Why do some people die suddenly from sunburn?
We all walk around in the sun, but why do some people suddenly die from sunburn?
Our body temperature is always 37°C, at this temperature all the organs of our body can function properly.
The body maintains a temperature of 37°C by expelling water in the form of sweat.
Apart from this, water is very useful, when there is a lack of water in the body, our body prevents the release of water through sweat. (i.e. closes)
When the outside temperature exceeds 45°C and the body’s cooling system shuts down, the body temperature rises above 37°C.
When the body temperature reaches 42°C, the blood begins to heat up and the proteins in the blood begin to cook.
During the muscle spasms, the muscles necessary for breathing also stop working
Dehydration causes blood to thicken, blood pressure rises, and blood flow to vital organs (especially the brain) stops.
A person goes into a coma and his body organs gradually stop working one by one, and he dies.
To avoid such problems in hot days, we should drink water continuously, we should pay attention to the fact that our body temperature will be maintained at 37 ° degrees.
In the next few days, the EQUINOX equinox will have a profound impact on the weather of the region.
Please try to stay indoors, room or office as much as possible between 12 noon and 3 pm
The temperature will be around 40 degrees
This harshness of the weather will cause dehydration and dehydration in the body
(These effects are caused by the sun shining just above the equator.)
Please take steps of protection from being dehydration and drink essential water, minimum 12 to 15 glass of water per day to avoid dehydration. The persons having kidney problem and with kidney diseases, must drink at least 6 to 8 litters of liquid per day.
Monitor blood pressure as much as possible. Anyone can get heat stroke
Wash with cold water. Stop or minimize the consumption of meat. Eat more fruits and vegetables
A heat wave is no joke. Keep an unused candle outside the room or in the open, if the candle melts it is a serious situation.
Maintain humidity in bedroom and other rooms by placing 2 open-top containers half filled with water. As the heat is increasing, exposure to it can be very harmful and even fatal.
The average temperature of the human body is 37 degrees centigrade, if a person is ever in an environment with a temperature of 40 or 50 degrees centigrade, then the body temperature also starts to increase. The human body produces and exhaust sweat to keep the the body temperature cool and average. The body temperature remains normal, this cycle continues until there is a lack of water in the body, as there will be a lack of water, the sweat ego will decrease, the body temperature will increase and the person will “lo” Lage ‘ha’ will suffer from ‘heat stroke’
Causes of sunburn
- Doing hard work in hot weather
- Prolonged exposure to sunlight
- Drink less water
- Going out in the heat without covering the head
- Wearing unnecessary clothing in the heat
- Avoid heat and take a bath immediately and sit in an AC room
Symptoms of sunburn
Sudden severe headache
- Darkness before the eyes
- To feel dizziness
- Sweating profusely
- Sudden severe weakness
- Fainting, fast heart rate and fever.
- Skin is hot, red, and dry
- A very high fever
- Maximize water consumption.
Always ensure the use of salt sugar water (Namkol) at the time of Suhr and Iftar.
Avoid consumption of hot harmful and intoxicating substances and cold drinks.
Avoid going in direct sunlight.
If you have to go out in the sun, cover your head or use an umbrella
Do not expose yourself to fans or air conditioners when returning from the sun.
Do exercise at the beginning and end of the day.
Use salad vegetables and watermelon etc. in this season
Actions in case of exposure
Move victim from hot place to cool shaded place or AC room
Keep the legs slightly above the body
Rinse with cold water immediately.
Open the button, zip, etc
Remove excess and bulky clothing immediately by removing socks, shoes, ties, shirts, etc
Lay under the fan.
Apply cold compresses or ice packs on armpits, wrists, ankles and thighs.
If the condition improves, bathe the affected person immediately.
If the condition does not improve, take the affected person to the hospital immediately.
Planting more trees can reduce the heat intensity, and this charity continues
Starting a tree planting campaign with the help of students and youth of your area
-Try to keep your lips and eyes moist