Guide To Heat Stroke Symptoms

Rapid Breathing, or Tachypnea

Rapid breathing or Tachypnea is another symptom of heat stroke. As the body tries to cool down, it increases the rate of respiration, which helps to expel hot air and take in cooler air. However, if the body is unable to cool down, rapid breathing can become ineffective, leading to respiratory distress and even respiratory failure.

Written by Martin Davis