July 9 - Tip by Blaise Dubois
Tip by: Blaise Dubois
Heat stroke - During a long run, mainly in hot and humid weather, measure your effort! A heat stroke is characterized by a change of state (confusion, convulsion, stupor, coma) and a body temperature of more than 41°C. The emergency treatment is simple. You must quickly lower your temperature to less than 38°C (take a 3- to 6-minute ice bath or go into the shade) and start the hydration process.
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