It’s hot! That’s not just uncomfortable. It can make you sick. Take special care with children and the elderly, because their bodies don’t cool as well.
Wear loose clothes, don’t exercise at the hottest part of the day, and stay hydrated. Symptoms of heat-related illness may include cramps, nausea, and pale moist skin. Go to a cooler place, drink fluids, and put cool cloths on the skin. If you are not getting better or if you have more serious symptoms such as high fever, fast heart rate, warm and dry skin, confusion, change in behavior, or convulsions, call 911.