It’s not the weather. It’s your body temperature, and here are a few tricks that will help you to cool down.
1) You can use a fan or full blast air conditioner when it is hot outside. The best thing about using an AC unit is that it helps you to get rid of excess heat from your system without making you too cold in return. Just make sure that the indoor humidity doesn’t go above 50% since water vapor condenses at higher temperatures and this could lead to mold growth inside your home or even worse, wood rot in furniture if the humidity goes above ideal levels during humid summer months!
2) Drink more water! Water has been proven by research studies to have numerous health benefits including cooling down our bodies when they become overheated due to high temperatures and sweating out toxins through urination (which may be one reason why we’re so relaxed after bathing). If possible try getting fresh drinking water from natural sources such as lakes, streams etc., rather than well-treated tap water which contains chlorine which actually acts as a dehydrator of sorts – burning precious moisture away from our skin at a much faster rate than plain old sweat does… thus leading us into “heat exhaustion”. 3) Take two aspirins before going outdoors for any activity requiring physical exertion in order to allow time for proper blood clotting according himbarium formation – which allows adequate circulation throughout all systems of our bodies while reducing pain & swelling related symptoms during exercise;