Sunstroke and Heatstroke Sunstroke and heatstroke have a similar effect on the body. Sunstroke occurs when you are exposed to the sun i.e. direct heat rays from the sun. Heatstroke on the other hand may arise from indoor heat plus low humidity when your body can not maintain the normal body temperature. The inability of the body to sweat, which is the body’s way of releasing excess heat, may raise the individual’s temperature to above 105 oF (41oC) or more. At first, the victim may be mentally confused and complain of a bad headache. Later he may
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