Vol. 3 Issue 13 – How to survive the summer heat

Summer is truly upon us with this lovely heatwave.  Please be aware of signs of heat exhaustion which can lead to heat stroke.
Signs of heat exhaustion:

  • Confusion
  • Dark-colored urine (a sign of dehydration)
  • Dizziness
  • Fainting
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Muscle or abdominal cramps
  • Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea
  • Pale skin
  • Profuse sweating
  • Rapid heartbeat

Treatments include:

  • Drink plenty of fluid (avoid caffeine and alcohol).
  • Remove any tight or unnecessary clothing.
  • Take a cool shower, bath, or sponge bath.
  • Apply other cooling measures such as fans or ice towels.

If, after 15 minutes these treatments do not help, you should go to the ER.Risk factors for heat exhaustion:

  • Children under the age of 4 and adults over the age of 65.  These individuals have a more difficult time adjusting to the heat.
  • Individuals who have health conditions or those who are prescription medication should also avoid long periods of time outside.

Upcoming events:
It’s Senior Saturday on July 22!  If you are a College Park Resident and are 65+ stop by the Market’s Information table and receive $5.00 in market coupons for this Saturday only.  The offer is from 9am until noon.

The City of College Park’s Animal Control is taking part in the statewide Free Cat Adoption for the month of July.

Vendors who are taking some time off:
Heavenly Created Desserts will not be here this weekend
Designed Naturally will be off this weekend
Christiane’s Designs will return in September.  If you need to contact her to place an order please email her at cwill23027@aol.com

This week’s vendors include*:
Valencia’s Produce: Berries, flowers and herbs
Amity Kitchen: Thai food, Spring Rolls and Mango Sticky Rice
Calvert Farm: Produce and fruits
Dicot Farm: Certified Organic Produce
Unique Eats and Scents: Hand creams and preserves
Inge’s Crochet: Hand made crochet items
Peacesake Candles: Soy based candles in multiple scents
Double Sharp: Local Musicians
Alcoba Coffee: Guatemalan coffee by the pound and by the cup
A Little Pottery: Pottery
Waltz Family Farm: Meat, eggs and cheeses
Qamrul Bhuiyan: Packaged artisiticallly designed stationary
Roy and Arti’s Kitchen and Garden: Prepared Indonesian food and vegetables
The Baked Apple: Apple muffins and breads
College Park Hypnosis Center:Making positive changes easier
Terrapin Care Center: Chiropractic Care

* This list reflects the vendors who have informed the Market Manager that they will be at the market.  This list is subject to change due to weather, illness or other life events. :)

If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a vendor for our market please let us know.  We are always looking for more vendors. Our criteria is that the items have to be hand made.  If you prepare food- we are looking for other prepared food vendors.  Lastly, we are looking for a bread vendor.  If you know of a local company that would like to sell bread at our market please stop by the market’s information table to speak with either the Market Manager or one of the Market’s Board members.

Meet the vendor: College Park Hypnosis

Hypnosis is a word that creates both curiosity and fear due to its history and frequent misunderstanding thanks largely to Hollywood and fiction writers. Hypnosis is trance. Daydreams are trance. They are the same phenomenon. All of us use trance every day in our lives. Because we are our own best hypnotists, we need to be careful what we say to ourselves and how we say it. This internal dialogue shapes our beliefs which become our reality.  A hypnotist is really nothing but a guide. The client must want to accept the suggestions to change their beliefs to make positive changes. The client is the one in control.  As a former registered nurse for 33 years, I got into hypnosis after I retired as I discovered it was a neat way to help people create positive changes in their lives.  Imagine making a change that is holding you back. How would that feel? Come by my booth and learn how your mind works and if you like, experience how a deep trance really feels. This is part of my free introductory session that I do with all my clients as I want them completely comfortable with the whole process. As an educated consumer, they can decide if it is right for them before they put any money down. I do not know what is more fair than that.
I welcome everyone, even skeptics, whether you want to make a change or just curious. (You know you want to….)

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