Kate Garraway shut down as GMB’s Dr Sarah Jarvis issues heatwave warning ‘Never do it’

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Kate Garraway and Adil Ray kicked off today’s Good Morning Britain by discussing the weather forecast and how recent high temperatures have led to many struggling to get a good night’s sleep. However, as Kate offered up words of advice on how to keep cool, Dr Sarah Jarvis issued a warning. 

GMB weather girl Laura Tobin revealed night temperatures are set to rise while Kate admitted she’s struggled to sleep.  

Laura said: “It’s the humidity that’s really high. We could have record [high] overnight temperatures either tonight or tomorrow night.

“So it’s actually going to get hotter over the next couple of nights.”

“Everyone’s struggling,” Kate commented. “We need those tips, don’t we? On how to stay [cool].

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“I’ve tried dipping the sheet in water, it does work a bit but then you end up getting too chilly and then you get too hot.”

“Well try and get a job with ITV and they put you in a hotel with air conditioning,” Adil quipped.

Kate hit back: “I’ve got a job with ITV and they’ve never put me in a hotel with air conditioning.”

GMB viewers then sent in their suggestions for how to keep cool during the night. 

One idea involved filling a hot water bottle with cold water and keeping it in the freezer before bringing it into bed.

Kate revealed she had given that a try and said: “It does work, it does help definitely.”

Another suggestion was to have a cold shower before bed but Sarah jumped in to warn viewers about their methods to keep cool. 

She advised: “We don’t want to have a really cold shower. If you have a cool shower and then allow the water to evaporate off your skin… it will definitely help cool you down.”

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“They stole my idea about the cold hot water bottles,” she continued.

“But please don’t forget, never put ice directly onto your skin because that can cause ice burns.

“Put a cool flannel around your neck, and possibly put sheets in the freezer.”

“But again not risking any ice burns, can help,” she added. 

Kate was confused at Sarah’s bedsheet suggestion asking how it was possible to fit the item into a freezer.

“Oh I think I had in my mind a duvet,” Kate remarked realising her mistake. 

Correcting the presenter, Sarah said: “Yeah a bit different, don’t need one of those at the minute.”

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am.

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