posted on Apr, 1 2014 @ 08:51 PM
As much as I like conspiracies - It's not the sun, but how much you are in it.
For example, I came down with heat exhaustion a couple years ago - I decided that on Memorial Day, when it was 85 and high humidity (no clouds), that
I was going to walk to the beach. Bear in mind, this was no easy walk - I forgot that the 8 mile walk was in an area with no shade, and while it might
have been nice at 11:00am, coming back at 3-4 pm was the worst ever.
Basically, when I got inside, I drank about a gallon of water, and passed out; probably should have gone to the er, as I was still feeling the effects
a few days later.
In short: You can get heatstroke and exhaustion any time of the year; you are just more likely to get it in the late spring/summer because it's
warmer out, and you dehydrate quicker.