One more thing people who were attacked by the UV rays of the sun may notice is the increasing fever. The temperature of the body changes as the sunburn attacks, so it is logical that a fever may appear due to such fluctuations. The temperature may achieve more than 104° F. The patient might complain of dizziness and sleepiness. It is better to call emergency.
Those who face the sunburn effect experience the strong desire to vomit as the organism feels like being fed up with the waste material. This symptom occurs only in case of a rather severe sun poisoning. Vomiting is very risky as it provokes ongoing loss of water. If you start feeling cramps, be ready to vomit sooner or later. That is why you should always have a lot of water with you in any hot day.
If the person faces polymorphous light eruption (PMLE), the bumps will cover the body. Native Americans have higher chances of PMLE. In this case, the blisters appear on every damaged area. If you have specific genes, you risk facing this severer condition of the sun poisoning more than others. The itchy sensation will remain for 2-3 days. Better not to touch the lumps.
Treatment and prevention measures. People who lack melanin are at higher risks of experiencing a sunburn of the severe level. Thus, they have to enrich the amount of this element in their organisms. Of course, it is better to avoid staying on the beach under the direct UV rays during the hottest days – even the strongest protection won’t help. Instead of scratching the blisters or lumps, it is better to try Aloe Vera gel. It is a good thing to try. Apply extra hydrating lotions with special moisturizing creams to ease the pain if you cannot stand it. Only in the extreme cases of sun poisoning, the person will be placed in a hospital.