Heat Stroke

About- Heatstroke also called sunstroke is a life-threatening condition caused by overheating of the body, generally as a result of prolonged exposure to high temperatures.
 
Symptoms-
Heatstroke Aggressive behavior
Heatstroke Agitation
Heatstroke Coma
Heatstroke Confusion
Heatstroke Delirium
Heatstroke Dizziness
Heatstroke Dry, swollen tongue
Heatstroke Fast, shallow breathing
Heatstroke Flushed skin
Heatstroke Headache
Heatstroke Hot and dry skin
Heatstroke Intense thirst
Heatstroke Irritability
Heatstroke Lack of sweating 
Heatstroke Muscle weakness or cramps
Heatstroke Nausea and vomiting
Heatstroke Racing heart rate
Heatstroke Rapin pulse
Heatstroke Seizures
Heatstroke Slurred speech
Heatstroke Sudden rise in body temperature
Heatstroke Trouble speaking
Heatstroke Unconsciousness
 
Causes and Risk factors-
Heatstroke Alcoholism
Heatstroke Certain medications
Heatstroke Dehydration
Heatstroke Exercising or working in hot weather
Heatstroke Exposure to hot, humid weather for prolonged periods
Heatstroke Heart disease
Heatstroke Lung disease
Heatstroke Older age
Heatstroke Wearing excess clothing

Specialists to visit
General Physician Emergency Medicine specialist

General Physician General Physician

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References
https://www.mayoclinic.org
https://en.wikipedia.org
https://www.webmd.com
https://www.medicinenet.com
https://www.nhs.uk
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com
https://www.healthdirect.gov.au

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