The best way to prevent heat stroke is to strengthen protection, avoid direct sunlight, and reduce the amount of time and exercise during the hot sun or high temperature environment. Replenishing water at any time and drinking more heatstroke and cooling drinks on weekdays can reduce the chance of heatstroke.
Heatstroke Prevention Ten
1. Keep it in a cool and ventilated place, or use an electric fan or air conditioning system to avoid excessive room temperature.
2. Keep an eye on the weather before going out to bring proper equipment.
3. For outings, don’t choose the most intense time between 11am and 2pm, and start exercising before 8am or after 6pm.
4. Avoid strenuous activities in hot weather. If it is unavoidable, wear thin, light, loose and airy clothes. When you are outdoors, wear a wide-brimmed hat to avoid exposure.
5. In the outdoor activities, you can always have a refreshing drink. In addition to boiling water, juice, light salt water and sports drinks, you can also use green bean boiled water instead of boiling water for daily drinking, or drink lemonade or sour plum tea (sweet plum water and rock sugar for cold drinking) Drinks that quench your thirst and increase saliva secretion can alleviate the effects of heat.
6. Drinks containing caffeine, alcohol, too sweet or too cold should be avoided as they can cause paralysis in the stomach. The daily diet should be as light as possible. It is not advisable to eat too much fried or greasy food or excessively strong food, otherwise it will increase the burden on the stomach.
7. Avoid being exposed to high temperatures or sun exposure when you are hungry, lack of sleep, or getting sick.
8. Certain drugs, such as colds and colds, may affect the body’s perspiration function, so pay special attention to heatstroke prevention during medication.
9. Do not leave in the car compartment that is sealed and parked, otherwise there may be oxygen deficiency or even suffocation.
10. When swimming in an outdoor pool or beach, or when playing outdoors, apply sun oil with a sun protection factor of 15 or higher.
This article was reviewed by the consultant doctor.