Cause Body Temperature Is Always Warm?
… why my body temperature is always warm can be said to be hot … What are the causes … how to reduce it
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Need to be clarified, what body temperature do you consider warm or hot? Have you measured it with a thermometer?
Normal human body temperature can range from 36.5 to 37.5 degrees Celsius. Body temperature can rise naturally, for example when you are doing heavy activities, being in a hot environment, after eating (especially spicy or hot food), or after consuming certain types of drugs. Of course, if measurements are taken objectively, an increase in body temperature due to these reasonable conditions will not be too far from the normal body temperature range as mentioned above.
If it is true that your body temperature has risen far above normal (after being measured with a thermometer), then it could be that you are experiencing an infection, could be due to a virus or bacteria. It could also, this increase in body temperature occurs due to hyperactivity of the thyroid gland, perimenopause (in women), inflammatory disorders (eg rheumatoid arthritis, pelvic inflammation, intestinal inflammation, rheumatic fever), impaired immunity (for example due to leukemia, diabetes, HIV), malignancy, or other chronic disease.
This condition, if it has been a long time (more than 3 days), should be checked directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. Complete blood tests, x-rays, or some other supporting tests can be done by a doctor to identify the cause of your condition. As for our initial advice for you:
Rest regularly, at least 6 hours a day
Wear comfortable clothes, not too thick, not too tight
If your body temperature rises more than 37.5 degrees Celsius, take the drug paracetamol first to ease it
Do not carelessly take other medicines without a doctor's prescription
Always live a healthy lifestyle, including by exercising, eating nutritionally balanced foods, avoiding alcohol and drugs
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