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What are the symptoms of sunstroke?

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.
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What are the symptoms of sunstroke?
Hi Sandra M the symptoms of sunstroke are similar to the flu. convulsive shivering, Headache and possible vomiting. I know what it is like because I have had it on several occasions. If you suffer from Asthma it can actually make your breathing  uk.answers.yahoo.com
What are the symptoms of sunstroke in children?
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
How much time do sunstroke symptoms last?
It depends, I suffer from Heatstroke regulary during summer and it usually ends with me waking up in hospital. Keep your Fluids up all the time and take regular breaks, the colour of your urine can tell if you are dehydrated ( Yellow = bad. Clear =  answers.yahoo.com
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