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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Local doctors say the summer heat has been a little later than usual getting here, and that's caused people to suffer from heat related illnesses.
Dr. Charles Bregier is the Medical Director of Presbyterian Hospital's Urgent Care. He says people's bodies aren't acclimated to the heat yet, so it's causing problems.
"I another person who was out over the weekend in the heat too much and came in this morning with severe headache, nausea and vomiting," said Dr. Bregier.
The doctor advised anyone who must be outside to drink plenty of fluids and take it easy until their body can adapt to the much warmer weather. With highs later in the week expected to be near 100, Dr. Bregier says it won't be the end of the heat illnesses he sees.
But he does say as summer wears on, people will become more acclimated to the extreme temperatures, and be better equipped to cope.