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The sun is an amazing sight and the sun is the best way to see the sun, but it can also be a dark time in your life when you’re feeling a bit burnt out.
Here are some tips to help you avoid sun burns and the effects of sun exposure.1.
Stay outside and watch out for the sun: Sunlight is great at reflecting back into the atmosphere, which is good for the environment.
But if you want to see what it looks like from the sky, there are a few things you can do to avoid getting sunburned: Stay out in the sun and be mindful of your body’s temperature.
If your body is warm or cool, your skin will absorb more of the rays.
If you’re in a cool spot and it’s getting too hot, try to cover up with a hat, scarf or long-sleeved shirt to prevent sunburn.2.
Avoid sitting in a chair: Sitting on a chair can also cause sunburn, so avoid sitting in it at all times.3.
Keep your eyes open: If you can see the horizon and a distant star, that’s the time to start looking up at the sky.
If the sky is bright and you can’t see it, look for a bright star or a starry night sky.
You can also see the stars with binoculars or a telescope.4.
Avoid walking up and down stairs: Walking up and to the left and right can cause sun burn, and if you’re walking down stairs, use your eyes to keep yourself safe.
If there’s a lot of moving around, walk down at a gradual pace and take in the scene.5.
Don’t take breaks: If there is a chance you’ll be sitting or standing for longer than five minutes, it’s a good idea to take a break.
If that’s not possible, take a short break by taking a shower or a bath.
The sun will shine through the shower or bath, so it’s not a bad idea to go for a walk or sit in a pool if you have the time.6.
Take a break when it’s dark: You can still see the sky and the stars during the day, so make sure to check your calendar for the time and time again.7.
Don and don’t eat: When the night is dark, take some time to eat.
If a meal is too dark for you, go for something light and you will be able to see more of your surroundings.
If it’s still too dark to see clearly, you can make your own food or eat in a public place with a friend or family member.8.
Don a mask if you get sunburn: If your skin is getting too warm, a mask can help reduce the intensity of the sun’s rays.9.
Wear a face mask if possible: If it makes you feel uncomfortable, wear a face cover to block out any light that could be harmful to your skin.
It’s best to wear a mask while walking, but you can also wear it indoors if you can.10.
If sunburn is unavoidable, seek medical attention immediately: Contact your doctor or get emergency medical treatment.
If no medical attention is available, call 911.11.
Get a sunscreen: If the sunburn comes on during the summer, try wearing a sunscreen that’s formulated for sun exposure to reduce the sun damage.12.
Be mindful of the time of year: There are different seasons for different parts of the world, so remember to be mindful when planning your trip.
For example, during the hot months, the sun usually shines in the east and it will be a bit cooler.
However, in the colder months, it will rise in the west and the temperature will be colder.
For more information, see the National Park Service’s calendar of seasons.