The body is an amazing thing. Normally, the body can regulate temperature on its own. When it’s cold, we generate heat by shivering. When it’s hot, we cool down our bodies when the sweat evaporates from our skin. But sometimes, it gets too hot the sweat doesn’t cool fast enough to cool our bodies. Heatstroke commonly occurs in places where temperatures reach as high as 40 degrees Celsius, and the Philippines is no exception. With our kids out and about, it’s important to know the causes of heatstroke and learn how to avoid our kids getting overheated. This is especially relevant as the summer months are here.