As soon as the summer season comes, people open the windows and doors of their houses, so that air can enter the room. Many people find the air coming through the windows refreshing and a respite from the heat. But here it is very important to know whether it should be done in summer? Should the windows of the house be opened for ventilation or not? let’s find out

According to the advice of the British National Health Service, curtains should be put on the windows and doors of the room where the sun comes in the summer season. The NHS said everyone should avoid leaving home unnecessarily in the heat and direct sunlight. Drink as much water as possible to avoid dehydration. Apart from this, the consumption of alcohol should also be reduced.


don’t go out in the sun too much

If you’re going to be out in the bright sun between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., wear clothing that covers the whole body to protect you from the sun’s UV rays. To protect yourself from heat illness, don’t exercise when it’s too hot or in the hot sun. Choose the best time of day to exercise.

According to a report by The Independent, Professor Amin Al-Habibeh of Nottingham Trent University said that during the summer season we should prevent hot air from entering the house and try to keep the temperature of the house normal. Heat is felt due to two reasons, first- the rays of the sun and second- the hot air. We should also try to avoid the ‘green house’ effect, as this can cause the temperature inside the house to rise rapidly.

When should the windows be opened?

If you want to keep windows open, open them when the temperature drops. Keep covered for the rest of the time. Al-Habibeh says that keeping windows open or closed depends on the condition and temperature of the house. Windows should be opened only when the indoor temperature is higher than the outdoor temperature. When it is very hot outside it is better to keep the windows closed. However, when the air gets a bit chilly in the evening, you can open the windows.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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