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Heat stroke, its symptoms and treatment

Heat stroke, its symptoms and treatment

Overheating is considered a disease when the body is not able to cool itself, and it becomes excessively hot. Its cooling ability is impaired by sweating when the heat hits it.   Heat stroke may be accompanied by fainting or nosebleeds.

How to avoid overheating?

It is important to know how to behave when someone else's temperature rises. And these are some symptoms:

  • The body gets hot and can't cool a normal breath.
  • The skin warms and flows.
  • Feeling dizzy and unconscious
  • Fatigue and fatigue
  • Combined with fever.
  • Headache and spasm
  • Abnormal heart rate.
  • Causes of hyperthermia

Overheating often occurs during the summer, and it is important to be aware of the reasons to avoid the conditions that lead to this, including:

  • When there is not enough fluid in the body, dehydration causes overheating.
  • Very hot and humid weather.
  • Doing big physical activities in hot weather.
  • The direct exposure to sunlight for a long time
  • Working outside the house in a claustrophobic atmosphere.

How to prevent overheating?

This is done by following a few simple steps:

  1. Stay at home
  2. Lack of direct long exposure to the sun
  3. Stay in the shade when having out
  4. Drink plenty of fluids
  5. Avoid alcohol, tea, coffee, and soda
  6. Covering the body when exposed to sunlight, especially the head
  7. Postpone work outside the house for the evening or early morning time.

How to deal with a sunstroke sufferer?

  1. First, he must be moved to a place free of sunlight, such as sitting under the shade of a tree.)
  2. Remove clothing that may cause suffocation to the injured (hijab for the girl or karate for the man) top shirt buttons
  3. Pour a little cold water on the face of the injured person and then wipe the remaining visible parts of the body to try to lower the temperature and put cold compresses on the pocket and under the armpits if possible
  4. Give the patient cold water or liquids to drink as well to help reduce the body temperature of the patient
  5. If the person is fainting or bleeding from the nose, an ambulance should be called to take him to the hospital for the necessary medical treatment.

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