Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
When working or playing outside, be sure to drink water every 20 minutes according to WebMD. To prevent heat exhaustion or heat stroke, stay hydrated. You can even get dehydrated when swimming or playing in the water.
Here are the symptoms of heat exhaustion:
Heat stroke is a medical emergency. If you suspect heat stroke, call 911 immediately. Heat stroke occurs when the core body temperature is above 104 degrees Fahrenheit, but fainting may be the first sign of heat stroke.
Other symptoms may include: