Wear Cotton or Sweat-Wicking Underwear
Because of the high temperature, you should expect extra sweat down there, Dr. Gupta said, which can increase your risk of yeast infections and irritation. Her tip? Wear cotton underwear or undies made from moisture-wicking material. And you're in luck! We have a whole list of these you can check out.
If you don't have underwear that wicks sweat, make sure you change out of anything that's wet, especially after a workout, Dr. Gupta advised. "If you can't shower, at least put on fresh, dry clothes," she said, explaining that, in addition to potential yeast and bacterial infections, the dampness can cause external irritation, itchiness, and redness — which does not sound fun!