So, it's rapidly approaching summer, and the soon-to-be 100-110 degree weather outside the metal ovens, (and, of course my cars AC doesn't work) and I was curious as to anyone's preparations or ways to compensate or endure the heat. In regards to loading trailers, I should add. Right now, the weather is around 90 degrees, and it generally feels like 95-100 in the trailers. I feel the energy being drained out of me as I work, which goes doubly when I forget to bring a Gatorade or eat two meals before coming to work. And, when it's humid, God when it's humid, the back of the trailers are suffocating, literally suffocating. Anyone who's loaded trailers in the heat have any recommendations? I've heard that almost every summer someone is passing out or throwing up; I would like to avoid that. I know drinking a lot of water is ostensibly a treatment, but I thought perhaps there are some more nuanced ways of dealing with the heat.