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How to prevent heat stroke

Heat stroke is a severe condition that results from prolonged exposure to high temperatures, leading to the failure of the body’s cooling mechanisms. This can cause damage to internal organs and, in severe cases, even lead to death. Prevention is key when it comes to heat stroke, and here are some essential tips to help you avoid this dangerous condition.

  1. Stay hydrated. Make sure to drink plenty of water before, during, and after exposure to heat. Avoid drinks that dehydrate the body such as alcohol, coffee, and sugary drinks. If you are on a medication that dehydrates you, make sure to consult with your doctor first before spending extended periods out in the sun.

      2. Wear appropriate clothing that is light colored and loose-fitted. Clothing that is too tight or too dark can trap heat, thereby elevating your core temperature. Consider clothing materials that wick away sweat from the body to keep you comfortably dry.

      3. Check the weather reports. Avoid strenuous outdoor activities during the hottest parts of the day, typically between 10 am and 4 pm. When going outside, use an umbrella, wear a hat, and put on sunscreen to protect your skin from the direct sunlight.

      4. Find areas with enough shade when outside. Taking breaks inside air-conditioned rooms, or spending time in places such as community centers, libraries, or movie theaters, can help reduce the risk of heat stroke.

      5. Monitor the elderly, those with chronic illnesses, and individuals with weight issues. It’s crucial to monitor these individuals for any signs or symptoms of heat stroke, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, confusion, and or fainting. Take a shower, apply cool packs, or use a fan to reduce the body’s temperature once any symptoms are identified.

      6. Seek medical attention promptly if you feel that the signs of heat stroke are present. Heat stroke can be a life-threatening medical emergency, and quick action can help prevent further damage to your internal organs.

      Preventing heat stroke requires a combination of hydration, proper clothing, knowledge of the weather, finding adequate shade, and monitoring individuals at high risk, including seeking medical attention when necessary. Taking these preventive steps can help keep you safe from heat stroke and ensure you have a great summer!

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        Celestial Meadows Minglanilla, Cebu

        LTS No. 04492  Date Issued: Dec. 12, 2001 

        Celestial Meadows Compostela, Cebu

        LTS No. 034483  Date Issued: Jun. 6, 2019 

        Legacy Plains Toledo City, Cebu

        LTS No. 26330  Date Issued: Feb. 14, 2013

        Legacy Plains City of Naga, Cebu

        LTS No. 08917  Date Issued: Feb. 6, 2004

        Divine Mercy Moalboal, Cebu

        LTS No. 034531  Date Issued: Sep. 20, 2019

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