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Body Temperature

Body temperature is one of the vital signs of human beings. Temperature is recorded to check for fever (pyrexia or febrile condition), or to monitor the degree of hypothermia. Normal human body temperature is 37 degrees Centigrade or 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit.

Asked in Cold and Flu, Body Temperature

Can you catch a cold from being in the cold?

No. For example, people in Alaska don't get more colds than people anywhere else. We do have more colds in winter than in summer, but not because of the cold (see more on why below). Cold weather conditions play no role except as mentioned below about absolute humidity levels in the winter. One of the expert scientists (Bill Nye) said that you can not catch a cold from being cold; you catch a cold from germs and being cold has nothing...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology, Body Temperature

Is body temperature 35 degrees celsius good?

You need to see your doctor if your temperature is consistently 35 C. Are you experiencing any weight gain, mental sluggishness, constipation, depression, lack of energy? If so, you may want to have a complete check of your thyroid function... The normal temperature is 37 C or 98.6 F. If it is not your thyroid, it could be something else...you need a diagnostician you trust. ...
Asked in Health, Conditions and Diseases, Body Temperature

Why would someone feel cold all the time?

There are many causes for this. The most common being overly tired. Others include iron deficiency, anaemia, and a slow metabolism and being out in cold weather without sufficient clothing. It could be symptoms of Anemia, Hypothyroidism, blood vessel problem, diabetes and other diseases, once the the feel toward temperature is abnormal, basic checks are necessary to find out if any above mentioned diseases are on the way. BOC Sciences bocsci(dot)com also provides drug discovery...... ...
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What happens to are body when you get too hot?

you sweat and you smell really badly. NO JOKE!!!
Asked in Health, Body Temperature

How do you get a fever overnight?

A fever means that your body is fighting off some sort of intruder, like a bactieria or a virus. It can appear either during the day or at night ...
Asked in Hypertension, Medication and Drugs, Body Temperature

What is the purpose of muscle relaxant drugs?

Skeletal muscle relaxants may be used for relief of spasticity in neuromuscular diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, as well as for spinal cord injury and stroke. They may also be used for pain relief in minor strain injuries. ...
Asked in Body Temperature

Is 96.4 body temperature too low when ill?

N defentily , you need to either A) get LOTS of sleep and lots of fluid or B) go to the hospital ...
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What is the temperature of a sick person?

below 20 degrees means you are very sick
Asked in Cold and Flu, Travel & Places, Body Temperature, Milk

Is drinking milk with ice in it unhealthy?

Not really unless the ice is contaminated in some way. Any drink that is overly cold, and especially if you drink it fast, can cause problems such as a "brain freeze". (Tip: breathe in and out through your nose in fast puffs if you get this kind of headache, the warmer air flow helps.) When the ice melts in the milk, that does nothing but dilute the milk (unless, again, if the ice is made with contaminated water). When traveling to some countries,...
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What is the normal human body temperature?

The average human body temperature is 98.6º F or 37º C, but it can vary somewhat. Older people average a bit less. These values can also vary with time of day. This means that illness may be present, especially in older adults, even when the temperature appears to be within the normal range. It is important for some to establish baseline values on an individual basis, since significant variations from the norm can occur in some individuals. 13oC Average 98.6deg F, 37deg C Average body...
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Body temperature of 40.0c is this too high?

40 °C (104 °F), is somewhat dangerous. Anything over 41 °C (105 °F) can be fatal, and anything above 43 °C (109 °F) will likely kill you. ...
Asked in Vital Signs, Ants, Body Temperature

What body temperature does an ant have?

