Heat exhaustion is the opposite of hypothermia—the core body temperature increases, usually as a result of hot and humid conditions, plus a lack of water.
- Prevention of Heat Exhaustion
- Wear light, loose clothing.
- Wear wide-brimmed hats, vented if possible.
- Drink plenty of liquids.
- Symptoms of Heat Exhaustion
- Pale and clammy skin
- Muscle cramps
- Treatment of Heat Exhaustion
- Move to a cooler place, and drink water.
- Fan to lower body temperature, but don't over-chill.