Cause The Body Feels Cold?
Hello, I am 15 years old. I want to ask, why do I wake up from the cold, wake up in the morning or wake up in the afternoon? Please answer, thank you
Ali Shelmaayunazmi, thank you for the question.
Human body temperature is regulated by the central temperature regulation located in the central nervous system, namely in the brain. In certain conditions when there is an increase in body metabolism, for example when someone is exercising, there will be an increase in heat production. This increase in heat will cause an increase in a person's body temperature. So that the body's effort to restore body temperature to normal values is with sweat, urine, and respiratory steam.
Conversely, in certain conditions when the body's metabolism decreases, such as when someone sleeps, body temperature will decrease. So that body temperature during sleep tends to be lower than when you wake up. This is likely to cause you to feel cold when you wake up.
In addition, ambient temperature and room temperature also affect body temperature during sleep. Try to set the temperature of the room optimally, not too cold or too hot. Use good clothes, not too thick but also not too thin.
Another possibility is a mild fever in your body. Often when someone has a fever, it actually feels as a cold or shivering condition. Fever can be caused by an infectious process, an inflammatory process, hormonal conditions (for example around the menstrual cycle), even psychological conditions. If this complaint continues and becomes increasingly significant, you should consult with your doctor to get a complete examination. While this is still maintaining your diet and rest patterns well to maintain body immunity.
Hopefully this answer can help you. Regards.