Dehydration can cause fatigue and drowsiness. Drink plenty of water, coconut water, or fresh fruit juices to keep yourself hydrated.
Take frequent breaks from your work and move around. Stretch your muscles and get some fresh air to keep your mind and body active.
Plan your day to avoid peak heat hours, and schedule your outdoor activities early in the morning or late in the evening when it's cooler.
Heavy meals can make you feel sluggish. Opt for light and fresh meals, including fruits and vegetables, to maintain your energy levels.
Avoid alcohol and caffeine at night as they dehydrate and disrupt sleep, making it difficult to stay alert during the day.
Wear loose, light-colored, and breathable clothes to stay cool and comfortable in the summer heat.
Use fans, air conditioners, or coolers to maintain a comfortable temperature indoors. A cool environment will help you stay awake and alert.