As the sun goes down, you should give up your activities and start looking for a shelter. In the mountains, it gets dark faster than on the plains, and it is difficult to prepare a place to rest in conditions of limited visibility. Lack of a shelter in the face of wind, rain and low temperatures can lead to hypothermia, i.e. a drop in body temperature below 35 degrees Celsius. This condition leads directly to death.
Summer is reaching its zenith. Even so, it does not make us burn as much as last year. However, you should definitely take care of protecting your head from the sun's rays. Even if you don't always feel that the sun is troubling your body, the effects can be very negative. Therefore, we would like to present you some proven and effective ways to protect the head and body from the sun.