Cause The Body Sometimes Hot Sometimes Cold?
I want to ask … so this is sometimes my body arrives “warm,” cold as usual, why is that ok?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Normal human body temperature ranges from 36.5 to 37.5 degrees Celsius. This temperature is regulated by a temperature regulator in the brain, and is also aided by thyroid hormones. Normal human body temperature can also differ depending on the activity and the surrounding environment. If indeed the person is exercising, it is natural that his body temperature is slightly higher than normal and if he is nervous because he will speak in public for example, it is natural if his body temperature is slightly lower than normal.
An increase in temperature above normal without certain obvious activities can be caused by infection, either by bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites, increased metabolism due to hormonal imbalances, and nerve disorders. While a body temperature lower than 35 degrees Celsius is called a hypothermia condition and can be caused by an environment that is too cold, nerve disorders, decreased metabolism due to hormonal imbalances, side effects of drugs and infants or seniors.
So in your case, it should be clarified again how your body temperature when you say warm and what your body temperature when it says cold. If it's still in the normal range, even if you feel your body temperature up and down, that's normal. But if it turns out to be abnormal, you should see other signs and symptoms for possible causes. For this reason, we recommend that you check with your general practitioner first for further examination.
Meanwhile, take care of your health by eating nutrient-rich foods, consuming enough fluids, exercising regularly, getting enough rest, and compressing your forehead with warm compresses when you have a fever, and applying warm balm or wearing thick clothes when cold. So, hopefully answering your question.