Don&#39;t get burned by summer
Dehydration is another potential trouble. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, signs of mild dehydration include dry or sticky mouth, low or no urine output and lack of tear drops. Drink plenty of water, slow down and get out of direct sunlight to keep this condition from escalating, since it can become life-threatening.
Heat exhaustion and heat stroke also might strike amid the hot summer months.
According to a publication of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration online at www.osha.gov/Publications/osha3154.pdf, the following symptoms accompany each condition.