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Too much heat is not safe for anyone, especially the Senior Citizens. It is important to be cautious and get help immediately when you are overheated . Types of Heat related illnesses are ; Heat syncope is a sudden dizziness that can happen when you are active in hot weather especially if you take certain medications . Heat cramps- are the painful tightening or muscle spasms in your stomach, arms, or legs. Heat edema- swelling in your ankles or feet when you get too hot. Heat rash- is a skin condition from heavy sweating . Heat exhaustion- is a warning that your body can no longer keep you cool . Heat stroke- is a medical emergency in which the body temperature > 104 . Symptoms include but not limited to : fainting, no sweating, confusion, acting strangely , fast , weak or weak pulse. Tips to stay safe includes: drink plenty of liquids, such as water, fruit or vegetable juices , gatorade, powerade , pedialyte. Avoid alcohol and caffeinated beverages ( check with your doctor if you are on limited fluid intake ) Dress in light colored loose fitting light weight clothing. Avoid outdoor activities between the hours of 11-4 . Use sunscreen of SPF 15 or greater . Repeat as often as necessary . If any additional information is needed, you may contact the health ministry, your doctor or go to nia.nih./gov/hot-weather safety