What are the signs of heat stroke in humans?

Redness of the skin of the body; dyspnea; weakness; nausea, vomiting; dizziness, darkening in the eyes, visual hallucinations (flickering in front of the eyes, sensation of movement of foreign objects, creeping goosebumps in front of the eyes); frequent or weak heartbeat; the skin becomes hotter, drier; Muscle cramps and pain; rapid breathing; in severe cases – hallucinations, convulsions, loss of consciousness; disturbance or complete lack of sleep

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