Updated Jul. 3, 2014
Heatstroke occurs not only in midsummer but also in this rainy season when the body is not yet used to the hot and humid conditions.
If you have any symptoms such as headache, nauseousness, vomiting, or tiredness, we recommend you seek medical advice without delay.
If you are not able to talk, walk, drink water, or have muscle cramps, call 119 for an ambulance or get someone to call one for you.