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  • Euphoretics and overheating of the body

    The likelihood of experiencing negative side effects from euphorics increases significantly in the summer. When consumed, body temperature rises, and in the presence of heat, this can have serious and dangerous effects, including overheating, heat stroke, and hyponatremia, or a fall in blood sodium levels as a result of perspiring and drinking too much water.

     

    The main signs of hyperthermia


    Headache, nausea, weakness, and dizziness are the initial symptoms of overheating. Vomiting, a dry mouth, extreme thirst, and a purple face are common symptoms. The ears occasionally make pulsating noises and you might feel weak. The person complains of discomfort near the heart as their breathing and pulse rate increase. Body temperature increases, reaching up to 37.5 °C in mild cases and 40 °C in severe cases.

    In the heat, the blood vessels dilate, the blood flow slows, and because a person frequently drinks water, swelling may happen. As a result, the volume of circulating fluid rises, placing an additional burden on the blood vessels. In extreme situations, loss of consciousness or a cardiac or respiratory arrest may happen. In these situations, you need to call an ambulance right away! While the paramedics are on their way, give the victim mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing and chest compressions if necessary.

     

    What to do with overheating and how to cool the body?


    Lay the victim down in a cool area with his head level with his body. If involuntary vomiting starts, be sure to turn the body slightly on its side to clear the airways of vomit.

    A wet sheet wrapped around your body will help you cool off more quickly. If this isn't possible, moisten a towel and wear it like a turban while rinsing your face with cold water and dabbing something cool on your forehead (ice pack or cold compress).
    If the body temperature has reached 39 °C, take an antipyretic tablet to lower it. Avoid allowing the victim to consume alcohol or beverages high in caffeine (tea, coffee), as these interfere with the body's ability to regulate its temperature.

    You need to moisten a cotton swab with ammonia and place it to your nose if you have foggy thinking and breathing issues. Ammonia can burn the nasal mucosa, so this should not be done if a person has already lost consciousness.

    You can drink the Regidron pharmaceutical preparation to restore the water-salt balance in the event of heat stroke: dilute 1 sachet in 1 litre of boiled water and take 500-900 ml in portions of 100-150 ml during the first 30 minutes. Once the symptoms have subsided, the reception should be repeated every 40 minutes. You can also just make salted water by adding a quarter teaspoon of salt to every 100 millilitres of liquid. Take a cool shower later, if you can. While travelling, it's important to drink plenty of water because hypermia can be dangerous. 

    The likelihood of experiencing negative side effects from euphorics increases significantly in the summer. When consumed, body temperature rises, and in the presence of heat, this can have serious and dangerous effects, including overheating, heat stroke, and hyponatremia, or a fall in blood sodium levels as a result of perspiring and drinking too much water.

     

    The main signs of hyperthermia


    Headache, nausea, weakness, and dizziness are the initial symptoms of overheating. Vomiting, a dry mouth, extreme thirst, and a purple face are common symptoms. The ears occasionally make pulsating noises and you might feel weak. The person complains of discomfort near the heart as their breathing and pulse rate increase. Body temperature increases, reaching up to 37.5 °C in mild cases and 40 °C in severe cases.

    In the heat, the blood vessels dilate, the blood flow slows, and because a person frequently drinks water, swelling may happen. As a result, the volume of circulating fluid rises, placing an additional burden on the blood vessels. In extreme situations, loss of consciousness or a cardiac or respiratory arrest may happen. In these situations, you need to call an ambulance right away! While the paramedics are on their way, give the victim mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing and chest compressions if necessary.

     

    What to do with overheating and how to cool the body?


    Lay the victim down in a cool area with his head level with his body. If involuntary vomiting starts, be sure to turn the body slightly on its side to clear the airways of vomit.

    A wet sheet wrapped around your body will help you cool off more quickly. If this isn't possible, moisten a towel and wear it like a turban while rinsing your face with cold water and dabbing something cool on your forehead (ice pack or cold compress).
    If the body temperature has reached 39 °C, take an antipyretic tablet to lower it. Avoid allowing the victim to consume alcohol or beverages high in caffeine (tea, coffee), as these interfere with the body's ability to regulate its temperature.

    You need to moisten a cotton swab with ammonia and place it to your nose if you have foggy thinking and breathing issues. Ammonia can burn the nasal mucosa, so this should not be done if a person has already lost consciousness.

    You can drink the Regidron pharmaceutical preparation to restore the water-salt balance in the event of heat stroke: dilute 1 sachet in 1 litre of boiled water and take 500-900 ml in portions of 100-150 ml during the first 30 minutes. Once the symptoms have subsided, the reception should be repeated every 40 minutes. You can also just make salted water by adding a quarter teaspoon of salt to every 100 millilitres of liquid. Take a cool shower later, if you can. While travelling, it's important to drink plenty of water because hypermia can be dangerous.

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