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acclimitization bodys adaption to heat
ad libiyum, eating at ones pleasure
chilblains, redness caused by cold temp
circadian dysrthmia,
conductive heat exchange, heat lost/gained from physical contact with an object
convective heat exchange, heat lost/gained from air flow
evaporative heat loss evaperation of sweat off skin
hyperthermia, elivated internal temp. caused by enviorment
hypothermia, decreased body temp. due to the enviroment
jet lag, mental stress due to changes in time zones
metabolic heat production, internal heat produced by body movement
radiant heat exchange body temp from from the absortion of the sun
SPF sun protector factors 10x factor spf10 spf15 spf20
WBGT Index wet bulb globe temp index air temp humitity wind
altitude sickness nausea vomiting sleep disterbance dyspernia lungs cumulate fluid
heat stroke cherry red face, hot dry skin rectal temp of 105 or grater, sign of death
heat exaustion pale clamy skin , consious , put person in shade with clothing , and cold fluids
Created by: scotty weston