Seniors are at risk for heat stroke during hot weather
Seniors need to be more careful of overheating and heat stroke because their bodies can’t adjust to high temperatures as well as younger bodies can.
And older adults are more likely to be dehydrated, which increases their risk.
In fact, 36% of heat-related deaths in the U.S. were among people over age 65, according to a CDC report.
To keep seniors safe and comfortable, we’ve rounded up 10 practical, senior-friendly ways to help them stay cool indoors.
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