Eid Al-Adha comes this year in July , which is witnessing a very hot wave, which requires taking some measurements into account.
Therefore, we offer you some advice from Professor Hany Elnazir to spend a happy Eid.
**In hot summer days, what is the best drink and best food?
*Water as the body must be given an abundant amount of water to compensate for what it loses from sweat, and green salad is the best food to eat, even with delicious Eid dishes.
Salad helps in the process of digestion and getting rid of fat.
**Are there tips to keep the body hydrated to enjoy Eid this summer?
* Yes, it is preferable to wear light-colored cotton clothes and use glycerin soap, which is the best one for bathing in summer.
I also recommend bathing twice a day with cold water, bearing in mind that the best time for exposure to the sun is after 4 PM and if we have to go out during the daytime, we must use the hand umbrella.
** What are the most common problems that the skin suffers from during this period?
* One of the most common skin problems that children and adults suffer from these days with high temperature and increased humidity is the problem of the rash , which appears in the form small pimples of red with small white heads, accompanied by redness and painful inflammation that leads to severe itching in the areas of the neck, chest, back and arms.
** How can we avoid heat complications and how do we deal with injuries if they may occur?
* In order to avoid injury in summer, we must always wear light cotton clothes and be careful to wear a cotton singlet under the clothes to always absorb sweat, with the need to bathe twice a day with cold water and glycerin soap in addition to continuous ventilation. A big towel should be spread under children during sleep to absorb sweat in addition to paint the body twice or three times a day with Kalamena lotion after shaking it well and take Zyrtec or Telfast 180 or Levohistam in the evening daily for adults and for children, they administer a spoonful from either of any of these medicines in the morning and evening.
Translated by Ahmed Moamar