Riverside, California 2021-06-08 06:01:07 –
Corpus Christi, Texas — It’s not the first day of summer, but it’s already in the midst of a heat wave.
It is important to be aware of heat stroke and heat stroke.
What is the difference?
Symptoms of heat exhaustion include excessive sweating and a fast or weak pulse.
Heat stroke can also cause the skin to become red and dry, or unconscious.
According to health experts, people experiencing heat exhaustion should go to a cool, dry place, drink water and take a cold shower, or use a cold compress to lower their body temperature.
If you have symptoms of heat stroke, call 911 immediately to see your doctor.
People who work outdoors are at increased risk of heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
“I take about five minutes every two hours to rehydrate,” says Felipe Paniagua.
Kingsville Fire Chief Adam said there are no resources currently open to the public, but encourages people to identify their senior neighbors.
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