During heatwaves or extremely hot weather, it's easy to become dehydrated or for your body to overheat. If this happens, you may develop heat cramps, heat exhaustion or even heatstroke, which is a life-threatening condition.
The heat can affect anyone, but some people are more at risk because their body doesn't regulate heat well, including:
Heatwaves can kill, so learn how to stay cool in hot weather and watch for the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Here's what to look for and what you can do to help.