Heat Exhaustion

Heat exhaustion is a non-life-threatening, clinical syndrome of weakness, malaise, nausea, unconsciousness, and other non-specific symptoms that can be caused by heat exposure. Thermoregulation and CNS function are not affected, but patients are dehydrated in general and can have a slightly elevated body temperature (

September 3, 2018
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Ways to Stay Cool – Preventing Heat Exhaustion

열 소모, 탈수
July 8, 2018

Heat exhaustion is a temperature-linked illness that can happen after you’ve following the exposure to high temperatures, and it commonly occurs with dehydration. There are two different categories of heat exhaustion: Water depletion. Symptoms include excessive thirst, headache, weakness, and loss of awareness. Salt depletion. Signs encompass nausea and vomiting, dizziness, and muscle cramps. However heat exhaustion tends not to be as critical as heat stroke, it not a condition…

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