Sun Sickness Without Sunburn

date: 17 June 2024

Wellness Life Guru Podcast


Feeling sick after spending time in the sun? The truth is you can get sun sickness without being sunburned! Symptom management is key to keeping yourself safe and healthy.

Stay Hydrated

Water - drinking water before, during and after being exposed to the sun is of the upmost importance. Staying hydrated will keep dehydration at bay and you will most likely save yourself

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Seek Shade

Rest often in the shade to help cool your body. Preventing overheating can also reduce the symptoms of sun sickness.

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Wear Protective Clothing

Wear lightweight wide loose clothes hats or caps, also apply on the skinzion protection Cream with high sun protection factor.

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Use Sunscreen

Use sunscreen, a good sun block skin care product with minimum SPF 30. Re-apply every two hours to prevent your skin from getting sunburn.

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Avoid Peak Sun Hours

Avoid exposure to the sun between 10 AM and 4 PM. This way, you can bypass the harshest rays, and reduce the chances of sun sickness.

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Listen to Your Body

Take heed of the signs of sun sickness like dizziness, headache and being sick. Seek out a shady spot, out of the sun, at the first sign you are feeling ill.

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Conclusion Avoiding sunburn means that sun sickness can be managed, in order to enjoy outdoor activities. Drink more water, find shelter, put on protective clothing, and apply sunscreen.


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