2. Heat Exhaustion
More severe than heat cramps, heat exhaustion can include excessive sweating, clammy skin, a fever over 100.4° F, dizziness, headaches, nausea, and a fast, weak pulse. Heat exhaustion can escalate to heat stroke if left untreated.
- Move to a cool place to rest.
- Loosen your clothing and fan skin to cool down.
- Sip cool sports drinks containing salt and sugar.
- If you experience no improvement, get medical help right away.