How to protect yourself from heatstroke?

Aakanksha Ahire

By Aakanksha Ahire
Published Apr 18, 2023

What is heatstroke?

It occurs when the body temperature shoots above 40 degrees Celsius that is 105.1 Fahrenheit, as a result of heat exposure

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Health impacts of heatstroke

Failure of intervention to heat exposure can lead to vital organ failure, organ damage, unconsciousness, and death

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Heatstroke symptoms

Vomiting, nausea, slurred speech, weakness, agitation, delirium, combativeness, and hyperthermia behavioral changes are the common symptoms

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People at higher risk of a heatstroke

Elderly people and those on certain medications are more likely to suffer from a heatstroke

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Wearing loose-fitting, light clothes, wearing brimmed hats and glasses, applying SPF 15, and drinking plenty of fluids can help prevent heatstroke

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Sudden exposure to rising heat, being under the sun for hours, and sitting inside a parked car where temperature increases by 11 degrees can cause heatstroke

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