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What is the condition of deficient body temperature?
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ingesting large amounts of certain amino acids(such as found in nutritional yeast)can have a thermogenic effect,especially on an empty stomach.
It may be due to low intake of sugar or due to high amounts of insulin secreted in body.
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The Skin, during hot conditions, simply sweat.Sweat is actually a mixture of water, certain minerals,urea, etc.The sweat is fluid and when this fluid rests on human body surfa…ce, it absorbs heat from our skin.When heat is taken out from our body, we feel cold and thus get rescued from heat.
What is a Serious condition in which the body temperature is greatly elevated because of retention of body heat?
Hypothermia. Broken down: Hypo- meaning 'low'. -thermia referring to temperature.
Hypothermia means low body temperature.
No body temperature is kept constant regardless of the weather by Homeostasis, which is a inbuilt mechanism in the bodies of mammals and some other animals.
Who needs fluoride? Many governmental health agencies recommend that both children and adults receive some level of fluoride. Children need fluoride to protect their permanen…t teeth as they are forming. Adults need fluoride so that they can continue to protect teeth against tooth decay. Several groups of people could benefit especially from fluoride treatments because they have a higher risk of tooth decay. This includes people who have: . A history of cavities or tooth decay . No or little access to dentists . Poor dental hygiene . Diets with high amounts of sugars or carbohydrates . Snacking habits . Braces, crowns, bridges, and other teeth restoration procedures . A lack of saliva or dry mouth
Hyperthermia, also known as a fever.
In addition to poor dietary intake of folate itself, deficient intake of other B vitamins can contribute to folate deficiency. These vitamins include thiamine, riboflavin, and… niacin which must be present in adequate amounts to enable folate to undergo metabolic recycling in your body. Excessive amounts of folic acid, however, can hide a vitamin B12 deficiency, by masking blood-related symptoms. Poor protein intake can cause deficiency of folate binding protein which is needed for optimal absorption of folate from your intestines, and can also be related to an insufficient supply of glycine and serine, the amino acids that directly participate in metabolic recycling of folate. Excessive intake of alcohol, tobacco, and coffee can also contribute to folate deficiency.
Primary hypothyroidism is caused by a problem with thethyroid gland itself that produces a low amount of thyroid hormone. Secondary hypothyroidism occurs when another problem… interfereswith the thyroid's ability to produce hormones. For example, thepituitary gland and hypothalamus produce hormones that trigger therelease of thyroid hormone. A problem with one of these glands can make your thyroidunderactive. Sometimes, an underactive thyroid that results from a problem withthe hypothalamus is called tertiary hypothyroidism.