Don’t Ruin Your Summer Fun

Summer Fun – I love summer! Summer is my favorite season of the year. I love playing sports outside and walking on the beach. Enjoy private outdoor grill-prone. Maybe you can enjoy summer activities as well. Imagine with me for a minute subject outdoor grill. A little distance away from there a swimming pool full of children who are having fun playing and laughing and splashing in the water. Elsewhere, there may be playing a Horseshoe. You can hear “Clank” of horses hit jobs as players try to get contest. There are of course the barbecue. It may be on the grill hamburgers and hot dogs or chicken or steaks. Is the only thing better than the smell coming from the grill food tastes when it is time to eat. Can you imagine the sheer pleasure that will have this summer?

Summer Fun – Now fast forward with me a few hours. I was at home and is starting your skin itch. Just before bed I took your shirt or blouse off get your bed clothes and just rub against the skin painful. When you go to bed that evening you toss and turn trying to get into position are painful because you can go to sleep. However, you can spend hours awake only thinking in pain to see the body instead of immense pleasure for you was that day. What is the cause of this itching and pain? You’ve probably guessed it. You have a sunburn!

Summer Fun – Fortunately you can do something about it before it happened. United States Environmental Protection Agency has provided us with some steps you can take to help reduce the chance of having to deal with sun damage. These seven simple steps as follows:

  1. Setting the time in the midday sun-the strongest sunlight between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. whenever possible, limit exposure to the Sun during these hours.
  2. Ear a hat-a hat with a wide brim offers good sun protection for your eyes, ears, face and neck-areas particularly vulnerable to excessive exposure to the Sun.
  3. Cover up-wear tightly woven, loose fitting, full length is a good way to protect the skin from UV rays.
  4. Wear sunglasses that block 99-100% of “ultraviolet”-sunglasses that provide ultraviolet protection ultraviolet 99-100% and will greatly reduce sun exposure can lead to cataracts and other eye damage. Check the label when buying sunglasses.
  5. Always use sunscreen-apply a broad spectrum sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 15 or higher liberally on the skin. Reapply every two hours, or after working, swimming, playing or exercising outdoors. Even waterproof sunscreen can come off when off the towel or sweat or spend long periods of time in the water.
  6. Avoid darkening tanning salons-light source from sunbeds damage the skin and unprotected eyes darkening. It’s a good idea to avoid artificial sources of UV radiation.
  7. UV index observation. “the UV index provides important information to help you plan your outdoor activities in ways to prevent excessive exposure to sunlight. Developed by the national weather service (NWS) and EPA, the UV index is published daily in selected cities across the United States.
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Why am I telling you about these simple steps that can help protect you from the Sun? I want you to have fun this summer. I want you to have fun this summer under the Sun.

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