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15 Essential Tips for Coping With a Heat Wave

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Careful for heat-related illness

Sometimes you can’t avoid the side-effects caused by a heat wave. If you suspect you or your loved ones are suffering from any of these illnesses, you should immediately call 911:

  • Heat cramps
  • Heat rash
  • Heat exhaustion
  • Heat stroke

Your body might be overheating, or you might be suffering from a high temperature. You might experience bumps on your skin, muscle spasm, headaches, dizziness or nausea.

These symptoms might indicate you that your body was deeply affected by a heat wave. The best thing you can do by yourself is this situation is try cooling down with cold wet washcloths.

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