Neal Flomenbaum, Chief of Emergency Medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital / Weill Cornell Medical Center. ‘Common injuries include muscle cramps due to loss of water and salt through sweating, heat stroke in the form of headache, nausea and weakness, and heat stroke. ‘.. Weaknessbothered!If the temperature rises and increases the risk for heat stroke, people how their bodies how their bodies handle the heat. Minimizing the stress of heat on the body by staying hydrated and spending more time in an air conditioned environment will keep you cool and healthy during the summer months.

During the summer months and on hazy or overcast days.. – Non – alcoholic beverages. Feel feel as if they cool off, they can worsen the problem. – Do not take salt tablets unless specified by a physician. Persons on salt restrictive diets should consult a physician before increasing their salt intake. – Spend more time in air-conditioned places. Air conditioning significantly reduced risk of heat. – Do not get too much sun.This information was of dailyreports.org by courtesy from the Henry J. E-mail Family Foundation. They can move the entire Kaiser Daily U.S. HIV / AIDS Report search the archives and sign up for e-mail deliveries to daily reports.

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