Heatstroke Causes and Treatment
Heatstroke? Currently, the temperature is 40 degrees Celsius, and it seems to be rising in the next months.
Summer is here, and so is vacation time. Summer brings with it the issue of heatstroke. Currently, the temperature is 40 degrees Celsius, and it seems to be rising in the next months. The heatwave may rapidly deplete your energies and leave you ill or weak. As a result, we have compiled some information regarding heatstroke and how to manage it.
Heatstroke is a dangerous sickness that may occur in the summer. Heatstroke occurs when the body’s temperature rises fast and it cannot cool itself. Heatstroke causes low blood pressure, dizziness, nausea, unconsciousness, and dry skin.
WHY DOES IT HEAT UP?
Heatstroke is caused by dehydration, extended sun exposure, and physical activity in hot weather. Summer sun exposure may induce heatstroke.
MANAGE HEAT STROKES
Heatwaves and heat strokes are difficult to combat. Drink cold drinks to help chill the body and hydrate. Cool down with cooling blankets or ice.
Take a cold bath to quickly reduce body temperature. After that, eat well to prevent nausea. Wear loose, comfy clothing. Avoid long-distance travel during high solar hours. Avoid drugs that increase body temperature and consume plenty of homemade juice and fruits.