Heart Stroke

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Heart Stroke

Heart Stroke is an uncontrolled increase in your bad temperature.

Increased sweating due to very hot temperatures can lead to dehydration.

Dehydration stops sweating from occurring which leads to the core body tempertaure increasing even further.

If your body isn't cooled down, the normal systems for controlling body temperature break down and this results in death.

Causes of heat stroke include...

  • exercising in very harm conditions.
  • very high humidity
  • dehydration

Symptoms of heat stroke are..

  • confusion
  • red/dry skin
  • low blood pressure
  • convulsions
  • fainting
  • rapid heartbreat.
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