How do heat waves and climate changes as per season

          Heat waves affect the human body

Sun increases the heat waves and climate change of the human body and by increasing the strains in the air the intensity gets increases. The month of May and June has very high heat and causing problems.

 In the United Kingdom, we all know that it’s hot but it is getting hotter it’s been a very hot day, of course, we’ve had a lot of hot weather, of course, this is extreme heat the sweltering heatwave with the mercury reaching thirty-seven point seven degrees Celsius it’s also the hottest day of the year.

So far when it follows a similarly extreme heatwave in Europe in June weather experts have said today this all bears the hallmark of climate change the experts always say is to climate change to any individual specific event because heat waves occur naturally but that increased co2 in the atmosphere increases the likelihood and severity of extreme weather events like this heatwave.

 I think it was last year concluded the UK was now 30 times more likely to experience heat waves because of more co2 in the atmosphere so let’s just have a look at the temperatures because it wasn’t just Britain if we didn’t look at the map so it’s 38 points one degree centigrade in Cambridge in the UK.

 But then we had 40 2.6 in Paris that was a record broken they’re not in the South of France within Paris the Netherlands 40.7 that was a record broken and then a little further east in Germany 41.5 that was breaking a record that had already been broken again yesterday so we’re seeing this all over Europe and and and this is after a heatwave that occurred there only last month.

Diseases caused by heat waves and climate change

Due to negligence in heat waves and climate change, there are many diseases like dehydration, dizziness, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, sunburn, and gambling in the body.


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The main reason for these diseases is-

  • In the summer season, the open body, the bare head, the bare feet running in the sun.
  • Going out of the empty stomach or thirsty home in the hot summer,
  • Going out of the cooler or AC to go to the sun immediately,
  • Drink cold water immediately after coming out from the sun, directly into the cooler or AC.
  • Increasing intake of quick chili spices, very hot food, tea, wine, etc.
  • Replacing cotton and loose clothing, synthetic, and how to wear.
  • Heat-related diseases can cause diseases.

Prevention is better than cure. So we have to take some steps to follow them as summers come.

So let us know some methods of deliverance –

In the summer, the sun drinks the affection of the world with its intense rays, so sweet (sweet), cold (cold), liquid, and iron are mixed in heat waves. 

Whenever it came out of the house in summer, after eating something and drinking water, an empty stomach.

Do not eat too much heat (garistha) in the summers, because gastric hypertension in the summers is dim so it cannot digest heavy food completely, and eating more than it needs or eating heavy food can complain of vomiting

Wear cotton and light-colored clothes in summer. 

Face and face should be covered with a blanket or sapphire.

Onions should be eaten and put onions in the pocket. 

Brewing should not be the cold things but the cold things made from home. 

Cold means to eat mango (Kerry), Khas, candle rose, floss orange syrup, cold sattu, curd lassi, whey, and gulkand. 

Apart from this, the consumption of cottage cheese, cucumber,  pomegranate, spinach, peppermint, lemon, watermelon, etc. should be done more. 

Soft water intake, 2 to 3 liters per day. 

If you are a knower of yoga, then practice the activity of Shitalya and Chandra, piercing pranayama, and breathing. They transmit coolness in the body. 

So, friends, you can save yourself from the heat waves and climate change of summer by taking care of these small things.

By taking care of some small but important points, we can enjoy the heat waves and climate change in the following manner:

About 820 million people in the world don’t get enough to eat every day. So there’s a fair amount written about how higher CO2 is going to help with our food security problem. We need to accelerate our progress in agricultural productivity to feed the nine to 10 billion people who will be alive in 2050 and to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

Reducing food insecurity, increasing nutrition, increasing access to the foods that we need for everyone. We know that climate change is affecting agricultural productivity. The earth has warmed about one degree centigrade since preindustrial times. 

That is changing local temperature and precipitation patterns, and that has consequences for agricultural productivity in many parts of the world. And it’s not just local changes in temperature and precipitation, it’s the extremes. Extremes in terms of heatwaves, floods, and droughts are significantly affecting productivity.

 Carbon dioxide, besides making plants grow, has other consequences as well, that plants, when they have higher carbon dioxide, increase the synthesis of carbohydrates, sugars, and starches, and they decrease the concentrations of protein and critical nutrients. This is very important for how we think about food security going forward. 

A couple of nights ago in the table talks on climate change, someone said that they’re a five-sevenths optimist: that they’re an optimist five days of the week, and this is a topic for the other two days. When we think about micronutrients, almost all of them are affected by higher CO2 concentrations. Two, in particular, are iron and zinc.

 When you don’t have enough iron, you can develop iron deficiency anemia. It’s associated with fatigue, shortness of breath, and some fairly serious consequences as well. When you don’t have enough zinc, you can have a loss of appetite. It is a significant problem around the world. There are about one billion people who are zinc deficient. It’s very important for maternal and child health. It affects development. 

The B vitamins are critical for a whole range of reasons. They help convert our food into energy. They’re important for the functions of many of the physiologic activities in our bodies. And when you have higher carbon in a plant, you have less nitrogen, and you have fewer B vitamins.

