Sunstroke occurs if a person who is unaccustomed to hot weather spends too long in sunny and humid conditions. Their temperature-regulating mechanisms can become exhausted or fail. They may start to feel faint, weak and tired. In extreme cases, the Skin can feel hot and dry, and breathing may be affected. If this condition is not treated it can become very serious; the victim can lose consciousness and even die.
Sunstroke can be prevented if a person becomes acclimatised to the conditions by gradually spending longer periods of time out in the sun over a period of a few days.
Throbbing Headache, hot dry red Skin
Fever, confusion, behaving stupidly
Cramps due to dehydration and loss of salts.
Shivery and aching, dull feeling in head