Safety Precautions from Heat Stroke


Heatstroke occurs when the body reaches a temperature of 104 degrees or higher, and symptoms can include confusion, altered speech, nausea or vomiting, rapid breathing and a racing heartbeat, among other symptoms. The condition is usually a result of prolonged exposure to high temperatures or physical exertion in high temperatures.

The good news is that it’s often predictable and preventable. Take these steps to prevent heatstroke during hot weather:

Leave a Reply