Dubai is one of the hottest places in the world as it is a desert with tall structures and advance technologies. The residents of Dubai are used to the climate there but it can be pretty challenging for an ex-pat or a tourist who is on a visit to Dubai. Most people do certain things like wearing light clothes, staying indoors, etc. to overcome the heat. Staying indoors is not a practical option as people will require to go outside for their jobs or if they are new here, they will be required to visit the sites where they will be living in the future to see the environment that those apartments or luxury villas for sale in Dubai holds. In the guide below, we have discussed some tips for you that will help you out in overcoming the heat.
- Wear loose clothes
Choose your clothing carefully if you intend to travel and not stay in the shelter of an area that is air-conditioned. Our skin is the main organ of the body, and it allows the body to manage the amount of humidity drained from the top skin so it is our job to keep it in a good condition. Unlike the opinions of many, the use of sleeveless shorts and tops can expose your skin that can lead to a greater loss of moisture, leading to dehydration in a very short time. In comparison, pick loose lightweight clothes to mitigate heat effects.
- Dring water excessively
This may seem to be a pretty simple tip, but it is always missed. If you take a quick trip from home or hotel to your destination, make sure to always take water with you. The ideal way to drink water is to drink water with little sips and not to gulp it.
Water in bottles is available throughout Dubai. This is especially important when you plan to go to the beach as many people refresh themselves by swimming in the water and ignore drinking plenty of water. This can lead, in some cases, to mild diseases like a heat rash or more severe problems like heat stroke.
- Enjoy outdoor activities early in the morning
Dubai is mainly desert, but here you will be able to enjoy many outdoor activities. Biking along beautifully maintained roads or beach cycling in Dubai is a popular activity, while many other fitness enthusiasts enjoy outdoor strolls.
It is better to head out before 7:00 a.m. early in the morning if you plan on doing outdoor activities during the summer. In this case, you will have a couple of hours to enjoy to the fullest because at approximately 10 am the sun is blessing us with its scorching heat. Make sure you wear delicate clothing and shoes and carry more than enough water and hydrate on a frequent basis, as previously mentioned.
- Hit some water parks
What is better than going to a water park to refresh yourself from the excessive heat. Keeping the extremely hot climate in mind, The UAE has several water parks specially built for hot summer days, so hit them to enjoy a nice day with your companions. For example, Wadi Water Park has plenty of rides that are ideal for thrillers and is home to one of North America’s biggest water slides.
- Eat-in a small-quantity
There is a valid explanation of why in hot weather we feel less hungry; this is the normal way for our body to control the temperature. The bigger a meal, the more time the body requires to digest it. If you want to become more active, eat less food daily or eat at intervalsls. Cool beverages like ice-cream tea, salads, lots of fresh vegetables and fruit are all fine summer foods and provide the body with the nutrients it wants without exhausting the digestion system.
These are all the tips that you can practice to cool-off the extra heat that the climate of Dubai offers. In the evening, to enjoy the pleasant atmosphere of the city, you can sit at some cafes with your friends and family members near the city walk apartments for sale to chat about your day.