In our part of the country the summer has been exceptionally hot and dry. Although I love summer and prefer it over the cold gray of winter, some beauty problems come along with it. If your hair is naturally wavy or curly, it may turn frizzy. Longer hair is hot on your neck. You feel sweaty as soon as you step out of the shower. Well, there are some things we can do to help relieve these problems. Here are some ideas. You lose a lot of water from sweating in the high temperatures. It's important to get plenty of pure cold water throughout the day. Sodas and other sweet drinks won't do the trick. In fact, they just make you thirstier. Keeping hydrated can also help to prevent a heat stroke. Webmd.com says that "heat stroke is the most serious form of heat injury, and is a medical emergency."