When it’s summer, people should be aware of the possibility to get a heat stroke, or it’s also called a sunstroke. It can happen to everyone, but people who are over 50 years old, are affected mainly. A heat stroke can damage the brain or can lead to the death. That’s why it’s necessary to call 911 if someone of your family or friends got it.
1. It’s recommended to get acquainted with symptoms of a heat stroke, and having one of them to take measures immediately. The first symptom is a high core body temperature. If it got 105 degrees Fahrenheit, it’s a sign that you should go to the hospital.