Precautions to avoid Heat Stroke

Precautions to avoid Heat Stroke

Heatstroke is a condition achieved by your body overheating, generally on account of long receptiveness to or genuine exertion in high temperatures. This most real sort of hotness injury, heatstroke, can expect your interior hotness level to climb to 104 F (40 C) or higher. The condition is most typical in the mid-year months.

Here are a few Symptoms of Heat Stroke...

Extreme Headache
Nausea and vomiting
Pounding HeartBeat
The skin turns Red, Dry, and hot
High Blood Pressure
Nose Bleed
Muscle cramps and pain
Darker urine
Intense Thirst

If you have these symptoms, get diagnosed as soon as you can.

Heatstroke is a severe condition. It can easily Damage your Heart, Brain, Kidney, and Muscles. Delaying the treatment can even lead to Death.

If you see someone having a Heat Stroke, immediately take them to the nearest emergency room. Meanwhile, Remove spare clothes from the person, Keep them indoors in an Air-Conditioned room. Put any cold thing you find nearby such as Coldwater, Ice Bag, or any cooling thing, directly on their head.

Although we can take a few precautions to avoid this situation altogether.

Few Precautions to avoid Heat Stroke-

Avoid roaming in the heat unless it's essential.
Cover your head with a Cap or Scarf to avoid the Sun Rays directly falling on your head.
Drink as much water as possible to avoid Dehydration.
Wearing Breathable but excess clothes will allow your skin to breathe and don't evaporate all the moisture from your body.
Avoid Dark Coloured Clothes.
Take extra care of yourself if you feel you are at high risk.

Few things to add to your diet to Maintain your Body Temperature-

Coconut Water and Buttermilk
Kokum Sarbat or Juice
Aam Panna (Raw Mango Drink)
Aloe Vera Juice

Bonus Tip: Apply Freshly made Sandalwood Paste on your Forehead and Chest to maintain the Body Temperature.


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Author of the Blog: Dr. Rajeshri Mehta

Expert Review By: Dr Smita Pankaj Naram

Co-Founder, Ayushakti Ayurved Pvt Ltd