A heat stroke may occur when a person stays under the sun for a long time Usual body temperature is 98.6°F, in an heat stroke it rises to 104°F Children[…]
Health Conditions: Heat Stroke
Heatstroke can occurs if when the body temperature reaches rises above 1040F or 400Cdegrees Celsiusor more.
This rise in body temperature may take place when one is exposed to high temperatures for a long period of time or if one performs any strenuous activities in a hot and humid climate.
Usually this condition is associated with malfunctioning of sweat glands or dehydration. Both these conditions impede sweating & cause the body’s natural cooling system to fail.
Playing in hot sun can lead to a heat stroke It occurs when a child’s body creates more heat than it can release