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What is a common response for managing heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke? A. Discussing with teammates how it happened B. Resting in a cool area while recovery begins C. Moving more slowly to battle the dizziness D. Fanning yourself before telling a coach about the issue

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  1. JohnN.
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    Get into a shaded area, a cool damp washcloth or ice pack applied to the forehead or the back of the neck can be helpful, elevate the feet/legs a bit, have them drink cool water, fan them, ect. - @Supernova_Sonntag

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    According to this it's probably B.

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