Heatstroke or heat stroke
Heatstroke, also known as heat stroke, is a condition in which the body’s temperature rises from exposure to extreme heat. which the body is unable to cool normally inability to sweat through the skin Makes the skin red and dry fast heartbeat Some people may also have brain symptoms. Such as confusion, irritability, delirium, or hallucinations. It can also cause complications. Example liver and kidney failure muscle breakdown have a blood clot in the bloodstream and the most serious is anaphylactic shock.
Heat exhaustion usually occurs in people who are exposed to hot weather around 40-54 degrees Celsius for a long time, including those who work or exercise hard until the body loses a lot of sweat. As a result, blood flow worsens. less blood to the brain Dizziness, fatigue, muscle squeezing pain, headache, nausea, vomiting, fast heartbeat, pale skin and abnormal sweating. Although heat exhaustion does not lead to shock and loss of consciousness. But if you have symptoms while doing activities such as working with machines Cycling outdoors or driving can also be dangerous.
The weather is hot and humid like the weather in Thailand. Can cause sweat glands under the skin to become clogged. until the body is unable to sweat normally A red, swollen, itchy rash, called a heat rash, usually occurs in the crook and groin area. Including skin that has been subjected to friction or under the shade. The rash can be severe and inflamed, with burning, pus, enlarged lymph nodes in the armpits, neck, or groin. Some people may also have a fever. and can cause serious infections.
Another danger that, although not directly caused by hot weather. But the sunlight. This summer can burn our skin. In addition, although sunlight contains vitamin E that is beneficial to the body. But if our skin is exposed to sunlight for a long time. UV rays from the sun will cause the DNA inside our skin cells to mutate. Until there is abnormal cell growth and division which is the cause of skin cancer.