Tim explains that the onset of hyperthermia is often a flush, red complexion with signs of exhaustion. Severe hyperthermia is when your body turns hot and dry and you're no longer able to produce sweat, and in a situation such as that, immediate medical attention is required. So, in this week's survival installment, Tim will thoroughly discuss heat exhaustion, hyperthermia and possibly even death, and how to avoid all of it by following a few simple rules that'll keep you safe, hydrated and cool.
For more on Tim or to find out about his survival classes visit www.AdvancedSurvivalTraining.com. Tim is also Outdoor Life's Survival Blogger and you can check that out at www.OutdoorLife.com/survival and he now teaches online survival classes at www.OutdoorLifeU.com.