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No. Hypothermia is caused when an organism's temperature drops below the temperature required for normal body functions.
Hypothermia is when your core body temperature drops too low to sustain life. It kills you by causing your organs to shut down as you temperature drops. If not reversed in time, you will die.
Hypothermia occurs when the body's core temperature drops below a normal range (about 98.6°F or 37°C). When the body temperature falls to 96°F or below, it can lead to severe symptoms such as confusion, impaired judgment, loss of consciousness, and eventually organ failure. This is dangerous because the body's vital systems can be impaired, and if not treated promptly, hypothermia can be life-threatening.
Hypothermia is a condition in which an organism's temperature drops below that recquired for normal metabolism and body functions. Have a great day, cmf3225
Yes. The water is not warm enough to keep the body at a high enough temperature. People begin experiencing hypothermia symptoms when their body temperature drops ~2 degrees F below their average.
If your baby's temperature drops below 97.7°F (36.5°C), they're considered to have hypothermia, or low body temperature. A low body temperature in babies can be dangerous, and, though rare, may lead to death
Hypothermia occurs when the human body loses heat faster than it can produce. A person can get Hypothermia in a cold climate, in general, if you are naked and exposed to cold temperatures. Swimming or drop in cold/ice water, cold wind, the effect and just being sloppy in a snow storm can all contribute. A person is said to suffer from Hypothermia once your body temperature drops below 96 F
When you live in the polar regions, it's important to wear layers of clothing, to protect your body from hypothermia and freezing to death, because of the extreme cold temperatures. He fell off the boat into the cold sea, and soon died from hypothermia. Hypothermia: when the body's core temperature cools sufficiently to cause extremities, including the head to begin to freeze.
Shivering is a reflex of the body when your body temperature drops. The muscle movement is intended to generate heat, and thus prevent you from developing hypothermia.
hyperthermia is the correct answer and not to be confused with hypothermia which is when the body temp drops
That would hypothermia, and its just as bad.