Fatigue

Most fatigue is heat intoxication (a major loss of fluids and salt, causing a state of dizziness, lightheadedness, and even shock. It is not to be confused with heat stroke, in which the afflicted person gets red in the face, has a very high fever, and loses as much as 1/4 of his body weight.): take extra salt, drink lots of water to which honey has been added, if possible. Try to sleep or just rest. Breathe freely, follow your breath, and make sure you breathe. Don’t over-eat, keep bowels loose, and drink hot tea of ginseng, cayenne or peppermint. (See Hypothermia.)

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