Have you, your family, your pets been suffering during this recent heatwave? Here are our top 5 tips to help you keep cool, avoid heat stroke and heat exhaustion.
Right now, most of the northern hemisphere has been or is in the grips of a debilitating heatwave, and we were shocked to learn that at least 54 people have died in Canada during our recent heatwave (source: https://www.cbc.ca).
During heatwaves, babies and toddlers, the elderly and people with chronic diseases are most at risk because their bodies struggle to cope with extreme heat. For homes without air conditioning, it’s important to find a way to expel the heat that builds up inside the house.
The natural way of maintaining normal body temperature is by sweating but in extreme heat our bodies have to work harder and can go into “stress”. You might notice you start breathing more rapidly, might feel weak, perhaps even faint, develop headaches, start cramping or become confused - especially if you overexert yourself or are already experiencing health problems.
Our aim is to DONATE Perfectly Imperfect WrapMeCools to organisations that already support financially disadvantaged people in their communities. We’re proud to have already found our first recipient.
Following the recent bush fires in Australia, we teamed up with the Salvation Army to assist in their goal of providing hope, dignity and respect by the provision of practical and emotional support to others.
It seems that the whole world has experienced increased heat during recent summers. 🥵 The Australian BOM (Bureau of Meteorology) reports a year over year increase in average temperatures for the last five consecutive years. Nine of the hottest 10 years on record have occurred since 2005!
Here are the top five tips for using your WrapMeCool to make heatwaves more bearable and help prevent heat stress.
WrapMeCool® is designed to be worn over the arms.
Measure as shown in the picture making sure the tape measure is across the bust line and outside the arms.
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