Although the Philippines does not really have four seasons as in temperate countries, the dry hot months of March, April, and May are what we call the Summer months. School is out, everybody wants to kick back and relax at home or cross out things off their bucket list, mostly to their dream beach destination. The weather may be just about right for sunning and surfing but we still need to be cautious and mindful of our body. Excessive heat exposure can lead to dehydration, heat stroke, heat cramps, and more that we should be wary about.
In order not to miss out on any of your plans, the Metropolitan Naga Water District (MNWD) listed some friendly reminders to maintain an active and hydrated body through the summer: