Extreme high temperature From: 22-07-2019 15:00 Until: 23-07-2019 15:00 warning for: Extreme high temperature Level: Orange info button

Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness. call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 

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 From: 22-07-2019 15:00   Until: 23-07-2019 15:00
Extreme high temperature  Level: : Orange 
français:
Chacun d’entre nous est menacé, même les sujets en bonne santé. , Le danger est plus grand pour les personnes âgées, les personnes atteintes de maladie chronique ou de troubles de la santé mentale, les personnes qui prennent régulièrement des médicaments, et les personnes isolées. , Chez les sportifs et les personnes qui travaillent dehors, attention à la déshydratation et au coup de chaleur., Veillez aussi sur les enfants., Les symptômes d’un coup de chaleur sont : une fièvre supérieure à 40°C, une peau chaude, rouge et sèche, des maux de tête, des nausées, une somnolence, une soif intense, une confusion, des convulsions et une perte de connaissance. En cas de malaise ou de troubles du comportement, appelez un médecin., Si vous avez besoin d’aide appelez la mairie. , Si vous avez des personnes âgées, souffrant de maladies chroniques ou isolées dans votre entourage, prenez de leurs nouvelles ou rendez leur visite deux fois par jour., Accompagnez-les dans un endroit frais. , Pendant la journée, fermez volets, rideaux et fenêtres. Aérez la nuit, Utilisez ventilateur et/ou climatisation si vous en disposez. Sinon essayez de vous rendre dans un dans un endroit frais ou climatisé (grandes surfaces, cinémas…) deux à trois heures par jour., Mouillez vous le corps plusieurs fois par jour à l’aide d’un brumisateur, d’un gant de toilette ou en prenant des douches ou des bains., Buvez beaucoup d’eau plusieurs fois par jour si vous êtes un adulte ou un enfant, et environ 1.5L d’eau par jour si vous êtes une personne âgée et mangez normalement., Continuez à manger normalement., Ne sortez pas aux heures les plus chaudes (11h-21h). , Si vous devez sortir portez un chapeau et des vêtements légers, Limitez vos activités physiques., Pour en savoir plus, consultez le site http://www.sante.gouv.fr/

english:
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness. call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 

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