Note: I am not a physician.
Be sure to be aware of the warning signs of heat stroke. Heat stroke is a medical emergency. It happens when the body's temperature is raised dramatically and cannot cool itself down.
You might feel dizzy, nauseated, have a headache, vomit, rapid pulse, problems breathing, confusion, seizures, absence of sweat with hot skin.
A person needs to be transported to an ER immediately. The body temperature must be raised.
Be sure to remain hydrated, avoid being out in the heat between the the times of 10 am and 2:00 pm or when the sun is highest in the sky. Do not physically exert yourself in the heat. Keep drinking that water and other drinks with electrolytes, stay cool and remain aware of how you are feeling.
If you experience any of the symptoms above, it's to the ER you go. It's not something to be taken lightly and can be fatal. Heat exhaustion is less serious, but still needs to be tended to vigitlantly.
Children, elderly and athletes are more prone to it. Just be cautious, wear sun protection, stay hydrated, wear sunscreen, avoid direct sunlight and be cautious. Sending good thoughts your way. Stay safe out there in this hot weather! :)