Protect your head against the sun
Tip 3: Wear a cap or a hat
Wear a cap or a hat or something else, as long as it protects your head. By putting something on your head, the sun doesn't shine directly on your head and you prevent headaches. Do you still suffer from headaches while standing, sitting, lying or cycling in the sun? Then there is a good chance that you are probably "overheated". Other signs of overheating are nausea, dizziness, sweating heavily, cramps in your arms and legs, red skin (heat stroke) or, on the contrary, a very pale skin (heat exhaustion).
If you get these symptoms, be wise and take a step back (in the shade).