UK Mums-to-be share tips for keeping cool during hot weather when pregnant last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- Temperatures are soaring and it's not great fun for the pregnant ladies out there
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Temperatures are soaring and while that's good for most of us, it's not great fun for the pregnant ladies out there. Pregnant women feel the heat more on an average day, so with the weather hotting up Manchester's mums are searching for ways to keep cool. We asked mums-to-be to share what they've been doing to cool down - and most believe it's all about keeping those feet cold. Whether finding a comfy pair of flip flops, or sticking your feet in a bucket of cold water or wet socks, ladies say it's cooling them down and keeping those 'cankles' at bay! Read more: Should you give young babies water during hot weather? They're also finding that rubbing ice cubes on their wrists, or covering them with cold flannels, helps. But probably the most popular tip of all is to put the ice - either cubes or a bottle - in front of a fan to fill the room with cool air.
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The top tip for keeping cool is to put ice in front of a fan to fill the room with cool air
As well as the usual wearing loose clothes and drinking lots of cold drinks, suggestions from other mums include: Keeping a bottle of water in the fridge or buying a mist spray to spray over your head Wrapping flannels soaked in cold water over your feet at night Eating ice pops / lollies and slushes Keeping your hair wet Staying out of the sun Sitting in a paddling pool Freezing a hot water bottle filled with water, wrapping it in a pillow case and taking it to bed Visiting a supermarket and heading to the freezer section Sleeping with a wet towel over you For more advice on keeping well during pregnancy visit the NHS website here. Do you have a tip for helping people to stay cool in the heat? Are you pregnant and struggling with the temperatures? Let us know in the comments here. Read more of today's top stories here READ NEXT: Aldi is selling a BBQ that becomes a campfire at night and kids love it My £44.61 Asda shop shows Smart Price belongs on the scrapheap Mum declares £1.18 solution 'the best weed killer ever' 'I had to limit my Poundland big shop for a ludicrous reason' What to dress baby in for bed in the hot weather