Wells talks Hydration and Heatstroke with WHLT
As summer temperatures continue to rise, Mississippians look for ways to keep cool during outdoor activities. Jeremy B. Wells, MD, with Hattiesburg Clinic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine recently spoke with WHLT about the importance of staying hydrated and ways to avoid and recognize heat exhaustion and heatstroke.
“So those first signs; where you’re excessively sweating more than you would expect, you’re pale, you’re kind of dizzy, you’re starting to just feel nauseous. That’s early signs from heat dehydration,” said Wells.
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