One of the most frequent phenomena is the blisters covering the burning skin. This is another consequence of too much UV rays. Such blisters have a fluid inside. The person also might complain of the burning, swelling sensation as well as inflammation. It is better not to scratch the injured areas and not press them. These things are called to protect the body’s surface instead of hurting it.
One reason for the cramps on the beach might be the cold temperature of water in contrast to the beach itself. The second source is the heat. When the person faces a sunburn effect, it may also challenge the heat cramping. The muscles close to the injured regions cramp and hurt too much. It may feel like they are temporarily paralyzed. Try to drink more water when it happens. Do not apply butter to the injured regions as this method does not work as it was recently proved. Apply special sprays and creams only if approved by your doctor. Try chilly water compresses instead – this is a time-tested method of sunburn treatment!
When the sunburn attack reaches its peak, the person may faint all of a sudden. You start seeing black dots and then fall down. As the number of sweat goes up, the risks also increase that you’ll faint. Otherwise, a severe dehydration is expected. It is better to quickly sit or lay down as the person risks fainting. Other outcomes include fatigue and exhaustion.