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Keeping It Cool
Friday, 30 November 2007
bottled water If you find yourself trying to sleep in a hotel room with inadequate air conditioning – or no air conditioning at all – you can cool down by taking a cold water bottle and laying it on your pillow next to your neck. It’ll cool down your entire body so you can start counting sheep. You can use the same idea during sweltering daytime traveling. If there are no cool water battles handy, a soaking wet napkin, cloth or handkerchief placed on the back of your neck can give you some comforting cooldown and help you avoid overheating.

If you’re still having trouble staying cool during the day, also make sure that you limit the amount of caffeinated beverages and alcohol that you drink, as these can contribute to dehydration. And while spicy foods are one of the joys of traveling to hotter climates, remember that they can trigger hot flashes – eat small meals throughout the day and limit your extra-spicy feasts to one per day.
Last Updated ( Friday, 30 November 2007 )
 
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