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Heatwave update by the experts on Children in overheated cars

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Heatwave update by the experts on Children in overheated cars

Heatwave update by the experts on Children in overheated cars. The temperature of Saudi Arabia is increasing in most of the regions and averaging 44-49C. It is important to take care of your loved ones and this time the experts have explained the issues it can cause towards Children. More details below.

Heatwave update by the experts on Children in overheated cars

The astronomers in the region have warned people about heatwaves and children in the vehicles. “With heatwaves, do not close the windows of the car and the children inside without the air conditioning even if the time is short.”

According to Raising Children Australia, there are more effects of a hot day to children. “Overheated cars can cause children to suffer life-threatening heatstroke, rapid dehydration, suffocation and death.” Cars parked under shade can also cause deaths. So it is important to take extra precautions. “The younger the child, the greater the sensitivity to heatstroke, and the faster the child will dehydrate.”

On a hot day, the temperature inside a parked car can be as much as 40°C hotter than it is outside. On a cool day, the temperature can be over 20°C hotter. And most of this temperature rise happens within the first five minutes.

Raising Children – Australian Parenting website, 2020
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