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更新日:2017年6月1日

Heat Stroke Prevention

Heat stroke is a serious health condition that can be caused by high air temperatures and compounded by a person’s physical condition. Every year, after the end of the rainy season, the number of heat stroke patients tends to increase rapidly. Please be careful to avoid heat stroke by avoiding unnecessary exposure to sun on very hot and humid days, and days with little wind. Heat stroke can occur inside the house, as well. Senior citizens and children should be especially cautious.

How to prevent heat stroke

Avoid exposure to direct sunlight when outside on very hot and humid days. Use parasols and hats to block sunshine. It is advisable to wear light-colored and loose-fitting clothes. Drink plenty of water to avoid becoming dehydrated. When indoors, use fans or air conditioners to cool down the room temperature. People who are under treatment for a chronic disease should consult a medical doctor about means to avoid dehydration. Having a balanced diet and exercising regularly is a key to avoiding heat stroke.

Symptoms

Light

Nausea, light-headedness, muscle ache, heavy sweating

Moderate

Headache, vomiting, fatigue

Severe

Convulsion, inability to respond when being called, unconsciousness, high fever, inability to walk straight

If you experience heat stroke

Move to a cooler place immediately and drink water or a sports drink to regulate your body temperature and restore your body’s water and salt level. Alert someone near you about your condition and if you don’t feel better, visit a hospital as soon as possible.


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Environmental Policy Subsection and Health Service Subsection

Minato Call - City Information Service
Tel: 03-5472-3710

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