Tips for the elderly to cope with rise in temperature
The elderly face additional health risks related to warm summer, and with age, their bodies are losing the ability to adapt to hot weather, and worse health conditions of weather and high temperatures may reduce the treatments they receive their ability to respond to the heat.
In this context, the National Institute on Aging, part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, tips to avoid aging diseases related to high body temperature, called the "Heiberthermaa."
According to a statement received by Al Jazeera Net Institute, a rising body temperature on exposure to warm-up, including cases involving sick Alhaabrthurmaa, heatstroke and heat exhaustion, fainting and heat, and heat cramps and heat exhaustion.
Include health factors that increase the risk of high body temperature, pre-existing illnesses such as substantially diminished heart failure, diabetes and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and lack of exercise, and dementia or cognitive impairment, and medications that cause dry or that adversely affect the responses of the heart and blood vessels and sweat glands to heat, excessive weight, alcohol consumption, and drought in general, and skin changes such as low age-related functions of small blood vessels and sweat glands.
And can increase the risk of lifestyle factors, high temperature, Ksguna place of residence, lack of transportation, and heavy clothing, and visiting crowded places, and lack of understanding of how to respond to weather conditions.