The ant's body temperature is according to place's temperature.
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Are you sick if your temperature is 36.5?

if your talking about 36.5 degrees Fahrenheit, they you would be dead because your temperature cannot go that low without killing you. if you are talking about Celsius which is about 97.7 degrees Fahrenheit. My opinion is no you are not sick. The normal temperature is 98.6 Fahrenheit and 37 degrees Celsius. ...
Asked in Cold and Flu, Body Temperature, Symptoms, Fevers

Can fever cause feet and hands to feel cold?

yes, it can. it is called chills. Chills (shivering) may occur at the beginning of an infection and are usually associated with a fever. Chills are caused by rapid muscle contraction and relaxation. They are the body's way of producing heat when it feels cold. Chills often predict the coming of a fever or an increase in the body's core temperature. Chills are an important symptom with certain diseases such as malaria. ...
Asked in Infectious Diseases, Body Temperature, Malaria

How does malaria get into the body?

when female anopheles mosquito take a blood meal from a host with malaria, the mosquitoe took the malaria bacteria's gametes with the blood meal. the gamestes fused together in the mosquitoe's gut forming the infected stage. if the mosquito then bit a non infected human host, the infected stage of the bacteria will enter the bloodstream vai the salivary gland of the mosquito. ...
Asked in Body Temperature, Cold and Flu

What body temperature is dangerous?

there are two body temperatures that can be dangerous. The body's normal temperature should be 37.5c. This is the temperature at which the body can work best at. If the body temperature rises above 37.5c this is a condition called Hyperthermia when the body absorbs more heat than it can dissipate. Temperatures above 40c are life-threatening and needs treating immediately. If the body temperature drops below 37.5c then this condition is called Hypothermia this is usually caused to excessive exposure to cold settings...
Asked in Cold and Flu, Body Temperature, Symptoms, Fevers

Is a fever of 100.8 a high fever for an adult?

No, but it's only 0.2 F. degrees away from what would be considered a high fever. Oral temps between 99.5 F. and 100.0 F. are MILD fevers, and 100.1 F. to 100.9 F. are MODERATE fevers. 101.0 F.and over is a high fever, and 104.0 F. or more needs immediate medical attention. However, you can still have a fever at as low as 99.0 F. taken orally (this is called a "low grade fever"). ...
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What is the lowest body temperature ever recorded?

One of the lowest documented body temperature from which anyone has recovered was 13.0 °C (55.4 °F) in a near-drowning incident involving a 7-year-old girl in Sweden in December 2010. ...
Asked in Vital Signs, Body Temperature, Fevers

What temperature is considered a fever?

Normal body temp is 98.6. If it is 99.6+, it is a fever. If your body temp is 99.0-99.5, you may be having the signs of having one (you usually will feel hot, especially the cheeks, and sometimes the forehead), it can be called a low grade fever, tiny fever, or a small fever. A fever is the body's response to an illness, or an infection. Sometimes, body temperatures can randomly escalate to 100-101 degrees for brief periods (shower, exercise, hot weather,...
Asked in Aging and Life Extension, Body Temperature, Ibuprofen, Anti-Inflammatories

What could be the cause of low body temperature in a human?

An Endocrine disorder (which is often missed) or a brain injury or disorder, or the process of dying in which all organ function ceases, related to specific internal mechanisms of the human body. Including those listed below. External sources are numerous. Temperature is regulated by the thermoregulatory mechanism by nervous system.The Hypothalamus in our brain is responsible for the temperature and thirst drive.Whenever the the person is exposed to severe cold,the hypothalamus in the central nervous system is stimulated and it leads to...
Asked in Cold and Flu, Body Temperature, Lungs

What does it mean to have a cold chest?

If you mean chest cold, it means you have heavy wheezing that cause some chest pains. If you are indeed asking about a cold chest, it is a very discomforting feeling in the chest or torso area. The chest feels like it is freezing even though one may be well covered, or with an electrical blanket on the chest. Opinions and input from other FAQ Farmers: * I get it often, and so far my own doctor can not explain what...
Asked in Toyota Cressida, Cats (Felines), Body Temperature

Why does my Toyota Cressida idle too high when it gets to operating temperature?

remove tps clean spring with rp7 so spring works and returns back nice and hard put back in egsactly the same position and will be perfect again as the right info will be sent back to your cars computer or get a new tps if yours is faulty ..........Billy ...
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Does your body temperature drop after eating?

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 ...