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As the heatwave in Norfolk continues, carers are being advised to take steps to avoid dehydration and heatstroke in anybody they are looking after who is elderly or who has heart, breathing or mobility problems.
Norfolk Carers has teamed up with pharmacies as part of our “Carer Friendly” pharmacy initiative, to advise carers, anybody looking after someone who is ill, frail or who has a disability, mental health condition or addiction, to take steps to avoid dehydration or heatstroke in anybody who may be at risk, and to watch out for any signs of heat-related illness.” Balazs Varadi, Pharmacist from Total Health Pharmacy in Watton, says: “Hydration is very important for anybody who may be vulnerable to the heat; people need to drink much more than usual; not too much tea or coffee or sugary drinks, just plain tap or mineral water.
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