Doctors urge Brit women to ditch knickers and go commando to beat heat

Sizzling Brits are going commando to beat the heat – and doctors say ditching pants is good for you.

Men and women revealed on Twitter they are wearing no boxers or panties to keep cool from the sweltering conditions.

And medics say ditching underwear allows sweating to cool skin more efficiently, reduce body temperature and improve blokes’ sperm count.

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But fellas were warned to take care not to suffer an agonising zip injury.

Sexual health expert Samantha Evans said: “For better health in intimate parts, women should ditch underwear whenever they can and wear long dresses or skirts.”

Medical group Rush said: “Skin is part of your body’s cooling system. Sweating cools the body and keeps its temperature in a healthy range.”

Meanwhile, commando converts urged more people to join them.

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One tweeted: “Free movement with no underwear is good for the wedding tackle in the heat.”

Abi Hynes wrote on Twitter: “Surely we can all agree it’s no bras in this heat.”

It comes as the Met Office further extended its amber warning to cover next Tuesday.

The nation has been warned over “adverse health effects” linked to the baking temperatures on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.

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BBC Weather forecast temperatures of up to 37C on Tuesday with a record 39C possible .

It is set to remain at 27C or higher every day until late July.

The Met Office said: “Temperatures will likely be above average for most towards the end of July, with the potential for it to be hot across England and Wales.”

Meanwhile, rail bosses warned trains could be cancelled and speed limits imposed due to sizzling track temperatures.

A Network Rail spokesman said journey times could be longer due to the slower services and urged passengers to take plenty of water with them.

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