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Essential Summer Safety Tips for Teens You Cannot Ignore

July 26, 2016
Summer safety tips

Without exaggeration, summer is the most favorite season for all teenagers. It is a blissful time to take rest from studies, have a sleep out, and recharge the batteries before the upcoming school year. However, summertime is fraught with many risks, especially for teens. Like voracious sharks in the depths of the sea, they are ready to attack a careless teenager at the earliest opportunity. Therefore, knowing some basic safety tips for summer is a matter of great importance. As they say, forewarned is forearmed.

Protect skin from ultra-violet rays

If a teenager is about to go to the beach and lie in the sun, it is crucial to take care of skin protection. Using a sunscreen with SPF 50+ is a good solution. It is supposed to be applied before going outdoors and during sunbathing as well.

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Be cautious when talking to a stranger

Strangers can be dangerous. Therefore, adolescents should be careful when meeting someone they do not know. The obvious signs of hidden perils are the following: making a teen feel uncomfortable in any way, bullying, asking them to keep a secret, etc. If a teenager notices anything of that kind, it is a sure-fire signal to stay away from such person.

Beware of heat stroke

In anticipation of a trip to the sea or abroad, teenagers tend to share this information on social networks immediately. Later, they begin to post colorful pictures while still being away. It is not a good thing to do. A thief can use this info, break into the house while the family is away and rob it. So, it would be much wiser to share sweet memories afterward.

Use mosquito repellent when camping out

Сamping outdoors is one of the best ways to recreate in summer. However, the annoying mosquitoes can ruin the pleasure from the rest completely. No one wants to be bitten from head to toe, right? Therefore, teenagers should use a spray or cream to protect themselves against insects.

Don’t forget about bicycle safety

bike safety

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Is your teen known as an avid bike fan? If so, a helmet should always be worn. No helmet – no bicycle riding. Period. Why is it so important? Wearing a helmet for every bicycle ride helps teens develop this habit. So, parents don’t need to worry about kid’s safety next time.

Always have a patch at hand

Summer is the time of calluses and aching feet. To ease the pain, teens should always have a patch in their backpacks or pockets. This tiny thing is a real salvation for injured feet. Try to find someone who wouldn’t have got calluses during the summer. The mission seems impossible.

Don’t drive at night

Driving at night is a huge risk. According to statistics, the highest number of teens’ fatalities usually occurs between midnight and 6 a.m. The reason for this is that the teen feels sleepy and less focused, and of course, lack of experience. Whatever the case, it is better to resist the temptation and not to drive at night to play it safe.

Stay at home during a lightning storm

Summertime weather is fantastic. Long walks are particularly enjoyable. However, if there are any signs of the impending storm, it is better to stay home. The umbrella won’t protect in this case. Also, it is important to stay away from the water. So no swimming pools during lighting storms! A good hint is checking the weather forecast before leaving the house for a long time.

Beware of heat stroke

Summer safety

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Unfortunately, heat stroke is a widespread thing in summer. It happens when the body is overheated and can’t cool down. To prevent heat stroke, a teenager needs to wear a hat and drink a lot of water to hydrate their organism. Too dynamic activities should be avoided if the weather is extremely hot. Having a bottle of water in a backpack is a must.

The list of the summer safety tips for teens mentioned in the article is not exhaustive. Still, it creates an overall impression of the way teenagers can navigate their summer safely. Based on your personal experience, you can add some proven summer tips for teens, too. It won’t hurt. Better be safe than sorry.

Do you use these tips? Share your own ones in comments!

Petra Lipfer
Petra Lipfer is a freelance blogger living in Orlando, Florida. She is passionate about everything concerting writing and the Internet. She is married and has two beautiful kids. She has a degree in Management and has taken several IT courses. Petra is a certified specialist in child online security. She enjoys blogging on everything concerning children, their security and parenthood in general. You can contact
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