We get a lot of people who contact us with questions about air coolers in the summer. Indeed, when the warm months come along, we understand why you are looking for the best way to stay cool, safe and how to cope in hot weather. As much as we love the warm months, they also come with a fair share of dangers.



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Why Extreme Heat Can Be Dangerous

Extreme temperatures and air pressure swings can be especially hard on some of us:

  • Elderly people, young children, and babies
  • People with health conditions such as diabetes, heart diseases, respiratory issues, etc.
  • People with obesity
  • People on certain types of medication — we recommend double-checking with your doctor
  • People with mobility problems
  • People who consume alcohol and/or drugs
  • People who are not acclimatized to the heat, for example, visitors
  • Let us not forget about PETS! They can’t tell us they are suffering from the heat, however, that extra layer of fur doesn’t help when the thermometer goes up.

10 Tips on How to Avoid Summer Heat

Now we will go over the main tips on how to avoid the summer heat. These are things that will help you stay safe during the hot weather. We would also like to point out that you should always consult with your doctor if you have any questions about how the heat may affect your health.

Limit the outdoor activity when the sun is at its hottest. This concerns sports in particular — it can be tempting to play tennis in the sun; however, it is twice as hard on your body. If you absolutely must be outside during extreme temperatures, stay hydrated, wear light fabrics and pace your activity.

1.Stay hydrated and don’t wait to be thirsty to drink water

Did you know that thirst is a sign you are already dehydrated? At the same time, only clean water counts as hydration. Tea, coffee, alcohol, and sodas dehydrate the body and only contribute to the negative effects of hot weather.

2.Keep your house cool

Your home is your chill castle in summer. However, you want to avoid extreme temperature changes when you enter your place from the outside — air conditioning causes an insane number of colds in summer. Being sick in July is something you want to avoid.

3.Take care of your four-legged friends

Take care of your four-legged friends and their comfort in summer — you can check out more on this in one of our recent articles on making your house pet friendly.

4. Wear sunscreen

Even when you are not on the beach. Even if it’s cloudy. The clouds let through 80% of UV. Apply SPF 15 minutes before going out and then reapply it every two hours when you’re in the sun — sweating can also wear it off. Make sure your sunglasses come with UV protection as well — the sensitive skin around your eyes will thank you!

5.Wear loose, light-colored, and breathable clothing  

Cotton is your best friend in summer. It is light, air-permeable, and will absorb sweat instead of sticking to your skin.

6.Avoid a heatwave if you can

If you are planning a trip to the beach or any other hot destination, check the weather forecast in advance — it's better to sit it out rather than have a sunburn. If there is a heatwave advisory, it might be best to postpone your plans. Be aware of how medications can affect your body’s reaction to heat.


7.Use the stove and the oven as little as possible

This one goes together with keeping your house cool — don’t add unnecessary degrees to the temperature in your cool castle.

8.Keep your food safe

Refrigerate everything that needs refrigerating and defrost produce in the fridge, not outside!

9.Take cool showers or baths to cool down

Great life hack to improve blood circulation as well!

IMPORTANT: Be aware of how medications can affect your body’s reaction to heat. Consult your doctor on the subject.

What to do if you are left without an AC unit in the heat?

If you are suddenly left without air conditioning in the heat, a portable air cooler is an excellent, inexpensive way to keep cool. Portable air coolers use evaporation to cool the surrounding air, and many come with a water tank that you can refill.  Be sure to place the portable air cooler in a spot where it will have access to airflow, as this will help you cool down faster.

Evapolar devices are simply life-saving thanks to their portability, small size and efficiency. Even if you are somewhere without a socket, you can plug them into a portable battery or your laptop and enjoy the coolness.

Staying cool in the summer heat is good for your beauty

In the summer, it’s important to stay hydrated and cool in order to avoid the negative effects of heat. But did you know that staying cool has benefits for your beauty as well? Here are a few ways that keeping cool can help improve your appearance:

1. Staying hydrated keeps your skin looking healthy and elastic.

2. The increased airflow caused by staying cool helps keep your pores open, which reduces the likelihood of breakouts.

3. Cool showers or baths help to reduce inflammation and swelling.

4. Reduced stress levels caused by staying cool can lead to a more positive outlook on life, which is reflected in your appearance.

A portable air cooler will add an extra humidity touch to your skin and hair — we all know how important it is to keep your skin hydrated from the outside as well!

Evapolar air coolers will help you beat the heat!

Evapolar is a unique portable air cooler that uses very little energy and is very affordable. It easily fits in any room, doesn't interfere with the design, and can be plugged into any standard USB outlet.

Evapolar comes with a water tank that you can refill and it can run for up to 9 hours on one tank. It's perfect for hot summer days or for use in rooms without air conditioning. If the heatwave catches you somewhere without an AC, Evapolar will help you stay cool.

With Evapolar, you can stay cool and comfortable all summer long, without breaking the bank.

Summertime is a great time to relax and enjoy the weather, but it's important to stay safe during hot weather. These 10 hot weather safety tips will help you keep cool and avoid any dangerous situations. From staying hydrated to using a portable air cooler, there are plenty of ways to beat the heat. Stay safe, stay cool, and thanks for reading!

People also ask (FAQ):

What should I do if I'm left without an AC unit during a heatwave?

If you're left without an AC unit during a heatwave, there are a few things you can do to stay cool. One of the best ways to beat the heat is to stay hydrated, so drink plenty of water and avoid caffeine and alcohol. You can also try to stay in the shade as much as possible, and take cool showers or baths. If you have access to a pool, swimming is a great way to cool down. Finally, if you're feeling especially hot, consider using a portable air cooler to keep yourself comfortable.

Should you avoid heat even if you are adapted to it?

Yes, absolutely! While you might feel more comfortable than those who are not used to it, our bodies are not supposed to withstand extreme temperatures.  It is still important to take precautions against the heat, even if you're used to it.

Are there budget alternatives to air conditioning in the heat?

Yes, you can use an evaporative air cooler!  These coolers work by evaporating water, which then helps to lower the temperature of the air around you. They are very affordable and can be a great way to beat the heat without overspending. Models like Evapolar are especially popular during heatwaves

Which air cooler from Evapolar is more effective against heat?

Every single Evapolar air cooler will perfectly cool down your personal space. If we are talking BTUs, then the evaSMART model is the most powerful one.