Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Heat Generated More Than Cooling Effect.

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mytontolou.com - Malaysia suffer from global warming or Equinox phenomenon twice each year, in March and September. Then the Sun will be right at the top of the line of the Equator with the hottest temperature especially at 12 noon to 3 pm.

When the human body exposed to hot weather that too for a long time, body systems will fail to function causes uncontrolled body temperature.

In the system of the human body have a temperature control centre which the human body temperature is maintained between 36 to 37.2 degrees Celsius to protect tissues. This condition causes we're exposed to heat stroke.

Heat stroke is a condition when the high temperature extreme more than 40.5 Celsius to result in complications to the nervous system of the brain that can cause the next fatal coma.

Among the early one is getting heat stroke is headaches and amplitudes, queasy and vomiting, shortness of breath, lack of sweating despite the hot weather, weak muscles of the body, dry skin and redness, fainting, seizures and coma.

Heat stroke is a condition more serious if compared with heat exhaustion. Heat exhaustion occurs when a person is suffering from extreme fatigue, the effects of the reduction in blood pressure and the amount of blood.

It is caused by loss of body fluids and salt after exposed to heat on a long periods of time. Sometimes they suffer from heat exhaustion will feel unwell, fainting and sweating to a lot.

It happens when the body temperature becomes high and dangerous as a result ofexposure to excessive heat. The body is no longer able to cool off and start to level of overheating.

Those who suffer from heat exhaustion should be moved to a cool area and given fluids especially plain water to drink. After this is done, they will feel better within half an hour. They also not effect of complications in the future. However, without treatment they will get heat stroke.

Symptoms of heat exhaustion
  • Skin very hot and red
  • Sweating with many
  • Dizziness
  • Extreme fatigue
  • Nausea
  • A fast heart rate
  • Lack of clear water
  • Urine more concentrated than usual
Symptoms of heat stroke
  • High temperatures over 40 Celsius
  • Dehydration
  • A fast heart rate
  • Fast breathing
  • Muscle cramps
  • Confusion
  • Lack of focus
  • Epilepsy
  • Headaches
  • Restless
  • Halusintion
  • Faint
The Advice Of The Ministry Of Health
  1. Postpone or limit activities such as kayaking, cycling, marathon, mountain climbing and other activities during this heat wave occurs until the situation eases back.
  2. If unavoidable, wear hats or umbrellas that can protect themselves from too exposed to hot weather.
  3. Adequate drinking water and drinking water that is already cooked.
  4. Apply a light, bright clothes and avoid dark clothing, thick and tight.
  5. As far as possible be in the home or building. The inmates of the House that has sufficient ventilation or equipment air conditioning if able.
  6. Don't sit in uncovered vehicles without air conditioning.
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