We all know how important fresh air is to our health and wellbeing, so let the fresh air in! Invite the cooler early morning breeze through the window, and switch your ceiling fan to the anticlockwise downward air flow; both will help move the air through the rooms of your home.
The same goes for inviting fresh oxygen into your body. As the temperature rises, it is important to stay aware of your breath, and how it moves through your day.
To help cool yourself down - mentally and physically - try this:
Find a quiet space, corner, patch of green, where you can focus for a few moments. Take a full, slow inhalation, sensing the flow of air through your nostrils and all the way down to your belly. Lightly part your lips, and allow a sigh out on the exhale. Repeat 3 times, or as many as you need.
The exhalation is a passive relaxation, an antithesis to the action of doing. By physically letting go, you encourage the release of stagnant air and energy from your body, and make room for the vitality of the new.