinking buttermilk may help to cool down your body and improve metabolism. It’s also full of probiotics, vitamins, and minerals that will help to restore your body’s natural energy if you’re feeling drained by the heat.
Try drinking a glass of cold buttermilk. Adding honey or yogurt is optional but may make the flavor more to your liking.
Take a tepid bath or sponge bath. If you want to reduce a fever, a lukewarm bath is better than a cold bath. Submerging yourself in cold water can cause shivering, which can increase your body temperature.
8 Aloe vera
The leaves and inner gel of this healing plant can help to lower body temperature.
You can apply aloe vera gel to your skin for a cooling effect. Either use the inside gel of a fresh plant or a pure aloe vera gel. For added benefits, keep it in the refrigerator before application.
Aloe vera can also be consumed internally. Use 2 tablespoons of fresh aloe vera gel per cup of water to make a drink.
9Try relaxation techniques. Try sitting comfortably and taking slow, deep breaths. Do your controlled breathing exercises for at least 10 to 15 minutes to reduce your heart rate and lower your core temperature.
If it helps, put on some relaxing music or recordings of soothing nature sounds, like crashing waves or humpback whale songs.
You could also give meditation a try. You can find guided meditations for relaxation on YouTube
Relaxation techniques can help you cool off if you’re experiencing hot flashes
EAT Hydrating foods
Eat plenty of foods high in water content. Fruits such as watermelon, and strawberries are good options.
Try eating lots of vegetables such as celery, cucumber, and cauliflower. You can eat these foods raw in a salad. Alternatively, you can incorporate them into a cool smoothie for an extra cooling down effect.
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