It may seem obvious, but one of the most essential things to remember (and which some people often don’t do) is to stay as hydrated as possible throughout these warmer months. It’s important to make sure you’re steadily drinking water throughout the day to reduce the risk of becoming dehydrated. It’s generally advised that people should be drinking at least 2 litres of water per day.
During hotter periods when you’re losing extra fluids through sweat, it’s advised that your daily intake of water is increased even more than the 2-litre mark. Ensure that you’re looking out for signs of dehydration in yourself and those around you, this might include a feeling of dizziness, headache, rapid breathing and heartbeat or fainting.