Many people look forward to summer because of the warm weather. They look forward to spending time outdoors. However, there are a lot of risks that come along with the summertime.
Riding a bike is a convenient way to travel if you will be going a short distance. It is also a great way to get some exercise. However, riding a bike can be very risky. It is estimated that 2 percent of all traffic fatalities involve bike riders. You will need to make sure that you ride in the same direction as traffic. You will also need to wear a helmet while you are riding. Additionally, you will need to follow all traffic laws.
Car accidents are more likely to occur during the summer. There are more cars on the road because there are longer daylight hours. More people are traveling for vacation. Additionally, many people drink and drive.
In order to reduce your chance of getting into a car accident, you will need to drive defensively. You will also need to avoid drinking and driving. Furthermore, you will need to obey the speed limit and all of the other traffic laws.
Many people go to the pool, lake and beach during the summer. However, a day in the sun can quickly become tragic. Thousands of people drown each year. Fortunately, this is something that can be prevented. You will need to make sure that you wear a safety vest if you will be on a river or lake.
It is also a good idea to take swimming lessons if you do not know how to swim. Additionally, you will need to avoid swimming alone.
If you will be going out in the sun, then you will need to make sure that you wear sunscreen. You can end up with a sunburn if you do not wear sunscreen. Not only are sunburns uncomfortable, but they can also increase the risk of skin cancer.
Dehydration is another risk that is associated with being out in hot weather. The hot weather and sweating can cause your body to excrete too much fluid at one time. Headaches, fainting and nausea are symptoms of dehydration. That is why it is important for you to replenish the fluid that you lose.
Water is the best drink. Stay away from caffeinated beverages and sodas because they can actually increase the risk of dehydration.
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