Cure for sunstroke in Bangalore
A Sunstroke is an acute, life-threatening
condition in which the body's heat-regulating system fails, due to
prolonged exposure to high temperatures, excessive production of heat
or commonly a combination of the two. The body is unable to lose heat
adequately in order to return to its normal temperature. Body
temperature rises to very high levels, which can damage major organs.
It can be further preceded if the body is exposed to heat exhaustion or continuous strenuous activity.
Sunstrokes occur when the body's thermostat cannot keep the body cool. The body relies on water evaporation to stay cool. As temperature rises, the body starts reacting by sweating. When this sweat evaporates, it cools the body. The amount of moisture in the air (humidity) determines how readily sweat evaporates. In very dry air, sweat evaporates easily, quickly cooling your body; but in very humid air, sweat does not evaporate. It may collect on the skin or run off body without affecting the body's climbing temperature.
People particularly susceptible to sunstroke are young children, the elderly, individuals not used to physical activity and concomitant excessive sun exposure (such as overseas visitors walking in the mountains in Africa or beaches in India), people suffering from certain chronic medical conditions, and those involved in certain sporting activities. Skin disorders such as scleroderma can interfere with ability to sweat. Dehydrating medications; for example, the diuretics furosemide (Lasix) or hydrochlorothiaszide (Esidrix) make less water available in the body for sweat, thereby crippling the body's cooling system.
If someone shows the signs of sunstroke, seek medical treatment
immediately. Before medical treatment arrives, move the individual to a
The primary treatment goal is to lower the elevated body temperature as quickly as possible.
Remove the person's clothing and immerse the body in a cold water bath. If this is not possible, cover the body with a wet sheet or towels, sponge down the body with cool water or rub the limbs with ice-cubes.
Place ice packs (if available) at the neck, armpits and groin. Fan the person with a newspaper, towel or electric fan to increase air flow and evaporation.
Elevate the feet to direct blood back toward the head.
While cooling the body down, take the person's temperature rectally every 10 minutes and do not allow it to fall below 38.5ºC. Only immerse the person in a cold bath until their temperature falls to 39.4ºC. Resume cooling if the body starts to heat up again.
Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration and sunstroke. Avoid strenuous activity during hot weather. In addition, avoid drinking caffeinated beverages to keep yourself from becoming dehydrated.
The following measures can help prevent problems relating to heart and sunstroke:-
After providing first aid, which is very essential, the victim
can be treated with homeopathic remedies to reduce the effects caused or to even recover faster.
The prognosis depends on the severity of the condition.
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