A wrap or sweater is invaluable for traveling. Although it might be nice to be cool, you also don’t want to be uncomfortable in an over-air-conditioned cabin. #MSLifeHacks
Too hot to sleep? Sprinkle a very light dusting of talcum powder between sheets. The powder helps cool things down and absorbs excess moisture from sweat.
Choose light-coloured clothing for summer temperatures. Studies show wearing lighter shades helps regulate body temperature. #MSLifeHacks
Summer heat getting you down? Tackle the most physical aspects of your day in the morning, when the weather is the coolest. #MSLifeHacks
Choose frozen fruit or smoothies over ice cream in the summer heat. Studies have shown calorie-rich foods like ice cream increase your body temperature once the cool feeling has worn off. #MSLifeHacks
Going to be spending time outside in the summer? Soak a scarf in cool water and wear it around your neck while you’re outdoors. #MSLifeHacks