Protecting Yourself during a Heat Advisory

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Savvy and Company

A heat advisory is implemented when the heat index reaches 105 degrees.  In conditions like these, your body is at risk of fatigue, cramps or exhaustion, and even heat stroke.  It is important to be prepared when facing a situation like extreme heat, especially in humid areas rather than arid.

There are many steps you can take to protect yourself, for example, drinking plenty of water and staying hydrated, stay inside a cool room with air conditioning, and wearing lightweight clothing with lighter colors.  To learn more about staying safe in the heat, read the article, "Surviving a Heat Advisory."  

 

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Lauren Williams, CPO
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Dan Richman Wow, I had no idea heat stroke is more of a risk in humid areas than arid. That warning alone is priceless. Thank you!

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We've been hovering around that level all week. We've doubled up on water for both ourselves & our pets and limited our outdoor activities.

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