Shocking News: Shah Rukh Khan's Heatstroke Scare - Here's How to Stay Cool This Summer

by Pratyush Anand

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan was hospitalized after a brutal heatstroke. Don't let the summer sun knock you out. Stay cool and healthy with these refreshing drinks and delicious foods.

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Ditch sugary drinks. Coconut water is a natural source of electrolytes like potassium, sodium, and magnesium, crucial for hydration and preventing heatstroke. Plus, it's refreshing and delicious.

1. Coconut Water

Cool off with a traditional Indian drink - Lassi. Made with yoghurt, water, and spices like cumin and mint, Lassi is a probiotic powerhouse that aids digestion and keeps you cool from the inside out. Add a pinch of salt for an extra electrolyte boost.

2. Lassi

Craving a creamy, delicious drink? Skip sugary sodas and artificial juices. Blend your favourite nut butter with milk, banana, and a pinch of cinnamon for a refreshing and nutritious smoothie that keeps you cool and energized all summer long.

3. Ditch the Sugar, Go Nuts

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Beat the heat with nature's candy - watermelon. This juicy fruit is over 90% water, making it a fantastic way to stay hydrated. Plus, it's packed with vitamins and antioxidants to keep you healthy all summer long.

4. Watermelon

Don't underestimate the power of cucumber. This refreshing veggie is full of water and electrolytes, making it a perfect snack to combat heatstroke. Enjoy it raw with a sprinkle of lime and salt, or add it to salads and raita for a cooling side dish.

5. Cucumber Coolness

Believe it or not, spices can help you stay cool. Chillies contain capsaicin, which triggers your body's sweat response and regulates temperature. Enjoy some spicy food, like lentil soup with chillies, to cool down from the inside out.

6. Spicy Surprise

7. Dress for the Heat

Stay cool from the outside in. Choose loose, breathable clothing made from natural fabrics like cotton. Avoid tight-fitting clothes and dark colours that absorb heat. Opt for light-coloured, airy outfits to stay comfortable and prevent overheating.

Heatstroke isn't just about temperature sun exposure plays a role too. Limit your time outdoors during peak sun hours (usually 11 am to 4 pm) and wear sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher to protect your skin from harmful UV rays.

8. Sun Safety is Crucial

Pay attention to your body's warning signs. Excessive thirst, dizziness, headache, and muscle cramps can be early signs of heatstroke. If you experience them, seek shade, rehydrate, and cool down immediately. If symptoms worsen, consult a doctor.

9. Listen to Your Body

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