As temperatures rise, it is important for individuals to take precautions against the adverse effects of prolonged exposure to high temperatures. Dr. Tran Thi Phuong Thao from Ho Chi Minh City Medical University and Hospital of Pharmacy – Facility 3 emphasizes the importance of water for the body, as about 60% of our body is made up of water. Proper hydration is essential for the body to function effectively, especially on hot days.

To stay hydrated during hot weather, it is recommended to drink filtered water between 10-30 degrees Celsius and avoid cold water, which can have negative effects on the body such as shock or gastrointestinal discomfort. It’s also important to limit the consumption of diuretic beverages such as tea, coffee, beer and wine and supplement them with extra water.

It is important to drink enough water, but not too much. Factors such as age, gender, activity level and general health affect how much water the body needs. Monitoring the color of your urine can help determine whether you’re drinking enough water, with bright yellow urine indicating adequate hydration.

During hot weather, the body loses a lot of water through sweat, so it’s important to replenish electrolytes like sodium and potassium in addition to staying hydrated. It is advised to drink water slowly and evenly throughout the day, not all at once, especially after exercise or hard work. Adding fruits and vegetables with high water and vitamin content to your diet is also helpful for keeping hydrated.

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