(WXYZ) - You may think the extreme heat we're experiencing isn't affecting you. But keep in mind, if you exert yourself in high temperatures today and don't take care of your body, it can catch up to you tomorrow.
While one day in the heat may not affect you, several in a row can add up causing serious problems for your body.
The best things you can do are to stay inside with air conditioning, and drink plenty of fluids, especially water.
The Centers for Disease Control has a guide on how to recognize heat- related illnesses and the best way to treat them, and check out the extreme heat toolkit at the bottom.
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