If a baby breaks out in a cold sweat and drops in body temperature what temperature is too low?
four degrees Fahrenheit
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i wouldn't say there is a temp that is too low for your engine to run. the cooler it runs the less heat your heater will be able to put out though. if it is running cooler than normal your thermostat may be stuck open, which will give you trouble in warmer temps.
A baseline body temperature is 98.6F degrees. But adults can runone degree higher or lower and still be their normal temp.
When your body temperature reaches 103 or more, then it is toohigh. This indicates that there is a fever and a person should seekmedical attention, especially if it has been more than three days.
Normal body temperature is about 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. For most people, it will be within 1 or 2 degrees of this normal temperature. It does not matter what your age is, it should be about the same. When exercising though, it can go up due to generation of body heat.
Maintenence of a stable body temperature requires that the amount of body heat lost is balanced by the amount produced. Heat is a product of cellular metabolism; thus, the more active cells of the body are the major heat producers. These cells include the skeletal and cardiac muscles cells and the c…ells of certain glands, such as the liver. As the body temperature rises, nerve impulses stimulate structures in the skin and other organs to release heat. (MORE)
Yes, this is the temperature when most people "pass out" or lose consiousness. I hope your temperature isn't this low! :O
lay down on your back and drink lots of water eat food like chocolate if have diabetes
Aslong as it is a gradual decrease in temperature (i.e. not taking a fish from 60 degree water and throwing it into 33 degree water) the fish can survive right up to freezing water. In an outdoor pond setting aslong as an area below the ice for swimming remains unfrozen, they can survive.
97.5 is too low. Our NICU would not release our baby unless he could keep his temp above this on his own (open air bassinet wearing clothes and blankets). Our ped was concerned that we had to take him outside wearing 2-3 layers in August and he was still having trouble keeping above a 97.5. hths
Cooling is done by evaporation. So when we sweat evaporation takes place and the temperature is regulated.
Try looking up "Wilson's Temperature Syndrome." An imbalance of the hormones the Thyroid produces. The typical thyroid test may show that it is working normally, which it probably is. Good luck.
Very bad things happen when your body temperature gets too low.Your body systems start to shut down and you could die.
Sweat glands are crucial to maintaining body temperature. They doso by making you release excess heat through sweat and evaporationof it.
There really is no set temperature. When you get way, way below zero, you can still get "snow". It's basically diamond dust though, which condenses (deposits, actually) right out of the air at those vapor pressures. Though that technically isn't snow I think because it isn't precipitation. Either wa…y, there is a very long spectrum of types of snow, and it can snow way below zero Fahrenheit. (MORE)
to low they would need to get it back up or they could get sick or something to high just they ma get a feaver
As the sweat evaporates from your skin it takes some of your body's heat with it. Think about water evaporating, you always need a heat source - the sun, the stove, etc.- for the sweat to turn from liquid to gas it also needs heat which it pulls from your body. This in turn lowers your body temperat…ure. (MORE)
Well possibly. if you just had a drink smoked or ate right before taking your temp. then it is not too low. If you did wait about 15 min. and then take your temp. if it did not change then yes you are sickk
they become very cold, its like their internal organs freeze and they become slow at working, this can cause the mammal to die. the internal organs do not freeze while the animal is alive...
37.5 degree celsius. The temperature of sweat is the same as a person's body temperature, normally about 37Â° C (98.6Â° F).
a low body temperature could mean nothing. I have a lower body temp then most people and I'm healthy as a horse. Or it could mean that your going into shock. That's unlikly though.
i am no doctor but i think 35.1 is a low body temperature. maybe you took your temperature wrong...so try taking it again. 35.1 degrees Celsius is about 95.18 degrees Fahrenheit. Since the optimum temperature for your body to be working at its best is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, or about 37 degrees …Celsius, I'd say you're a little bit cold. (MORE)
When body temperature drops below normal do chemical reactions proceed too rapidly and do body proteins begin to break down?
No, when body temperature drops below normal the body will slow down in its functions and go into "preservation mode".
it releases a water like substance all over your body so that air can run against it and make it cold, therefore cooling your whole body.
\nPerspiration (also called sweating or sometimes transpiration) is the production of a fluid, consisting primarily of water as well as various dissolved solids (chiefly chlorides), that is excreted by the sweat glands in the skin of mammals. Sweat contains the chemicals or odorants 2-methylpheno…l (o-cresol) and 4-methylphenol (p-cresol), as well as a small amount of urea.\n. \nIn humans, sweating is primarily a means of thermoregulation, although it has been proposed that components of male sweat can act as pheromonal cues. Evaporation of sweat from the skin surface has a cooling effect due to the latent heat of evaporation of water. Hence, in hot weather, or when the individual's muscles heat up due to exertion, more sweat is produced. Sweating is increased by nervousness and nausea and decreased by cold. Animals with few sweat glands, such as dogs, accomplish similar temperature regulation results by panting, which evaporates water from the moist lining of the oral cavity and pharynx. Primates and horses have armpits that sweat like those of humans. (MORE)
In humans, there are two kinds of sweat glands which differ greatly in both the composition of the sweat and its purpose.. a: Eccrine gland :- These produce sweat that is composed chiefly of water (99%) with various salts. The primary function is body temperature regulation. It contains minute a…mount of fatty materials, urea, and other wastes. . b: Apocrine :- Apocrine sweat glands produce sweat that contains fatty materials. These glands are mainly present in the armpits and around the genital area and their activity is the main cause of sweat odor, due to the bacteria that break down the organic compounds in the sweat from these glands. Emotional stress increases the production of sweat from the apocrine glands, or more precisely: the sweat already present in the tubule is squeezed out. Apocrine sweat glands essentially serve as scent glands.. For more details contact me at: email@example.com (MORE)
N defentily , you need to either A) get LOTS of sleep and lots of fluid or B) go to the hospital
When a personÃ¢??s body temperature drops, it is usually causedbecause someone is exposed to extreme cold temperatures. There arealso disorders and medical conditions that may cause hypothermia.
