If you live up north, or in a particularly chilly climate, the first day you can go outside without needing a jacket is a glorious occasion, one which deserves a celebration. If you live down south, or are used to tropical temperatures, the heat might not be that big of a deal to you. Yet regardless of whether or not you are accustomed to having a little fun in the sun, anyone can get too hot in the summer. Whether you're a warm weather veteran or newbie, you still need to be aware of the signs of heat exhaustion.
Being from Miami and living most of my life in Florida (the Sunshine State), I'm no stranger to triple digit temperatures. Blame it on growing up in the heat or having the kind of confidence that comes with being on the cusp of adulthood ("I'm 18-years-old, Mom, I'm an adult now) I ignored all the signals my overheated body was sending me and promptly passed out at the beach with friends.
Nothing sets you straight like having the motivation to never face public humiliation in front of a group of your peers again. So take it from me, getting too hot is serious and you should definitely watch out for these signs of heat exhaustion in yourself and those around you.