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Summer is here, and it is hot! It’s been above 90° F the last few days here in Rhode Island and it is a struggle to stay cool. Even if you’re not stuck under the Saharan desert sun, high temperatures and high humidity in your own backyard can quickly lead to heat exhaustion, heat rash and even heat stroke.
Although these can be serious problems, you can avoid them by learning about their causes and risk factors.
Heat rash: Sometimes referred to as prickly heat or miliaria, heat rash develops when your sweat ducts become blocked and perspiration gets trapped under the skin. This may cause a very itchy feeling along with blisters or red lumps.
Heat exhaustion: This is when your body has lost significant amounts of water due to excessive exposure to high temperatures. You may experience symptoms including headache, nausea, weakness, cramps, dizziness or lack of appetite.
**UPDATE** I just learned about this horrible thing that some people refer to as sunburn itch. It’s an incredibly painful itch that sometimes happens after a really intense sunburn. A co-worker of mine had it and was able to find this blog entry of another man who had dealt with sunburn itch and some relief tips.
Heat stroke: This is the most dangerous of the three listed here. After heat exhaustion comes heat stroke. Once your body is dehydrated (has lost too much water) it cannot regulate your body temperature. Being exposed to high heat, high humidity and extreme sun exposure can cause heat stroke as your body temperature rises to well over 100° F. Physical exertion, such as yard work, under these conditions can bring on heat stroke very quickly, sometimes in as little as 15 minutes. Symptoms of heat stroke include high body temperature, dry skin, headache, confusion and loss of consciousness. If you suspect anyone is suffering from heat stroke, call 911 immediately and cool them off as quickly as possible.
How to prevent heat related problems
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