The temps are high, and in many places so is the humidity. After an afternoon of running errands or working outside in the sweltering heat, you may find yourself exhausted with a banging headache wanting to sleep the rest of the day to recover.
Heat exhaustion comes when the body cannot cool itself down enough to keep a healthy temperature. Heat-related illnesses include heat rash, heat cramps, dizziness or fainting, worsening of existing medical conditions and heat exhaustion and heat stroke. As the air temperature rises, your body stays cool when your sweat evaporates. I wanted to talk a little bit about some ways that you can still exercise, work and play outside and not have a heat stroke or heat exhaustion.
Get ready to learn:
- How to stay well hydrated to avoiding heat exhaustion.
- What the best source of electrolytes are. HINT: It’s not a popular sports drink
- How certain clothing can actually reduce the risk of heat exhaustion
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