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In fact, it is getting so hot that meteorologists have been forced to increase their temperature scale to 54C and add a new colour code. The unprecedented temperatures have caused outbreaks of bushfires putting lives at risk.
But such high temperatures also pose another risk - to the body itself. Extreme temperatures result in stress to the body. The body works best within a narrow range of body temperature - 36C to The hotter and more humid it gets the more the body has to sweat, increasing the risk of dehydration. In extreme heat the body starts to struggle to cool itself down, which can then lead to heat cramps, heat exhaustion or even heatstroke - also known as needd.
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The latter is a medical emergency which can result in permanent damage to vital organs and even death if it is not treated. So how hot is too hot?
Any hotter and the risks rise. Some of the risk is linked to what a bdoy is used to. Unsurprisingly people in Aurora nd slut hookup countries tend to cope better when the mercury starts to rise. Precautions Research has shown that when the temperature gets to 35C, accompanied by high humidity, health is put at danger.
Once 40C is reached, it can be dangerous even with low humidity levels. Suffice to say at 50C, the risk is even higher.
Much also depends if Gratis-OH party sex individual falls into one of the vulnerable. Older people, babies and young children and pregnant women are all more susceptible to extremes in heat as are those with chronic conditions such as heart or breathing problems. Certain types of medication or meed can have an effect too.
During heatwaves the public are advised to take precautions, such as drinking lots of water, avoiding strenuous exercise and dressing sensibly in lightweight and light-coloured clothes. But in bocy heat it is essential to find a cool environment in which to artificially reduce the body's temperature.
Professor Virginia Murray, of the Health Protection Agency, who has studied the effect of heat on the body, says: "What is really frightening is when the body is not able to cool itself down. The body does not Inn a chance to get rid of the heat. People need to find a cool area of a building or somewhere with air conditioning.
The European heatwave of - the hottest summer since the s - was estimated to have caused the deaths of more than 70, people across the Adult videos Marsing Idaho. Meanwhile, up to 10, deaths were said to have been caused by the hot summer of in the US.
In fact, of all the natural disasters that can strike extreme temperatures are the most lethal, causing more deaths overall than floods, earthquakes and tornadoes. But whether heatwaves or cold snaps are the biggest killer depends on where you live.
In both the US and Australia, heat carries the highest risk. In the UK, it's the cold. More on this story.