10 Tips to Protect Kids During  Summer Season

Maintain Hydration


In order to guarantee that children stay hydrated during summer months, ensure that they're carrying a water bottle on hand at all times and establish regular times for breaks to drink.

Use Sunscreen


For children's skin protection against dangerous UV radiation, use a sunscreen. Massage gently and apply once more every couple of hours, in particular after diving or exercise.

Put on Protective  Clothes


Give them loose, breathable clothing that covers their skin. Choose wide-brimmed hats to protect their ears, neck and face.

Look for Shadow


When it's between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., try to avoid the sun light. For children to reduce their risk of sunlight and heating up, advise kids to play in areas with shade.

Put on some  sunglasses


Secure your child's sight from damaging UV rays by using sunglasses with sunscreen. continually use sunglasses that protect your eyes from peripheral rays.

Adhere to Water  Safety


While children are near water-based ensure that your kids wear perfectly suited life vests if they are sailing or performing other water-related activities.

Avoid hot-related  illnesses


Teach kids understand the warnings and signs associated with exhaustion from heat stroke, including feeling sick, dizziness, and headaches and fast pulse. 

Stay away from  insect bites


Rub in repellent to your skin to avoid being bitten by ticks as well as mosquitoes, particularly when you're outside. So kids should wear long-sleeved clothes.

Outdoor activities


Check that their will not be severe temperatures, such as heat waves or storms, by verifying the forecast for the weather before getting out. 

Summer time  sanitation


Parents advise their children that hand washing is essential for good hygiene and to prevent the spread of germs, especially after using the toilet and before eating.

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