You are likely to be spending a good number of hours on your honeymoon in the sun. Walking, outdoor shopping, swimming or relaxing by the sea, you are bound to be exposed to the sun if you have opted for a warm honeymoon destination.
If you are not well protected by a hat, cap or umbrella, or if you are not drinking enough water, you could be affected by heat exhaustion.
Heat exhaustion is one of the heat-related syndromes, which range in severity from mild heat cramps to heat exhaustion to potentially life-threatening heatstroke.
Signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion often begin suddenly, sometimes after excessive exercise, heavy perspiration, and inadequate fluid or salt intake.
Signs and symptoms resemble those of shock and may include:
If you suspect heat exhaustion:
Call emergency medical help if the person's condition deteriorates, especially if fainting, confusion or seizures occur, or if fever of 40 C or greater occurs with other symptoms.
Source: Mayo Clinic