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The temperature is heating up so we’re all going to start feeling hot, hot, hot.

Heat stroke and heat exhaustion can quickly become life-threatening emergencies so help us help you by:

  • Drinking plenty of cold drinks, especially when exercising
  • Take cool baths or showers
  • Wear light-coloured, loose clothing
  • Sprinkle water over skin or clothes
  • Avoid the sun between 11am and 3pm
  • Don’t overdo the alcohol
  • Exercise in the coolest parts of the day (early morning or late evening)

Click here to find out more about the symptoms of heat stroke and heat exhaustion, what to do to reduce these and when to call 999.

999 Ted has some great tips and advice for younger children. Have a look at the SCAS Kids website: https://scaskids.co.uk/kids-zone/stay-safe-and-healthy/summer/

Out in the sun? beat the heat by keeping cool, drinking lots of water and wearing sun cream to protect against high UV