 And it’s not just us. Cattle are already being affected because the quality of their forage is declining. In fact, this affects every consumer of plants. And give a thought to, for example, our pet cats and dogs. If you look at the label of most of the pet and dog food, there’s a significant amount of grain in those foods. So this affects everyone.

What to eat in summers?

We all need to eat a balanced diet. We need to get proteins, we need to get micronutrients, we need to get vitamins. And so, this is a way for us to think about how to make sure we get what we need every day so we can grow and thrive. But we eat not just because we need to, we also eat for enjoyment. Bread, pasta, pizza — there’s a whole range of foods that are culturally important. We enjoy eating these. And so they’re important for our diet, but they’re also important for our cultures 

I want to share with you five healthy summer meal ideas so this is going to be one of my what we eat I’ve done these before that I’ve had a ton of requests for more but because of nature and how difficult they are to make getting during meal time naturally.

 I love watching those I find that I like to make the same things over and over usually I put a little spin on things with the season so if it’s summer I’m gonna add a ton of fresh herbs tomatoes cucumbers zucchini all of those fresh greens and ingredients that you can access so easily at local farmers markets or in your own garden.

I like to keep similar themes so if one week say I bought a pack of lemons then I want to put lemons in almost everything for the week or if there was a bunch of the zucchini at the farmers market or cucumber there will be cucumbers zucchini avocados fresh cilantro lemon in everything so that way.

I can use up those ingredients they all brighten the flavor how kind of similar feel to them so you can add them to similar meals I’ve also mentioned this before but some of my favorite side dishes that require no pre-planning is sauerkraut which that, of course, required pre-planning long before that time but it’s then always available in the fridge.

So to make up a huge batch of sauerkraut you can pull it out of every meal or pickles another thing my kids love fermented you make it once and then you can constantly pull it out with each meal and not have to think okay what citations are going to bake.

I have to actually cook and prepare it so four-minute vegetables and ripe avocado are side dishes that happen with almost all meals. They’re so easy on you to cut up the avocado pull up for new vegetables out of the fridge and then you have something to kind of bulk up a meal. I say you would only think of the main dish and then in the summer and spring fresh salad can go with everything okay.

So for the first day, I started by putting a whole chicken in the instant pot. Now I will put this in for 90 minutes. If it’s frozen 60 minutes if it is thawed with a cup of water on high pressure then I’ll just let it go. So we’re going to be out for the morning it’ll flip to the warm setting that’s totally fine. Sometimes we love chicken salad and we do a lot of different variations so this time we did more of a Southwest chicken salad.

I use some fresh bell peppers and some red onions now for the kids if you chop them really really tiny so I chop them just as tiny as I possibly can once it’s all mixed 
In the summer, if you will take lemon juice your body will be cool and will be hydrated.

By eating curd daily your stomach will be cool and will digest the food easily.

In the summer eating ice cream is also a good option which makes our tongue feel good and keeps us away from the excessive heat waves.

Eating watermelon is also good for health in summers.

Drinking Lassi in summers makes our stomach cool and helps in fatigue.

Mango juice taking in summer boosts our confidence and working power.

Drinking more water in summer is required to avoid heat waves as the body requires more water because of thirst and to keep the ph level as required.


Protein declines about 10 percent, iron about eight percent, zinc about five percent. These don’t sound like really big changes, but when you start thinking about the poor in every country who primarily eat starch, that this will put people who are on the edge over the edge into frank deficiencies, creating all kinds of health problems.
 The situation is more significant for B vitamins. When you look at vitamin B1 and vitamin B2, there’s about a 17 percent decline. Pantothenic acid, vitamin B5, is about a 13 percent decline. Folate is about a 30 percent decline.
These are averages over the various experiments that were done. Folate is critical for child development. Pregnant women who don’t get enough folate are at a much higher risk of having babies with birth defects. So these are very serious potential consequences for our health as CO2 continues to rise. 
In another example, this is modeling work that was done by Chris Weyant and his colleagues, taking a look at this chain from higher CO2 to lower iron and zinc — and they only looked at iron and zinc — to various health outcomes. They looked at malaria, diarrheal disease, pneumonia, iron deficiency anemia, and looked at what the consequences could be in 2050. 
The darker the color in this, the larger the consequences. So you can see the major impacts in Asia and in Africa, but also note that in countries such as the United States and countries in Europe, the populations also could be affected. They estimated about 125 million people could be affected.
They also modeled what would be the most effective interventions, and their conclusion was reducing our greenhouse gases: getting our greenhouse gas emissions down by mid-century so we don’t have to worry so much about these consequences later in the century. These experiments, these modeling studies did not take heatwaves and climate change itself into account.
They just focused on the carbon dioxide component. So when you put the two together, it’s expected the impact is much larger than what I’ve told you. I’d love to be able to tell you right now how much the food you had for breakfast, the food you’re going to have for lunch, has shifted from what your grandparents ate in terms of its nutritional quality.
 We’ve got advancements in technologies. We’ve got plant breeding. We’ve got biofortification. Soils could make a difference. And, of course, it will be very helpful to know how these changes could affect our future health and the health of our children and the health of our grandchildren.


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