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HEAT SAFETY TIPS FROM COOL AS ICE CAPS

Welcome to the Cool As Ice Caps Blog! You probably don't really know us yet, and we definitely don't know you. So, lets get to know each other now! We'll start first and introduce ourselves, then you can comment on the Cool As Ice Caps Facebook Page and tell us about who you are and what your favorite outdoor activities are!

Where did these Cool Caps come from?
Cool As Ice Caps is a line of cooling headgear that was invented by Ron Spell in 2000, while he was sandblasting signs for his clients. For the last ten years, Ron has been selling his Caps and Flaps all over Austin, at festivals, events, farmers' markets, you name it! If there was a heat-exhausted human, Ron was on the scene with a cap!

Our Favorite Outdoor Activities
Since we'd love to hear about your favorite outdoor activities, it's only fair that we tell you some of ours. We have a lot of people on our staff that love being outside, but as we're stationed out of Austin, TX, the heat is something we're all acutely aware and respectful of. We try to stay hydrated, sun screened and cool as much as possible when we, bike, hike, play golf, go fishing or hunting, garden, paddle board, ride our motorcycles, go jogging, or engage in any other number of outdoor activities. Below, we've attached some hot weather warning lingo, you should be familiar, with and some heat safety tips so you can all enjoy the beautiful weather, while staying safe and cool.

Hot Weather Warnings
According to the American Red Cross, the following terms and definitions are used to describe excessive heat:

Heat Wave - A heat wave occurs when the temperature is a least 10 degrees above average for a prolonged period of time.
Excessive Heat Watch - Conditions are favorable for an excessive heat event to meet or exceed local Excessive Heat Warning criteria in the next 24 to 72 hours.
Excessive Heat Warning - Heat Index values are forecasting to meet or exceed locally defined warning criteria for at least 2 days (daytime highs=105-110° F).
Heat Advisory - Heat Index values are forecasting to meet locally defined advisory criteria for 1 to 2 days (daytime highs=100-105° F).

Heat Safety Tips
Don't underestimate the heat. Plan to hydrate constantly! Drink every 30 min before going outside and drink regularly when you're outside, even if you don't feel thirsty.

Regularly eat healthy, well-balanced meals high in fruits and vegetables -- that's how desert animals find their water! Don't chomp down on heavy salty foods.

If you have long hair, keep it wet! - Instant AC! If you don't (or even if you do!) have long hair, check out our Cool As Ice Caps!

Stay in the shade or duck into air conditioned buildings as much as you can.

Wear loose-fitting, lightweight, and light-colored clothing.

Keep your head covered.

Other precautions from the Texas Department of State Health Services

"Take action at the first sign of heat illness. Symptoms of heat illness include heavy sweating, muscle cramps, weakness, dizziness, nausea, weak but rapid pulse and headaches. People experiencing these symptoms should find shade, drink water slowly and make sure there is good ventilation. If symptoms don’t improve, seek medical attention. 

Never leave anyone, including pets, in a parked vehicle - even for a short time. Vehicles can heat up to deadly temperatures within minutes. Cracking the windows does little to keep temperatures down. If your child sits in the back seat, put your purse, briefcase, wallet or another essential item behind you so you’ll notice your child is there before exiting the vehicle. Young children are particularly vulnerable to heat. Call 911 immediately if you see an unattended child in a vehicle. 

Check frequently on older friends, neighbors and family members. Visit at least twice a day and watch for signs of heat illness. Assist them with transportation to places with air conditioning and make sure they know what to do if they experience heat illness. Most deaths caused by heat stroke occur in people older than 50 years old. They are more likely to have a medical condition or be taking medication that can interfere with the body’s response to heat."

If you work or play outside in the heat check out Cool As Ice Caps & Flaps to reduce the chances of heat exhaustion. We're excited to get to know you and hope that our Caps & Flaps will facilitate your enjoyment of the great outdoors, whether you're working or playing in it! Check out our Facebook and Twitter for more tips and tricks about staying safe and cool!

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