Baldness and Heat Stroke

Summer months are characterized by increasing temperatures. Sweating leads to significant loss of water. Prolonged exposure to the sun, working or wandering around, and swimming in the sea can lead to heatstroke. Symptoms may include excessive fatigue, dizziness, nausea, confusion, fever, and low blood pressure. It should be noted that being under the sun is not necessary for heatstroke. It can occur even in the shade or in a hot environment. Those most affected by heatstroke are children, the elderly, and individuals without hair. In fact, it is recommended for everyone to wear a hat, but those with baldness should pay extra attention to this issue.

Even when driving in a car, without air conditioning and insufficient water intake, heatstroke can occur.