How to Avoid Heat Exhaustion This Summer

Heat exhaustion can be avoided with some precautions

/ Author:  / Reviewed by: Beth Bolt, RPh

It’s summer, which means fun in the sun! But spending your weekends outdoors comes with some risks.

One major concern to be aware of during the summer months is heat exhaustion. Heat exhaustion can lead to many other medical conditions that can quickly become dangerous.

Ross Tobleman, MD, medical director in the emergency department at Scott & White Healthcare in Round Rock, TX, sat down with dailyRx News to discuss the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and how to protect yourself from severe dehydration. Check out the dailyRx News feature video for the full story.

Review Date: 
June 25, 2015