Minor Illnesses caused include:
Heat rash, ie. prickly heat
Heat cramps and tetany
Heatstroke most severe form is when the temperature is less than 41.1 C (106 degrees )
There are 3 types of heat illnesses: heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. The most severe is heatstroke.
High body temperature of 106 degrees
Reddish binge to skin
Nausea and/or vomiting
Drink plenty of fluids
Wear lighweight clothing
Protect yourself from the sun
Spend as much time indoors as possible on very hot and humid days
Take frequent drink breaks during outdoor activities
Schedule vigorous activities and sports for cooler times of the day.