Enjoy and fall in revelry, but don’t forget the health care and skin care, how to respect the timetables of sun exposure, wear sunscreen and ingesting enough fluid Writing fall into samba should not be reason for neglecting health. This is the dermatologist and medical alert nutróloga Daniela Hueb, Bauru […]
Enjoy and fall in revelry, but don’t forget the health care and skin care, how to respect the timetables of sun exposure, wear sunscreen and ingesting plenty of fluids
Fall in samba should not be reason for neglecting health. This is the medical alert dermatologist and Daniela Hueb, nutróloga of Bauru (SP). According to the expert, it is in this period of relaxation that people leave aside some primordial habits for a healthy life, how to respect the timetables of sun exposure, use sunscreens and intake plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration. “And that everything should be linked also to the adoption of a healthy menu,” says Hueb.
To help deal with these four days of revelry, Daniela Hueb has developed a short manual of survival to the Carnival with the 10 rules that must be followed. Check out:
1-Apply sunscreen daily, with suitable protection factor. Don’t forget also the Chapstick, 30 minutes before you leave home;
2-the sunscreen should be reapplied every 2 or 3 hours, during periods of sun exposure and excessive sweating;
3-Use hats, caps and light clothing, preferably cotton or another fabric that allows constant ventilation;
4-try to stay in the shade and avoid sun exposure between 10 and 16 hours;
5-it is worth remembering that the sand, concrete and water reflect radiation;
6-after sun exposure, use moisturizing creams and if abused the Sun, after-Sun products use to soften the redness;
7-Use good quality sunglasses, especially those that block ultraviolet radiation, to prevent eye diseases;
8-beware of dehydration. The fluid intake should increase at this time of 2 to 3 to 4 litres per day;
9-Avoid perfumes and makeup before sun exposure;
10-do not stay long with damp clothes not to be contaminated by fungi and other microorganisms.