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If you've been out in the hot weather and failed to replace fluids in your body or keep in the shade, you may experience heat exhaustion. Heat exhaustion symptoms include cold and clammy skin, an irregular pulse, sweating, possible fainting, paleness and vomiting. To combat the possibility of heat exhaustion or heat stroke, drink plenty of liquids, stay in the shade, consume salt and don't overdo it!
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|