When we get heated we sweat. The sweat will then evaporate off the skin and has a cooling effect on our body. If one is going to be in a situation with high temperatures, sweating because of vigorous activity, or if one has a fever; it is wise to drink plenty of fluids. Fluids keep the body from deh…ydrating and overheating. That is why professional athletes drink plenty of Gatorade. (MORE)
Well the key reason for preventing you body temperature going too high or low is first off controlled by homeostasis. To prevent us from say hypothermia of heat stroke, are body goes through positive and negative feed back. What those two are is the body's mechanism from distinguishing what has a so…lution and what doesn't. When we get cold are body shakes this is a defense mechanism to tell the brain that the body is very cold and to shake to cause heat so are body temperature can climb back up, that would be a negative feed back mechanism. And so if are body temperature is exposed to server hotness are body tells the brain to open up are sweat glands and what is taking place is glands dilate and sweat cools the body down to bring body temperature down. These only work when not exposed to coldness or heat for massive amount of time because if so there's the cause of freezing and getting hypothermia and when it's to hot the risk of heat stroke. So I hope that can answer your question on what the key reason why we don't over heat, or freeze to death. (MORE)
It could be, particularly if its that low during hours you are usually awake. Could be a sign of low thyroid activity(hypothyroidism).
Yes that is low most peole should range at 98.6 F. If you don't feel sick you should still ask a doctor ! Good luck
If a hamster's body temperature is cold, it must be warmed quickly,but gently. Placing it next to your body inside your clothing is agood way to accomplish this without risking damaging the hamster.
YES. Anything below 95F can indicate a serious health problem. Usually with the thyroid or adrenal gland, though it could be a slew of other issues. A temp of 67.8 would require immediate physician care.
i have a temperature of 34.3 most days. At night i shiver even with the heating on . The doctor has checked for thyroid but says he is not concerned with thyroid levels. should i be concerned,
Sweat glands secrete water onto the surface of the skin. When this water evaporates it carries with it body heat, thus cooling the body and lowering temperature.
If body core temperature is low enough it could result in hypothermia. Well as you obviously know you start to shake when your temperature drops, this then attempts to warm you up as you are moving your body
The lowest temperature ever recorded in Antarctica was -81 degrees. I think normal temperatures in interior Antarctica would be about -50.
What happens to mammals when their body temperature drops too low and why does the body display such a reaction?
When a mammal's body temperature drops below the normal temperature at which most body functions remain functioning, they are said to be in a state of hypothermia. Hypothermic mammals display symptoms such as slow respiration and heart rate, lowered blood pressure, shivering, eventually a loss of co…nsciousness and ultimately, if the hypothermia is severe enough or if it is left untreated, death. When in a hypothermic state, the body goes into survival mode. While in survival mode, the body will begin to do things internally to preserve heat so that it stays alive. These internal reactions include shivering, narrowing of the blood vessels (known as vasoconstriction), rapid breathing and rapid heart rate. sickness and change the colour of the skin (MORE)
Sweating secretes fluid onto your skin. As the heat in your body excites this fluid (heats it), it draws energy out of your skin and causes the fluid to evaporate. Since it is drawing thermal energy out of your skin, it cools, thus cooling the blood vessels in your skin (which are dilated due to you…r increased temperature). The effect is your skin cools and so does your blood. As the blood is pumped back towards your core, your core temperature drops. (MORE)
it doesn't drop, it increases -------- Although increased temperature (fever) is a common symptom of sickness, some people do often experience a temperature drop when sick. Certain viruses may cause this reaction. Although this doesn't really explain why, rest assured that a temperature drop wh…en sick is normal for many people. (MORE)
I think that when it gets to be about 60 F at night, and 72 during the day. I live in the country in Mississippi, and we had several wasp nests on our house this summer, but now it's getting down to about 60 at night, and I haven't seen a single one.
Anything below 35C is considered Hypothermia. I just had 34.9 myself after a cool day and a frozen berry smoothie. I was cold as heck and checked on Wikipedia and it said anything below 35. Though its mild as it barely qualifies as hypothermia.
Yes, it is very low even for a grown up. 35Âº Celsius is the same temperature as hypothermia victims, so expect extreme shivering, blue/gray skin and numbness as well.
Usually the same as normal - 37C or 98F If you have a fever it's a bit up, and if you have hypothermia it's a bit down, but a cold, on its own, shouldn't change your body temperature.
Yes, it is caused by the blood flow going to your stomach to begin digestion, which takes away the blood flow from the rest of your body
When exercising the body sweats to cool off so its temperature does not get too high what process is this?
its the process of stop asking questions about your homework on the internet and start paying attention in class dummy
The condition of an extraordinarily low body temperature is known as hypothermia. The adverse is hyperthermia, which is the condition of an extraordinarily high body temperture.
Because, when you sweat, it evaporates from the surface of your skin, taking excess heat with it. This makes you feel cooler.
When a person's body temperature is too low they can become hypothermic or enter into a state of hypothermic shock if their temperature stays too low for an extended period of time.
Your body systems will begin to shut down. All of them work at a normal range.