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Uncomfortable In Hot Weather
I feel nervous and uncomfortable after 2minutes in hot weather.I don't even sweat or overheat just get pale,very restless and dizzy that i can't move.
You need : An evaluation. You could have a neurological condition that keeps you from sweating. ...Read more
No: The scrotum is designed to be a cool safe 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 sweating 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
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 you're 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
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
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