Common Sunburn Symptoms
by Webmaster, All4NaturalHealth.com
This page outlines some common sunburn symptoms.
Over exposure to the sun, especially during periods of strong sunlight, can bring about inflammation and reddening of the outer layers of ones skin. Sunburn may then result.
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There are different degrees of sunburn. Mild sunburn may only cause slight skin redness and irritation. The skin may also become warm and tender. This is somewhat akin to a "first degree burn".
With increased sun exposure, moderate sunburn may then result. This kind of second degree sunburn is more serious, and may include pain, swelling and blisters in addition to skin reddening. This is quite a bad sunburn.
Severe sunburn, which is akin to a "third degree burn", always shows blisters and usually would include damage to deeper tissue, for example the skin may turn purplish. There may be large blisters with pus and scarring may also result. In addition, the person may develop a headache, chills, flu-like symptoms, nausea, and / or a fever.
It would thus be sensible to undertake measures at
. If you are already suffering the effects of sunburn, you may want to consider using some
suggested natural methods and remedies for sunburn relief.
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