|Throbbing head ache/
Nausea and vomiting/
Lack of concentration
①＋②Cool armpits, groin, neck, and back. Drink plenty of
water or other
fluids containing sugar and salt.
Unless you feel better in 30 minutes, contact your doctor.
Behavioral changes such as confusion, disorientation, or staggering
119 immediately. While waiting for the ambulance to arrive, initiate first aid.
Move the person to a cooler location, and remove any unnecessary clothing, fan the body and wet it down
with a cool sponge or cloth, and encourage the individual to drink cool fluids.
If emergency response is late, call the
hospital emergency room for additional instructions.
Keep a close watch on the elderly and
infants. If you have chronic diseases, please ask your doctor in advance how
you should spend this summer. When you
drink water, avoid caffeine and alcohol, which can speed up dehydration. Also, do not take in too much sweet drinks,
for example, soda, juice and sport drinks.