HEATSTRESS

Recently an article appeared in the Dutch newspaper about the consequences of heat stroke. Many people underestimate the danger of heat, take signals from your body seriously. Preventing heat stroke is of course better than cure. With our many years of experience in the field of personal cooling, we know better than anyone what the dangers of heat can be.

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10 Tips for Cooling Down

For many people, summers mean BBQs, beach, cricket, pool parties, etc. However, there might be days when it gets scorching and uncomfortable. Therefore, we present you some tips for cooling down and enjoying summers to the fullest!

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The Importance of Drinking Water

Water is an essential part of our lives. About 70 per cent of water makes up a human body. Glaciers trap more than half of the world’s freshwater.

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How to Prevent Heat Stress

Heat Stress is most common amongst people exposed to higher temperatures for an extended period. The human bodies have less resilience when exposed to higher temperatures

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Donating Cooling Vests to Healthcare Workers

Every profession carries its importance. Healthcare, however, has a different meaning altogether, probably because they represent a calling.

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How Cooling Can Improve Your Concentration during Golf

Sports activities require a lot of physical effort, which causes fatigue and loss of energy to concentrate.

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Cooling Relieves Pain in MS Patients

In Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients, core body temperature regulation plays an important role. MS patients experience symptoms like fatigue, difficulty in walking, muscle spasm, numbness and tingling etc.

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Best Way to Cool Down After a Hot Day

Summer is the best time of the year for outdoor activities such as beach picnic, pool parties, volleyball and other sports. But what disturbs us a lot during these days is the unbearable scorching heat.

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Cooling Helps to Survive a Hot Day

We all have experienced those brutally hot summer days when we get all sweaty and exhausted even after a few hours of working.

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