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3 Ways People With Disabilities Can Beat the Heat This Summer

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Does anyone else wish we could press fast forward on summer? While prolonged heat and humidity exposure are typically not fun or comfortable for most people, the heat actually exasperates symptoms for many people living with chronic conditions and disabilities, causes extreme pain, and makes being outside feel unbearable.

Fortunately, there are many products that can help you stay cool in the summer heat. In addition to choosing lightweight clothing in breathable fabrics, (read my what to wear in the summer heat with AFOs post here) here are some great finds that will help you to stay cool.

1. Stuff your bra and wear cold patches. Have you tried stuffing ice packs inside your bra or leg braces? I know, it sounds ridiculous.

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