The summer, especially in Texas, has a problem with boundaries. Just when you think you’re safe, the heat strikes again. You may be weeks into the school year. You’ve experienced those first exciting days of crisp, Autumn air. Then, bam! You get hit with a ninety degree day out of nowhere. It’s important to stay up to date on the weather, not only so that you dress fashionably and have something to comment on with grocery store cashiers, but so that you stay safe. The thought of playing outside is so enticing after so many hot months, that it can be easy to forget: you’ve got to stay hydrated to stay safe. You still want to be able to play, but even in September, sneaky, high temperatures can pose potential problems.
Keeping Yourself Hydrated is the Best Prevention for Sneaky, End-of-Summer Heat
Hydration is a lifestyle choice. Many people hydrate for a specific event or day, but to stay truly hydrated you should continue to regularly drink water every day. Staying hydrated will prepare you for those late September days that somehow creep into the nineties. You don’t want to be relegated to sitting on the couch just because of the heat. Plus, hydration comes with all sorts of health benefits beyond being a deterrent against heat-related illness. Staying hydrated helps all of your other metabolic functions.
If it Gets Too Hot, Always Have a Backup Plan
If your plan was to play outdoors and the temperature is simply too high, it’s nice to have a backup way to play. You don’t want to compromise on physical activity because of the weather. An indoor play venue gives you a safe, air-conditioned place to stay active. If you have a backup plan in place, sneaky, end-of-summer heat will never get the best of you.
Here’s a Heatproof Way to Play Year Round
iPlay Sugar Land is a large indoor play facility that caters to children of all ages. Jungle gyms, obstacle course races, and slides tailored to each age range are all part of this engaging playland. Your child and their friends can schedule playtime at iPlay Sugar Land without fear that a random September sorcher will ruin the fun. To learn more about the playland and hours, contact iPlay Sugar Land in Sugar Land, TX at 281-313-3800.