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The Girl Refuses To Wake Up From The Nap - Then The Terrified Mother Realizes The Horrible Truth

The Girl Refuses To Wake Up From The Nap - Then The Terrified Mother Realizes The Horrible Truth

The love we feel for our children is immeasurable and we remain concerned about their health and well being by protecting them to the fullest of the dangers of life. However, small accidents can happen inadvertently or by ignorance of parents and their children may be victims. These incidents can leave parents helpless and gnawed by feelings of guilt. What should be done in these cases?

Among the incidents that may occur, we can cite the example of exposure to heat stroke of a child inside a car. It is clear that it is completely dangerous to stay in a vehicle where the temperature reaches a maximum degree of heat. The compensation system of the human body will be shaken and the body can no longer cool down, creating a malaise with major complications such as neurological disorders, coma or death. However, the danger of an overheated cockpit is not the fact that vehicles but many other unusual places like a room or a room in the house. This risk was incurred by a little girl, named Anastasia who left her mother Jennifer Abma distraught and terrified by fear.

Here is the story:
On a scorching summer day, Jennifer tried to wake her little girl Anastasia from an afternoon nap without success. She found Anastasia all red and soaked with sweat because of the heat in her room.

After 15 minutes of unsuccessful attempts to wake her up, her mother alerted the emergency services who gave her the necessary care to revive her. After a few minutes, Anastasia awoke in tears and totally frightened but safe and sound. Fortunately, this tragic event ended well for the mother and the little girl.

The Girl Refuses To Wake Up From The Nap

Jennifer shared her experience on Facebook to warn everyone about the danger of a temperature rise, even in a room that is believed to be safe from high heat.
This unfortunate incident can unfortunately occur without the fault of the parents. However, it would be vigilant to constantly check the temperature of rooms that can present as many dangers as an overheated car.

What are the symptoms of heat stroke?

The symptoms of heat stroke are common but may differ depending on the person:
  • Headaches due to central nervous system reaction
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Visual disturbances
  • Dizziness, irritation and confusion
  • The sleepiness
  • The rise in temperature
  • Dilated pupils
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Reddish and dry skin
  • Muscle cramps following loss of fluid and mineral salts
  • Acceleration of cardiac activity, due to heat that speeds up the pulse rate.

Tips in case of heat stroke

In case of discomfort due to heat stroke, it is imperative to
  • React urgently and bring the sufferer to a cool place and cool his body with a damp towel, or sleep in a tub of cold water but not cold.
  • Put the person in a stable lateral position.
  • Hydrate the person if they are awake.
  • Transport the person to the hospital in case of unconsciousness, in order to receive the necessary care in the form of nutrients and salts essential for his resuscitation.

Tips and tricks to avoid heatstroke

Prevention is better than cure. Also, simple habits can save many people from this kind of inconvenience that remains dangerous overall.
  • Always air the space in which a person is.
  • Dress in light clothing and cotton.
  • Hydrate abundantly and as often as possible.
  • Avoid all intense physical effort.
  • Cover your head.
  • Hydrate with a large amount of water.
  • Put yourself in the shade as much as possible.
  • Do not confine yourself in a small space.

With all these precautions, we can guard against the danger of intense heat and enjoy sunny days safely.