Be careful! Heatstroke when playing outdoor sports

Be careful! Heatstroke when playing outdoor sports
Be careful! Heatstroke when playing outdoor sports

          Playing outdoor sports activities in the summer carries a high risk of heatstroke. We call it “heat stroke” at any time because, in Thailand, it is during the summer. The temperature is very high, about 40 degrees Celsius. This hot weather will cause the body temperature to rise quickly until there is a condition in the body that cannot adapt or control the level of heat within the body.

          Our Chiangmai Circuit is a tourist attraction in the form of an outdoor go-kart. If you don’t prepare yourself physically beforehand, there is a risk of heat stroke because of driving a go-kart each round. Drivers will be exposed to the sun. And high temperatures. Therefore, we have always prepared for emergencies of this nature.

Warning signs of heat stroke from playing outdoor sports

          Those who regularly play outdoor sports know that extreme activities or exercising hard outdoors raise the body temperature several times above ordinary. Resisting your body can cause dizziness, headaches, irregular breathing, or even shock and unconsciousness. We will tell you warning signs or symptoms you must be careful of.

  1. High body temperature or fever over 40 degrees Celsius.
  2. No sweating; skin becomes dry and turns redder.
  3. Headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, fatigue.
  4. Nervous system abnormalities include slow response, seizures, and loss of consciousness.
  5. Feeling thirsty more than usual

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How to play outdoor sports and be safe from heat stroke

          Of course, outdoor sports require the body to be exposed to the sun for a long time. Many people probably wonder: How can I avoid heat stroke? Today, we have guidelines for the prevention of this disease. If you follow the steps well, Playing sports or exercising in the sun will keep you safe with this type of activity.

  1. If you are a beginner, you should spend at most 30 minutes doing outdoor activities. When your body has adjusted, gradually increase the time period as appropriate.
  2. Choose to wear light-colored, thin fabric that has good ventilation. Wearing dark clothes will absorb more heat than light colors.
  3. Drink 6-8 glasses of water daily. Sip little but often. This will continuously add moisture to your body.
  4. During heavy sports, You should refrain from drinking alcohol. Or drinks that are high in sugar, But drink mineral water. To replace a large amount of water lost

          Whether you exercise hard, Play extreme sports like Driving a go-kart in Chiang Mai, or do any other genre, it’s important to take care of your body. Always prepare before doing activities for your own safety. Then, you will be able to happily join in the fun of the sport you love.