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Heat Stroke
This is a life-threatening emergency that requires immediate medical assistance. The person suffering from heat stroke will have dry, red and hot skin. They may be suffering a serious headache, may feel dizzy and have a dry mouth with a temperature possibly higher than 104 degrees Fahrenheit. Move the person to a cool place, and cover with a wet blanket to help cool them down. You could also place them in a bath of cool not cold water. Wait for the emergency services to arrive.

Heat Exhaustion
The sufferer may have symptoms including, pale skin, heavy sweat, headaches, vomiting, dizziness, wide pupils and thirst. Calm the person down, bring them to a cool place, lie them down and place a wet cloth on their forehead. Give them cool water to drink every 15-20 minutes. Remember if untreated heat exhaustion can lead to heat stroke.

Heat Cramps
These are muscular pains and spasms that are usually the result of over exertion. They can involve pain in the legs and abdominals. The condition is bought on through loss of water via profuse sweating. Take the person to a cool place, sit them down and give then cool water to drink, avoid giving them tea, coffee or sugary drinks.