Muscle cramps and nausea
Muscle cramps experienced in a heat stroke are also known as heat cramps. Heat cramps are the first stage of emergency in a heat crises. These cramps typically affect the major muscles that are being stressed in a hot environment. Once again, the symptoms may be associated with dehydration. This is because the cramps are thought to be caused by a deficiency in electrolytes.
The cramps may be experienced as painful cramps in the stomach, arms and legs.
At the same time individuals may also experience nausea and discomfort in the stomach. Experiencing nausea is a reliable indication that heat exhaustion may have progressed into a heat stroke. Persistent discomfort in the stomach when accompanied with other symptoms needs to be treated with medical attention.
If nausea is accompanied by vomiting, try to get medical assistance as soon as possible and keep hydrated on your way to seek help.