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Fainting Heat stroke If you or someone you are with shows symptoms of heatstroke, such as headaches, confusion, or vomiting, seek medical attention immediately.
Doing more in this weather will make you sweat more and feel more bothered.
Check on vulnerable people you know and get medical help if needed. Not enough sleep and dehydration can both greatly impact our mood.
If you have concerns about an uncomfortably hot house that's affecting your health or someone else's, get medical advice. This is critical passs those at higher risk, like the elderly or sick or debilitated people. Things such as using lists, post-it notes, calendars and your mobile phone for reminders can help. last reviewed: 28 June Next review due: 28 June Support links.
It's unclear why this happens, but the symptoms usually improve once treatment is finished. You should avoid becoming pregnant or fathering during your treatment, as chemotherapy medicines could harm the baby.
Some studies have shown that drinking too much in hot weather increases your risk of dying. A bad mood According to psychologists, humidity can put you in a bad mood. To make matters worse, not feeling in control of the situation make some people even crankier.
Speak to your care team if you're struggling to cope emotionally. Avoid caffeine, alcohol and sugary drinks because they cause you to lose more body fluid. Lightweight, light-colored clothing reflects heat and atlk, and helps your body maintain normal temperatures.
Drink plenty of water or non-alcoholic fluids. This should go back to normal after your treatment has finished.
Heat stress and heat-related illness
If you cannot afford an air conditioner, spending some time each day in an air-conditioned place will give you some protection. Here are 5 things you can do to stay cool this weekend: Slow down. Strenuous physical activity should pxss reduced, eliminated, or rescheduled to the coolest time of the day. They can advise you about creams that can help and how to yhe your skin from the sun.
But as this is a new type of treatment, access to it may be limited. Emotional issues Having chemotherapy can be a frustrating, stressful and traumatic experience.
ing a cancer support group may also help. Contact your care team immediately if you have any symptoms of an infection, these include: a temperature of above about insomnia. Air-conditioned spaces markedly reduces danger from the heat. Loss of appetite You may lose your appetite while you're having chemotherapy, but you should try to drink plenty of fluids and eat what you can. Even in less drastic ways, humidity can disrupt some basic functions like sleeping or staying hydrated.
When pas get urgent medical advice While the side effects of chemotherapy can be distressing, most are not serious. If your skin is damaged from a sunburn, you'll have a harder time dissipating the heat.
Your care team can recommend suitable medicines and diet changes that can help. Use a barrier method of contraception, such as a condom. Women may be able to have their eggs frozen to be used later in IVF.
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The science is still pretty limited, but some interesting studies tqlk it might influence brain chemicals that regulate mood. You can also call the Macmillan Support Line free on 00 00 every day, 8am-8pm. Doctors also report they have patients who seem to experience a summer version of seasonal affective disorder. Spend more time in cool environments. They may recommend painkillers or a special mouthwash that can help. Find your local authority Watch out talj s of heat related illness If you or someone else feels unwell with a high temperature during hot weather, it may be heat exhaustion or heatstroke.
Avoid alcohol. Some chemotherapy medicines can also reduce fertility in men and women.
Heat stress and heat-related illness
Never leave anyone, especially children in a closed, parked vehicle. Be extremely careful about hot cars. A heatwave can affect anyone, but the most vulnerable people are: older people — especially those over 75 those who live on their own or in a care home people who have a serious or long term illness — including heart or lung conditions, diabeteskidney diseaseParkinson's disease or some mental health conditions those who may find it hard to keep cool — babies and the very young, the bed bound, those with talk to pass the hot day or alcohol addictions or with Alzheimer's disease people who spend a lot of time outside or in hot places — those who live in a top floor flat, the homeless or those whose jobs are outside Coronavirus At the moment people are more at risk from heat related problems.
Individuals at risk should stay in the coolest place available. Laser therapy, where low-levels lasers are used to stimulate healing, have proved effective in treating or preventing mucositis. You can also get help from the environmental health office at your local authority.
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Before starting treatment, ask your care team whether your fertility may be affected. Memory and concentration problems Some people have problems with their short-term memory, concentration and attention span during chemotherapy. People hto this condition feel depressed and can experience anxiety and in some cases, even feel suicidal.
Ray you're at risk of infertilitythey will discuss your options with you. You may find that routines tasks take much longer than usual. They can inspect a home for hazards to health, including excess heat. last reviewed: 29 January Next review due: 29 January Doing some mental exercises, eating well, and getting enough rest may also be useful.