Reader may feel like laughing if I ask you the suggestion in this case. But what to do? Whole Kerala is burning and temperature has reached 40 degrees. It's difficult to survive. As the water tank is exposed to sun, water is 'not cold', particularly in the evenings. What about adding a few ice cubes to bathing water to bring down the temperature? Can it cause health related problems or hair loss? Please give me your suggestions. I am asking seriously........
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Is 30 degree too hot?
I am asking about filling water in bucket or some container and then add ice cubes to water to bring down the temperature. At present we are living in a single storey concrete building, with no additional roof. So, it's extremely hot in the evenings. - Sandhya Rani - 6 years ago
|I don't see why that would be a problem, adding ice cubes a few at a time and tasting the temperature of water after waiting for a few minutes will get you the desired results. The first trial would take some time but once you know how many ice cubes to add it will not be a problem. - Kalyani Nandurkar - 6 years ago|
This year we got enough rains. So, no powercuts.
There is no problem with early hours, Heat becomes severe in the afternoon. Even if I bath in the early mornings, I may take one in the afternoon and one at night.....haha... Then also we sweat a lot...
Actually, temperature rises inside the home after 4pm.....Nowadays, everywhere it's concrete buildings...With noon, roofs get heated..in the afternoons, they start emitting the absorbed heat. That's what unbearable!!!! - Sandhya Rani - 6 years ago