Heat exhaustion is a warning that your body is overheating.
If you have any of those symptoms, try the following steps:
If those steps don't work, seek help at your nearest Doctors Care center. Heat exhaustion can advance to heat stroke. Symptoms include:
If you or someone else has those symptoms, call 911 immediately. Until help arrives, get the victim to a shady area, remove his or her clothing and apply cool water to the skin. You also can fan the victim and apply ice packs under the armpits and near the groin.