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Heat Stroke

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2024-04-03 15:28:12

        Heat Stroke occurs when the body is exposed to high-temperature environments and receives too much heat to the point which it is unable to adjust and control the heat, causing various organs to fail. Heatstroke has been defined by a rise in body temperature without sweating. Feeling extremely thirsty, dizzy, headache, nausea, rapid breathing, vomiting, muscle spasms, dilated pupils, and reduced consciousness. If not treated promptly, you may lose consciousness, which can lead to cardiac arrest and death.

        Wearing thin clothes, staying in a well-ventilated area, drinking plenty of fluids, drinking cold water, ice, and ice cream, and refraining from drinking alcohol during hot weather are all ways to avoid heat stroke.

Written, translated, and illustrated by: Ratchanok T.อาจเป็นรูปภาพของ