Woman with scissors on the head Was heat stroke caused by a stab when he fell? Osaka June 16 17:34
A 74-year-old woman died in a housing complex in Nishinari Ward, Osaka on the 14th of this month, and police confirmed that it was due to heat stroke. Experts are calling for the proper use of air conditioners, as the heat is expected to increase and more time will be spent indoors due to the new coronavirus.
On the afternoon of the 14th, a 74-year-old woman who lives alone in this room was found lying down on a veranda in a municipal house in Nishinari-ku, Osaka.
When the police scrutinized the scissors on the woman's head, she found that the cause of her death was heatstroke.
The police are investigating that the scissors in their hands may have been stuck for some reason when they fell consciously due to heat stroke and fell down.
On this day, the maximum temperature in Osaka was 30.7 degrees Celsius, and it means that the women's room had no air conditioner.
Experts are calling for the proper use of air conditioners instead of the patience of the heat, as it is expected that the heat will begin to increase and more time will be spent indoors due to the new coronavirus.
Expert "Active use of air conditioner without depending on feeling"
Professor Yoshimitsu Inoue of Osaka International University, who is familiar with heat stroke, says that it will be important to use the air conditioner properly because the heat will become serious in the future and the new coronavirus will increase the amount of time spent indoors. .
In particular, elderly people say that they are less likely to feel the heat, "I want them to check the thermometer and use the air conditioner proactively, rather than relying solely on their senses."
In addition, since he has been unable to exercise because he has continued to refrain from going out, he says that he has not been able to build a body for sweating to dissipate heat, ``exercise lightly such as walking during the cool morning and evening hours to sweat. It is important to improve your ability.”