Heat Stroke (cont.)
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Heat Stroke Symptoms and Signs
These symptoms may linger and progress to heat stroke when the body temperature reaches 104 F or 40 C, and the body stops sweating.
In addition to stopping sweating, the skin of a person suffering from a heat stroke is hot and dry, and sometimes becomes a reddish color.
Confusion, hallucinations, seizures, loss of consciousness, organ damage, coma, and death can occur if not treated quickly and effectively.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 3/26/2015
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