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Although some research has been done regarding the return of athletes to training following episodes of exertional heat stroke, very few general recommendations are available. This is due to limited scientifically valid criteria to assess recovery from exertional heat stroke, and inadequate scientifically valid criteria to predict who may be predisposed to a subsequent heat injury after experiencing exertional heat stroke.Reference 161 Most of this insufficient information is due to lack of understanding regarding the individual underlying factors that contributed to the initial heat illness episode, as well as initiation and effectiveness of treatment. For this reason most organizations recommend return to play after the resolution of any abnormal clinical symptoms and to gradually increase physical activity and exposure to heat stress.Reference 162 For non-athletes who have previously developed a heat illness the same principles should apply, however the cause of the initial episode should be identified and prevented in the future. 2b1af7f3a8