- Water depletion. Signs include excessive thirst, weakness, headache, and loss of consciousness.
- Salt depletion. Signs include nausea and vomiting, muscle cramps, and dizziness.
Although heat exhaustion isn’t as serious as heat stroke, it isn’t something to be taken lightly. Without proper intervention, heat exhaustion can progress to heat stroke, which can damage the brain and other vital organs, and even cause death.
- Symptoms of Heat Exhaustion
- Treatment for Heat Exhaustion
- Risk Factors for Heat Exhaustion
- Preventing Heat Exhaustion