Dangerous diseases that come with the sun and hot weather.

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Even though Thai people are very familiar with the 3 seasons in our country (summer, very hot, and very hot weather). We still have to be careful to protect ourselves from the strong sun. Let yourself get sunburned. until fainting and drought or have other serious illnesses. To the point of being bedridden Or having to see a doctor wouldn’t be good health.

1. Heat stroke.

Many people are becoming more familiar with the word heat stroke, right? Heatstroke is the English name for sunstroke. or symptoms of fainting from extremely hot weather The body cannot cool down in time. body temperature rises Plus symptoms of dehydration that will help nourish the body. and helps reduce body temperature to normal This is also because we lose a lot of water from the body through sweat. and did not drink water into the body to replace lost sweat It may also be the cause of the body going into shock from dehydration ทางเข้า ufabet  

2. Sun exhausted

Heat exhaustion has symptoms similar to heatstroke. But it may not be to the point of having a seizure yet. Or fainted and collapsed in front of your eyes. However, heat exhaustion is just as dangerous as heatstroke. Because of heat exhaustion It can range from headaches, dizziness, spinning, dizziness, fatigue, exhaustion, nausea, even if you haven’t lost consciousness. But there is a partial lack of consciousness. There may be dangers during work. Or can do activities in daily life, such as getting tired from the sun while working with machinery. or tired from the sun while driving Scary, right?

3. Sun cramps

Who is a runner? Or like to run and exercise? Whether running in the morning, lunch or evening, during the summer the weather is very hot like this. There may be a need to run in the sun sometimes. Therefore, you may be at risk for “sun cramps” which are similar to normal cramps. Muscle spasms, spasms, and pain. The pain in the cramped area is so great that you can’t run anymore. Cramps are usually found in the legs, arms, and back. If you experience sun cramps, stop running immediately, stay still, and slowly drink water or fruit juice. To reduce body temperature and compensate for lost water and mineral salts. If the cramps do not improve within 30 minutes – 2 hours. You should stop running for 1-2 days.