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When heat stroke happens, the first thing that should be done is to cool down the victim. Bring the victim to a shady area and loosen or better yet remove clothing. Spray or apply cool water on the victim and put ice packs in the victim's groin area and under the armpits. If the victim can take in fluids, allow them to sip cool water or energy drink.
Published by Marie A. 72 months ago in Overheating & Heat Stroke | +22 votes | 7 comments
Even though the spring and summer months mean lots of fun in the sun it is still very important to always remember proper hydration tips. Be sure to know what symptoms of dehydration to look for in case the situation does occur and what appropriate beverages must be on hand in order to prevent worsened conditions.
Published by Alden Morris 74 months ago in Overheating & Heat Stroke | +2 votes | 0 comments
Learn the 4 Healthy Foods that Prevent Heat Stroke and Dehydration. It is very important to consider the body's health while enjoying the summer season on beaches and swimming pools. This article provides information about the foods that should be consumed frequently to prevent summer related health conditions of the body. Also, it is necessary to eat healthy foods and drink plain water during this season.
Published by Mark Cruz 74 months ago in Overheating & Heat Stroke | +2 votes | 0 comments
There are home treatments that you can use to help correct mild to moderate dehydration.
Published by TracyAnn 84 months ago in Overheating & Heat Stroke | +2 votes | 1 comments
Dehydration occurs when your body loses too much fluid. Drink water to prevent dehydration, and loss of fluid in your body.
Published by TracyAnn 84 months ago in Overheating & Heat Stroke | +3 votes | 1 comments
What is hyperpyrexia What is heat stroke
Published by John Ferry 87 months ago in Overheating & Heat Stroke | +2 votes | 2 comments
If you spend time outside pushing yourself extremely hard, you may be at risk of suffering heat stroke.
Published by Dustin LaBarge 95 months ago in Overheating & Heat Stroke | +5 votes | 2 comments
Outdoor workers need to combat heat stroke and heat exhaustion during heat waves before medical attention is necessary. Any hot working conditions even during winter months can put workers at risk.
Published by Irene Nevins 95 months ago in Overheating & Heat Stroke | +8 votes | 1 comments
Part Two of a series, this article give suggestions to minimize the negative effects of extreme heat during a heat wave, including helping seniors and ensuring pets are well cared for.
Published by Sharla Smith 96 months ago in Overheating & Heat Stroke | +11 votes | 5 comments
An informative article detailing what constitutes a heat wave, and what the detrimental effects may arrise during a heat wave.
Published by Sharla Smith 96 months ago in Overheating & Heat Stroke | +20 votes | 14 comments
Heatstroke is dangerous and it can come on fast without you knowing it. Understanding what the heat index means can also prepare you and help you avoid heatstroke.
Published by Sam Montana 97 months ago in Overheating & Heat Stroke | +26 votes | 15 comments
Top tips to stay cool during summertime
Published by maria cristina espano 99 months ago in Overheating & Heat Stroke | +5 votes | 1 comments
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