During the hot weather, it can be easy to overheat.
While heat exhaustion is not usually serious, as long as you can cool yourself down, heatstroke is a medical emergency.
Here's what to look for and what to do.
Heatstroke or heat exhaustion?
Heat exhaustion happens when your body is becoming too hot and struggling to regulate or cope.
It can affect anyone, including fit and healthy people - especially if they are doing strenuous exercise in high temperatures or have been drinking alcohol in the sun all day. It can come on quickly, over minutes, or gradually, over hours.
The symptoms you will feel are your body's way of warning you to cool down, fast.
Check out the BBC website https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-62120167 for more info and what to do if you or someone is suffering