It doesn't matter where the heat caught you - on the seashore, in the country house or in the office. In any case, if you don't follow some rules, you risk getting sunstroke.
Sunstroke occurs when an unprotected head is exposed to direct sunlight. His companions: stuffiness, calm weather, drinking alcohol in the heat. At the same time, intracranial pressure rises, blood vessels expand and there is a strong blood flow in the head.
The symptoms of sunstroke depend on the form of exposure. With a mild degree, nausea, headache, increased heart rate, and dilated pupils are observed. In a more severe condition, vomiting, lack of confidence in movements, and fainting appear.
If you suspect sunstroke, call an ambulance. Move to the shade or ventilate the area before the doctors arrive. Drink more, preferably cool mineral water with added sugar and salt. Moisten your face with water, apply a cold compress to your head. Wrap a wet sheet over your body if you are at home.
Onion will help with overheating of the body. Rub it on your feet and palms. Drink 2-3 cups of non-fat cream. Take precautions to prevent overheating. Accustom your skin to the sun's rays gradually, at first stay under the sun for about 30 minutes, then no more than 2 hours. After that, it's helpful to take a cool shower or wet wrap.
Do not sunbathe on an empty stomach and immediately after eating. Sunbathe an hour and a half after breakfast or lunch. Sunbathe under the awning. In extreme heat, wear cotton clothing.