Do you work outdoors? 6 tips to survive the sun
It is important to follow some guidelines if you work outdoors to avoid the negative effects of prolonged sun exposure.
Not everyone is on vacation in summer, enjoying the sun on the beach, in the mountains or in the pool. There are forest workers, in the field, in construction, in the hotel industry or carrying out tourism and leisure activities who are constantly exposed to the sun and suffer the effects of intense heat and the solar radiation.
If you work outdoors you should know that in addition to aging, dryness and spots on your skin, This prolonged sun exposure may not be supported by your body and you have a high probability of suffering from a melanoma or skin cancer. You also have a high rate of suffering mycosis (fungi) due to sweat, skin dehydration or a humid environment.
It is very easy to forget to protect yourself from the sun due to the hectic activity of your work, but it is important that you follow these tips:
- Apply several times a day photoprotective cream with SPF high and do not forget the most sensitive areas such as the ears and the back of the neck.
- uses technical clothing that protects you from solar radiation.
- It's very important take care of your eyes with sunglasses, since excess radiation leads to harmful effects, such as keratitis and conjunctivitis, even at very high doses cataracts can occur.
- One first sombrero or visor that shade your face.
- Program breaks in the shade and take advantage of them to hydrate with plenty of water or isotonic drinks.
- If possible, establish work schedules that minimize your exposure to the sun.
As a last piece of advice, it is very important that you hydrate your skin perfectly in the morning and at night and apply an eye contour cream because it is the area most affected by the sun.
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Your skin is unique, protect it.
Take care, man.