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Holy Land Trip In Summer Got Real Sick Did I Just Go Through Heat Stroke
HEAT STROKE: You dont describe your symptoms. Usually good hydration, protection against the sun, a review of all dthe medicines iis important. If there is paralysis or signs of brain malfunction pts need to go to the hospital. If therre is any limitation in speech or function of extremities will need physical therapy. ...Read more
Heat illness is a spectrum of disorder due to envoirenmental heat exposure.It can include heat syncope, heat cramps and heat exaustion more severe conditions are heat stroke, inwhich body temp goes over 105 degree f.Or 40.6 degreec due to envorenmental heat exposure and lac of thermo regulation.This is different than fever where there is physiological increase in ...Read more
The very humid and hot Florida weather through the year makes people drench in their sweat. Can people get heat stroke in it?
Heat Stroke!: No- but it can be prevented. Heat stroke is the most serious form of heat injury and is considered a medical emergency. If you suspect that someone has heat stroke -- also known as sunstroke -- call an ambulance immediately and give first aid until paramedics arrive. http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/heat-stroke-symptoms-and-treatment#1 ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Was that heat stroke or should I be concerned that something worse happened? Got up, didn't eat anything, had no more than a sip of water, and went right outside to work in 90 degree heat. Pretty strenuous stuff in a nearby field. Worked for a while when
There : There are two conditions that can occur prior to experiencing heat stroke. The first is heat cramps which can be felt in the abdominal, arms and legs. These symptoms are associated with excessive sweating, shortness of breath and dizziness. The other is heat exhaustion, which are all of the symptoms you experienced: nausea, exhauastion, weakness and dizziness. These conditions are precursors to heat stroke and can be overcome y allowing the body to cool down, relaxing in the shade (as you did) and rehydrating the body. Heat stroke is associated with the bodies inability to recover from the hot body tempurature and requires emergency medical attention to decrease the chance of brain injury, organ injury and death. It sounds like you recovered from heat exhaustion and are fine now. If you experience any untoward related symptoms such as continued dizziness, abdominal pains, inability to sweat, or ongoing exhaustion, call your doctor. Also, take your tempurature. If it is over 101 consistently, call your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Going on camp in central Australia in September, I'm scared of heat stroke, I always feel dizzy in the hot weather and I'm always dehydrated?
More water: You need to make an active effort to increase your water intake. Dehydration is preventable. A good tip is keeping a large water bottle with you at all times and making sure that you finish it every day, even multiple times. When you feel symptoms, check to make sure you are on target for water drinking, and rest until symptoms improve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heat Stroke: Heat stroke is the most serious form of heat injury and is considered a medical emergency. If you suspect that someone has heat stroke -- also known as sunstroke -- call 911 immediately and give first aid until paramedics arrive. http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/heat-stroke-symptoms-and-treatment#1 ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heat Stroke (Hyperthermia) (Definition)
Heatstroke is a condition where your body temperature rises to 104-105 degrees (farenheit). Your body overheats as a result of exercising in very high temperatures. If left untreated, a heatstroke can cause serious damage to your brain, heart, and kidneys. ...Read more