Heat Cramps Topic Guide
Heat cramps are brief, painful muscle cramps that occur can occur when a person is working or exercising in a hot environment. Heat cramp signs and symptoms include:
The cause of heat cramps is not well known, however, those at risk are infants and children, the elderly, those without proper air conditioning in hot environments, alcohol use, and certain medications. Heat cramps generally do not require medical attention, however, if heat exhaustion or heat stroke is suspected, seek medical care immediately.
Hyponatremia (Low Sodium) Low levels of sodium in the blood is referred to as hyponatremia. Causes of hyponatremia include:
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