Loss of appetite.
Nausea, with or without vomiting.
Urge to defecate.
Chills (goose flesh).
(10) Rapid breathing.
(11) Tingling of the hands and/or feet.
c. Heatstroke. Heatstroke (also called sunstroke) usually occurs in people who
work in a very hot, humid environment for a prolonged period of time. In heatstroke, the
body's temperature regulating system fails and the body's internal (core) temperature
increases to dangerous levels. Heat stroke is a medical emergency that can be fatal if
the casualty's body is not cooled quickly. The following are signs and symptoms of heat
Flushed, hot, dry skin (lack of perspiration).
Loss of consciousness.
Weak and rapid pulse.
(10) Weak and rapid breathing.