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Which of the following conditions of hyperthermia is moderately serious? Heat Stroke Heat Exhaustion Heat Cramps

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    The progression from least to worse is: Heat cramps -> heat exhaustion -> heat stroke

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    So which one do you think is moderately serious?

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    so heart stroke

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    That would be the *most* serious...so not that one.

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    heart cramp

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    That would be the least serious :) Moderately means "somewhere in the middle"

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    Heat cramps aren't very serious. Heat exhaustion is moderately serious because the next level is heat stroke, which is life-threatening.

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    so is heart exhaution

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    Yes...but it's HEAT exhaustion...not heart exhaustion. :)

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    thanks

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