With the onset of summer, even in cold climates, the probability of a sunstroke increases. What leads to the emergence of this problem and how to deal with it?
How does a sunstroke occur?
The sunstroke (helioz) is a painful reaction of the vessels and substances of the central nervous system, primarily the brain, to the effect of prolonged insolation. The most dangerous direct sunlight, falling on the naked head. As a result, the local temperature rises, arterial vessels expand, and the venous network remains in the same state. (more…)