Some of the symptoms that can be recognized when a child suffers from heat stroke:
- Fever rising
- The skin becomes dry, hot and painful
- Severe headache
- Vomiting and dizziness
- Formation of muscle cramps
- Impaired walking
- Don’t tend to sleep
- Confusion and the emergence of the possibility of the child going into a coma
How To Protect From Heat Stroke?
From heat stroke
Things to do to protect are:
- One should not go out during intense sun hours.
- Choosing clothes in hot weather; It should be in favor of sweaty, thin, loose and light colored clothes.
- To the Sun sunglasses, a hat and an umbrella should be used when leaving.
- Sun cream should be applied before going out in sunny weather.
- Fluids should be consumed as much as the body needs during the day.
What Causes Heat Stroke?
Some of the known causes of heat stroke are:
- Spending a long time in environments with above normal temperature levels
- Consuming too much food in high temperature environments
- Being dressed thick in environments with high temperature