Remedies to avoid heat wave

Remedies to avoid heat wave: Be careful, carelessness can be fatal: Risk of heat stroke is highest in sweltering summer heat, heat stroke can even lead to death, take these measures to avoid getting heat stroke.

The Meteorological Department has declared heat wave alert in many states of the country. in the states of North India in the coming days

Due to the heatwave, the hardships of the people will increase. 

Temperature will be above 40 degrees in most states of North India. According to IMD, this impact on the weather is due to Cyclone Moka in the south.

Remedies to avoid heat wave

The Meteorological Department has announced a 5-day warning.

Even a little carelessness in this season can be fatal. Today in work news we will know tips to avoid heatstroke and heat stroke. We will also talk about the dos and don'ts of this season. 

Question: What is a loo?

Answer: A strong hot wind blowing in summer is called ``loo''. This problem is more in the months of April to June, because the temperature is very high and very hot and dry winds blow during these three months.

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Q: When does heat stroke occur?

Answer:  Heat stroke occurs when the temperature is too high. At the same time, if your face and head are exposed to direct air and sunlight for a long time, you may get loo. 

Question: What are the causes of heatstroke?

Answer:  There are no one or two causes for heat stroke. There are also many reasons related to lifestyle such as- 

  • Exposure to direct sunlight and heat from cold weather or air-conditioned rooms.
  • Exposure to hot wind and sun for many hours.
  • Exercising a lot in summer.
  • Drinking less water than the body needs.
  • By not eating things with cold properties.
  • Wear breathable clothing.
  • Drinking too much alcohol in hot season.

Question: How to know if we are suffering from heat stroke?

Answer:  When the following symptoms appear in the body, it means that you are suffering from heat stroke. 

  • Body temperature should be about 101 or above 102 degrees.
  • The body becomes hot and red.
  • Frequent thirst even after drinking water.
  • The skin starts getting dry.
  • Sweating stops.
  • Nausea occurs.
  • Vomiting and diarrhea begin.
  • Feeling weak and tired.
  • Headache and dizziness begin.
  • The heart rate increases and breathing begins to quicken.

Q: What are the do's and don'ts to prevent heat stroke?

Answer:  Understand with the following graphics. 

Question: Who is most at risk of heatstroke?


  • Children
  • old
  • People who are already sick
  • Weak immune system

Question: What should be done if heatstroke occurs despite taking preventive measures?

Answer:  Consult a doctor. Follow these tips 

If you get heat stroke, do this first.

  • Move the person suffering from heat stroke to a cool and shady place.
  • Gently wipe the body with a damp cloth.
  • Rub ice on underarms and back.
  • Keep a wet towel on the head for a few minutes. So that the mind can calm down.
  • Try to normalize breathing and drink water.
  • ORS, salt-sugar syrup or lemon water can also be given.
  • In case of vomiting, diarrhea and dizziness, call an ambulance at 108.
  • Take him to the nearest health center.

Question: What should not be done in case of heatstroke?

Answer:  Dr. According to Medhvi Aggarwal. 

  • If the person is unconscious or vomiting, do not give them anything to drink.
  • Do not self-medicate to lower body temperature.
  • Do not place the patient in a room exposed to direct sunlight.

Question: Can a person die from heat stroke?

Answer:  Yes. According to Dr. Sharad Sheth of Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, the increase in temperature has a direct effect on the human body. 

  • As soon as heat stroke occurs, it starts affecting the blood vessels that carry blood to different parts of the body.
  • Every part of the body needs a lot of effort to work. It damages brain, heart, liver, kidney.
  • Kidneys are most affected by heat stroke. In this, due to lack of water in the body, urination becomes very low or stops. Death can also occur in such a situation.

Home Remedies for Heat Stroke

Rub raw milk on the bottom of the patient, it will remove all the heat from the body and give immediate relief. If the milk becomes curdled, it means that the heat of the loo is subsiding. Repeat this process often.

Mix barley flour and onion and apply it on the body. Provides instant relief from heat stroke. Take the patient outside, put a bunch of wool mixed with rose water in the ear, put whole salt on the navel of the patient and pour water over it with a fine edge. All the heat will go away.