Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Miami breaks temperature records!

Miami is considered a paradise for its thousands of qualities, including its good weather full of sunny days and high temperatures, but this fall, its record has been beaten; it's been 61 years since such a hot November. A temperature of 91°F was recorded at the beginning of the month, surpassing the 1958 temperature of 89°F.

To avoid the heatstroke that hits the state of the sun, Miami Riches has prepared a guide on how to prevent and what to do at the moment of suffering a heat stroke.

Heatstroke is caused by excess heat in the body, usually as a result of prolonged exposure to high temperatures or physical exertion at high temperatures. It is the most serious form of heat injury and can occur if the body temperature reaches 104°F or higher.

Some of the signs and symptoms of heatstroke are:
  • High body temperature.
  • Altered mental or behavioral status.
  • Altered sweating.
  • Nausea and vomiting. 
  • Flushed skin.
  • Accelerated breathing. 
  • Rapid heart rate.
  • Headache.
Follow these tips to prevent it.

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