heat exhaustion is simply exhaustion or collapse due to heat.
There were several cases of heat exhaustion and sunstroke, but happily few of a serious nature.
If the skin is cold, moist, or clammy, the trouble is due to heat exhaustion.
Horses on the race track undergoing protracted and severe work in hot weather often succumb to heat exhaustion.
In heat exhaustion the conditions are opposite—the face is pale and the skin sweaty.
In hot weather, dizziness is a first warning sign of heat exhaustion, which can lead to heatstroke.
Anyone is liable to sunstroke or heat exhaustion if exposed to excessive heat.
Their water would run out and heat exhaustion would get them before they were halfway to anywhere.
The symptoms of fainting, shock, and heat exhaustion are very similar.
Symptoms of heat exhaustion, on the other hand, resemble those of shock.
heat exhaustion n.
A condition caused by exposure to heat, marked by prostration, weakness, and collapse, resulting from unrecognized or unavoidable dehydration. Also called heat prostration.