Sunstroke is a reaction from too much exposure to the sun. it results in burnt skin, dizzines, loss of conciousness, hyperventilation, purple skin, incoherent speech, muscle pains, stupor and lethargy.
Not medical advice. Symptoms of sunstroke in adults or children: elevated body temp; hot, dry skin; hyperventilation; headache; dizziness; fainting. report this answer. Updated on Friday, February 03 2012 at 12:00PM GMT. Source: www.kgbanswers.co.uk
Synstroke is the name given when the body is overcome with heat and colaspses or faints. The body is clammy, and pale. Sunstroke differes from heat exhaustion in that in the former, it is the shut down of the brain while in the latter, it is the body answers.yahoo.com