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Heat Exhauslion:
Increased thirst, weakness, mental or physical disorientation, nausea, profuse sweating, cold or clammy skin, visual disturbances.
confusion, bizarre behavior strong and rapid heatbeat, loss of consciousness, body temperature over 104 degree f, lack of sweating with dry, and red skin.
1. As soon as you notice any symptoms of hyperthermia, rest in a cool shaded area with feet elevated.
2. Remove excess clothing.
3. Splash skin with cool or tepid water, or apply cool towels or sheets.
4. If possible, move to an air- conditioned setting.
5. Drink lots of cool water, fruit juice, or sports drinks.
6. Seek emergency medical treatment and advice.

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