Staying Safe and Having Fun in the Arizona Sun this Summer
With summer and the dog day months approaching in Arizona, it is important for people to be aware of warning signs for heat-related illness. Heat-related illnesses include heat stroke, heat exhaustion, heat syncope, heat cramps and heat rash. Some of these illnesses can be fatal, if not treated properly and early enough.
According to weather.com, the hottest month of the year in Arizona is July, with the average high temperature in Phoenix being 102 degrees (F) and the average low being 76 degrees (F,) while in Tucson, the average high temperature in July is set at 99 degrees (F), with the average low also at 76 degrees (F). The hotter the temperature, the more susceptible people are to develop heat-related illnesses.
Not only is it critical to know the symptoms, but just as critical to prevent those symptoms from happening in the first place. For more information on how to avoid any heat-related illness, and have a fun and pain-free summer, Download this Flier on Summer Health in the Heat Tips with Phoenix locations! Click HERE Download this Flier on Summer Health in the Heat Tips with Tucson locations! Click HERE