Ever thought that a simple antibiotic becomes dangerous when sunbathing? Check this out. The list of medicines that harm you during summer time doesn’t stop here.
Even if you are not going in vacation, you seek any opportunity to relax, take some fresh air, enjoy the summer heat. Doctors warn us: if you are under treatment during summer time you have to be very careful with your health. When exposing to sun, some medicine can be really dangerous, with negative effects. Here is a short list of health tips, what to do in order to prevent summer messing with your health.
Some of the contraceptives accelerate skin pigmentation when mixing with sun. So, you should use a high SPF cream (50+ factor). You can also find in drugstores some special creams that prevent skin pigmentation. You can ask for your gynecologist advice, maybe he can recommend some pills that don’t have this effect.
If you follow an antibiotics treatment is better that you stay away from the sun. Exposed to UV rays, substances from antibiotics trigger rashes. The most dangerous are doxycyline and cinoxacin, that are prescribed for treating respiratory diseases, urinary infections and stomach inflammations. If you are under such a treatment, you’d better stay under the umbrella. You could also use a 30+ SPF cream, with no perfumes.
Hay, for example, can cause a powerful redness of your skin. If you tend to follow a natural treatment, be careful that you won’t use any products that contain hay. You can also experience skin inflammations.
Tips: If you follow a medication treatment, talk to you doctor before going on vacation. Also, use high SPF creams and carefully read the medicine prescription before using it!