For the rest of this week, we’re going to witness some intense heat and humidity that could break records for this time of the year. While most of us love summer and the beautiful weather it brings, this extreme heat could be dangerous to you and your family’s health. That’s why it’s so important to remain cool if you’re outside in the days to come. Too many people think that they can handle this high heat without a problem, but trust me, you can’t! Everyone has a heat limit, and it’s probably what the thermometer is going to read for today and tomorrow! You certainly don’t want to have a Connecticut Insurance claim on you hands from a heat related illness that could have been avoided.
So what exactly is a heat-related illness? You always heat about heat stroke affecting athletes who practice outside when the weather is this hot, but it can actually happen to anyone doing any type of activity outside, not just athletes. And what about heat cramps and heat exhaustion? What’s the difference there? Well look no further… we have the answers for all of your questions!