I gave him sips of water and turned up our air conditioner, making sure he was close to the fan.
Children are especially susceptible to getting overheated while outside and can truly suffer from heat exhaustion. When they get too hot, these young 1s can exhibit multiple symptoms that are easy to overlook if you aren’t careful. Spending too much time under the sun can be quite a hazard to young boys because they can come down with headaches, become dehydrated, and feel sick. In some cases, they develop general body weakness and have a weak pulse. If adults ignore the symptoms, children can truly develop dire complications that can be life threatening if not fixed… Last Summer was one such terrible experience for myself and others when our boy went out to romp around as usual. However, he appeared to be turning pale and was drowsy until I brought him into the home just before he was about to collapse. I gave him sips of water and turned up our air conditioner, making sure he was close to the fan. After a couple of minutes, he slowly reacquired consciousness and slowly took some water as he was dehydrated. I later took my little guy to the ER and the doctor advocated that he should consistently stay in cool environments preferably with an AC. All kids like to play outside, and that is healthy, but always allow them to go back inside where there is air conditioning if they seem to get too hot.