The Federal service for supervision of consumer rights protection and human welfare (Rospotrebnadzor) gave the Russians a recommendation on how to cope with the heat, established in some regions of the country. The regulations published on the official website of the Department.
To prevent overheating the Russians advised to reduce physical exertion, if possible, to limit exposure to the outside, to ventilate the room and refuse to wear dark colours. When going outside it is advisable to wear clothes made of natural fabrics, and use hats.
It is recommended to give up meat and fatty foods. To prevent dehydration it is recommended to drink tea, water, juice, and restricting the use of alcohol and energy drinks. To comply with drinking regime should drink 1.5 liters of fluid per day.
Travel by public transport should be moved to the morning or evening. During the day it is recommended to take a cool shower.
Under forecasts of weather forecasters, next week in Moscow will remain hot weather. The temperature can reach 31 degrees Celsius in the day and 21 degrees at night. With possible rain and thunderstorms.
Yesterday in the capital was declared “orange” level of danger because of the heat.