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Posted by IonLoop on 7/30/2015
If you live in a hot climate, you’re probably familiar with heat exhaustion. Often accompanied by dehydration, heat exhaustion occurs when the body fails to keep itself cool, usually related to factors such as high temperatures, humidity and strenuous physical activities. We at IonLoop want to make sure you all stay cool as you’re enjoying outdoor activities this July and August, generally the hottest months of the year in North America.
Know the Symptoms
This is the first step to fighting heat exhaustion early. When exposed to high temperatures or enjoying outdoor sports this summer, be on the lookout for:
If these symptoms are not treated, heat exhaustion can progress to a more serious heat stroke, which can be life threatening.
There are plenty of things you can do to help your body cool itself more efficiently – plus a few things that are out of our control. Conditions that increase the risk for heat exhaustion include:
If any of these conditions apply to you, you’ll need to take extra precautions to avoid suffering from heat exhaustion.
If you or someone around you begins to display symptoms, immediately get out of the heat and rest in an air-conditioned room (if possible). You can also:
In many ways, treatment and prevention are one in the same:
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