Know how to prevent heat stroke or heatstroke.

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  In our daily life, we inevitably encounter sunlight. Especially in very hot weather It will affect the condition of the body. It causes a risk of heatstroke or heatstroke, so the most important thing is to take care of and protect your body. If you are in a state of heat stroke or heatstroke.

What causes heat stroke or heatstroke?

It is caused by our body temperature being too high. Unable to expel temperature Then there are symptoms like fainting. That is, there is mainly dizziness. The reason is because our bodies are exposed to too much sunlight. or in a hot and humid climate The body is unable to evacuate air. and makes the heat in the body unable to evaporate away When the body temperature is too high It may be caused by a hot location. or exercising too much Makes the muscles create a lot of heat. It may cause the temperature to rise. Which is one of the reasons why the body can’t take it. Therefore a reaction occurred. Respiratory failure is possible.

Warning signs of heatstroke

  1. The patient has extreme thirst. Our bodies become dehydrated because the temperature is too high.
  2. I feel dizzy and feel dizzy when I look at something.
  3. Observe that the patient’s sweat is dry, the skin is dry, and all the water has evaporated. Causes the nervous system to function abnormally

Who is at risk for heatstroke?

  1. Age group

Including children and the elderly.

  1. Group with congenital disease

High blood pressure group taking certain medications such as diuretics โปรโมชั่น ufabet Some people with high blood pressure must take multiple blood pressure medicines. Some people take blood pressure medicine that is also a diuretic. This increases the risk of heatstroke because there is not enough water.

  1. exercise group

Some people exercise too much. and in an open area exposed to sunlight

  1. group of athletes

often exercise in an air-free area There is no ventilation. And the temperature is not very good. This makes them more at risk for heatstroke.