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Effects Of Hot Weather On Embryo
Loud heartbeat and easy exhaustion when I exercise, and the hot weather outside almost seems unbearable. Medicine side effects or problem?
Yes on average: Bacteria are programmed to grow at rates related to environment including food source availability, competing organisms and temperature. On average if the temperature is raised a little, the bacteria can grow faster. It too much of a rise, that may inhibit the growth. Bacteria inside the body grow adjusted to a fairly uniform temperature, but outside temperature will have little effect there. ...Read more
Fluid: Stay out of the sun if possible. Drink enough fluid to produce good urine output. Take naps if you can. If you must work, move slowly and keep a bottle of water by your side. If you get dizzy from the heat use ice packs under your arms and around the back of your neck. Consider going to an emergency room if it gets really bad. ...Read more
Wearing less clothes: Tendency to be naked at home or only wear thin light clothes. Blood vessels tend to be more dilated in hot weather and more constructed in the cold weather. ...Read more
Excessive sweat: Water pills may not seem to work during hot weather because your legs are more prone to swelling during heat. You may need a slightly higher dose and need to elevate your legs as well. ...Read more
Can going from hot weather into air conditioning trigger migraines, or make a current migraine worse?
Migraine Triggers: A variety of external and internal factors can trigger a migraine attack in certain individuals who may have a genetic or neurochemical predisposition to migraine. External triggers such as weather-related changes, high humidity, high altitude, sensory input such as glaring or flashing lights, sunlight, loud noises, and exposure to odors, head trauma, and stress. See OFP specialist. ...Read more
I was advised years ago to wear long sleeve shirts in very hot weather to help control overheating . Is that true?
Yes, but...: Yes, that's true. Long sleeve shirts & pants will help in hot weather if it is thin, breathable (preferably cotton), light-colored clothes. This will keep the hot sun off your skin, perspire less, & lose less water. For example, in equatorial africa and the middle east, they normally wear long sleeves. This is not just cultural but a good tactic against the hot sun. Cover the neck & head too. ...Read more
It's 76 out. I'm hot sweaty. Took my temp it's 99.7 oral temp. Is this normal? Can hot weather cause body temp to be high?
Can a person hyperventilate in hot weather in the summer? What I mean is does the sun cause hyperventilation in some people?
Hyperventilation: I imagine you are asking if some people pant when they get hot? No. Animals pant in attempts to cool themselves. Humans have sweat glands. ...Read more
When the weather changes I get a lot more anxious especially in hot weather. I spend a lot of time at the beach how can I stop the anxiety naturally?
CBT psychotherapy: For mild-moderate anxiety I always hope people will try targeted therapy before medication. You can learn how to avoid, reduce and manage your symptoms w/ skills that will help through your life. You'll learn to understand yourself better and make choices that pay off. As a young adult, now is a wonderful time to do this. Best! ...Read more
Why do I entirely feel better in cold weather, and have a severe intollerance to warm and hot weather? My body becomes hot very quickly. Frm texas!
No: The scrotum is designed to be a cool haven for sperm. Hot tubs, hot pants are associated with poor sperm quality; it is unlikely/improbable that men are more fertile in hot weather. That is not to say that they are infertile in hot weather or more fertile in cold weather. The sperm prefer cooler temperatures, since they are the source of male fertility, they need to be happy-cooler is better. ...Read more
Same for cold weathe: Care is the same regardless of weather. Immediate wound irrigation and cleansing is paramount, followed by wound exploration for penetrating injuries tomdeepmstructures followed by appropriate antibiotic and tetanus prophylaxis and drainage or repair are essential principles of management. ...Read more
Yes, but....: Yes, you will lose weight faster while exercising in hot weather but it is due to sweat more. As soon as you drink water, you will be back to the same weight. Effective weight loss is burning more calories than you consume. There is no magic bullet -- you have to eat less and workout more. Period. ...Read more
Yes: Aging is associated with depreciation of cellular energy. Hot weather is stressful to all of us but is more so at 80 and you do not have the energy reserves that you had in youth. ...Read more
No: Not around the waist usually but in the legs and feet, yes. ...Read more
My sister is 23years old.she drinks too much coffee regularly which is strong.is it ok for her?that also in hot weather.
If you're fit and regularly exercise, does that mean your body can cope better in hot weather? If I exercise will I tolerate heat better?
Possibly: If you're healthy overall, exercise improves your endurance and could improve your tolerance to hot weather. Either way, you will have to stay well hydrated in hot weather. Some athletes can easily get dehydrated especially in activities such as marathon running. Avoid direct sun and excessive heat either way. ...Read more
Water balance: Exercise in hot weather will make you sweat more. This level of water loss/dehydration may give you a temporary weight loss, but this will go away after hydration. Probably best not to overfocus on day to day/hour to hour weight, and focus on the bigger picture of your overall health: exercise (strength, endurance, flexibility), diet, hydration, stress reduction, etc. ...Read more
Not cause, but: It can worsen your distress. Don'y get dehydrated — drink water. Intentionally learn some breath control. Periodically do this: Inhale thru nose for count of 6. Hold in lung for count of 8. Blow out like extinguishing candle fully for count of 10. This will look like smoking pattern. It is good for relaxing and gets rid of old air and trains a pattern of better capacity. ...Read more
Heat and headaches: Sun overexposure can cause headache and nausea, most worrisome is heat stroke in old terms. However, simple dehydration can cause these symptoms, especially if you live in a drier climate. Some migraine patients get headaches on exposure to light from the sun, without the need for over exposure to heat. ...Read more
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