2. Stay Hydrated - I can't emphasize this enough. Drink lots and lots of water. Have a container ready that can be refilled throughout the day, so you always have enough to drink. We recommend water as your main source of hydration. Sugary sodas and juices do not hydrate properly, and will also cause a spike in blood-sugar followed by a "crash" in energy.
3. Start Early - The earlier you start, the cooler the temperature.
4. Ventilation - When your front door is wide open, and your ac becomes useless, ventilation can become very important. If it happens to be breezy out, opening your front and back doors can be a big help.
5. Sunscreen - I know it smells and it makes you feel greasy, but it's better than skin cancer.
6. Signs of Heat Exhaustion - These may include headaches, dizziness, muscle weakness or spasms, thirst, or fatigue, and lack of sweating. These symptoms can escalate into rapid heartbeat, vomiting, and changes in consciousness, high body temperature and drop in blood pressure. If yourself or anyone working with you on moving day experiences any of these symptoms, stop what you are doing, go inside, sip cold water and seek medical attention.
7. Swimming - Swim, if you can find a pool Add Comment