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Heat exhaustion, lightheadedness, headaches, no sweating. How long will it take to recover?

Believe I got heat exhaustion past friday (inside of building with no air conditioner, high temperatures, high humidty, hot air from fans)...been resting all feel light headed after being the heat for a while walking around..and also just did about 4 minutes of light cardio and felt intense headache, light=headness feel better now.. long before body becomes adjusted..? I didnt sweat profusely as heat exhaustion states, but rather stopped sweating as heat stroke , but I didn t have any of the serious affects of heat stroke...pass out, etc...just light headness, headaches ..
Asked On : Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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dear user
now you have only mild headache , no need to worry .
take complete rest in cool temp.
take increase water . less water intake is cause of heat stroke .
take ors .
no any nedication required .
you will be ok with in 2-3 days .
have more liquid diet to increase hydration status .

gud luck

dr neha
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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