The good old summer time
We English are obsessed with the weather. It is always either too hot or too cold, too dry or too wet, too sunny or too cloudy. This phenomenon and the need to constantly discuss the weather is a peculiar English trait.
Although British weather is changeable, even at the height of summer, we always have some lovely, sunny, hot days to look forward to.
When the weather is often bad it is very tempting to go over the top and lounge about too long in the hot sun once it shows its face. With this in mind this report offers some sound, sensible advice which may prevent you coming to harm in those lazy, hazy, crazy days of Summer that lie ahead.
Hints and tips for staying summer safe
Firstly I have to admit that I love sunbathing and I also must confess that I do this far too often. However, you have to bear in mind that I am aged 64 plus and my skin is way past its best along with the rest of me. I do know though that I still need to take care in the sun.
Many of us will religiously apply suncream when we are on holiday abroad but forget when we are at home. So here are a few suggestions for how to look after yourself during summer with a few facts thrown in:-
In a heatwave it is more important than ever to look after yourself. Remember:-