What is the body temperature during typhoid?
some animals their body temperature does drop along with their breathing rate, during hibernation. In hedgehogs if their body temperature drops below a certain point (it is not known what temperature as its different in all hedgehogs) they will use some of their body fat to start shaking to warm up then move to a warm location.
During hibernation, a bear's body temperature drops to about 88 degrees, 12 degrees less than a normal summer body temperature. During hibernation, bears, do not exercise, urinate, defecate, eat, or drink. The pulse is about 8 beats per minute as opposed to 40-50 beats per minute during non-hibernation time.
Shivering is a kind of involuntary shaking movement of the muscle during the recovery or recuperation of certain amount of a temperature (about body temperature) after temperature dissipation. Urination, although not all, is a kind of temperature release since urine is of higher temperature (about body temperature) while inside the body. Consequently, body shivers to gain back the stable body temperature. I hope this explains understood well. I love YOE DERBOY.
During your menstrual cycle, an elevated basal body temperature indicates that you have entered your luteal phase. This means that you have ovulated and moved on from the folicular phase. During the first part of your cycle, your body produced estrogen which lowers the basal body temperature. Once ovulation occurs, the body begins to produce progesterone, which causes basal body temperature to rise slowly until your period comes. Throughout your cycle, your temperature should rise…
The symptoms of Typhoid fever are a high temperature, abdominal pain, constipation or diarrhoea, a dry cough, headache and mental confusion. These symptoms are felt in the first week. During the second and third week, one can experience a slow heart beat, weight loss, swelling of the abdomen, rapid breathing and internal bleeding.
Your question doesn't exactly make sense. Did you mean 'Does a woman's body temperature CHANGE during ovulation'? If you did, I found a website called ovulation-calender. c o m It says: "During the first the first part of a woman's cycle, the body temperature is lower. With ovulation, the body temperature rises (to create a more fertile environment for the fertilized egg) and remains higher until the beginning of a woman's next cycle." Hope that…
During exercise, the increased muscle activity increases body temperature. The skin responds to the need to bring body temperature back into normal range in two ways. The blood vessels near the surface of the skin dilate to release extra heat, and the sweat glands make perspiration, which evaporates to lower body temperature.