With temperatures rising, the possibility of getting a heat stroke is very real. When you’re out too long under the sun, your body may overheat, causing a heat stroke. Take the necessary precautions. Stay under the shade. Hydrate. Avoid physical exertion when the sun’s too high up. If you think you’re having a heat stroke, seek medical help immediately. Here are the symptoms you should watch out for from the Department of Health (Philippines).