Spending a lot of time in the sun in summer causes sunburn and tanning problems.
Prolonged exposure to the sun during the summer can also cause sun poisoning. Most people are confused between sunburn and sun poisoning.
However, sun poisoning is more dangerous than sunburn. Sun poisoning is a deadly form of sunburn. Prolonged exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays causes sun poisoning.
Sun poisoning affects the skin. When exposed to the sun for a long time, UV rays damage the skin, causing a lot of pain and damage.
If there is a problem of sun poisoning, it can be cured by medical treatment.
These are the symptoms of sun poisoning:
– Rashes appear on the skin
– Skin redness, blisters
– Feeling dizzy
– Difficulty breathing
If the body starts showing such symptoms, it is necessary to consume more fluids and stay hydrated. Also, do not touch the affected part of the skin.
Ways to Avoid Sun Poisoning:
– Newborns and infants should be protected from the sun.
– Sunscreen should be used for 15 to 30 minutes before walking in the sun. Use sunscreen above SPF 30. Also, using it every two to three hours is effective.
– Wear full-body covering clothes before going out in the sun. Wear loose clothing instead of tight clothing when going out in the sun. Dark-colored clothes should be avoided.
– Wear Sunglasses. carry an umbrella while going out.
– On hot days, you should try not to go out of the house from 10 am to 4 pm.