Does 36 Degrees Body Temperature Have To Take Body Temperature-lowering Drugs?
, I want to ask if we run out of fever 37.1 degrees and then go down to 36.6 degrees, do we need to take heat-reducing medication? I went to the hospital for fever because my fever went up and down when the doctor checked my body temperature 36.8, so the doctor gave me paracetamol to decrease body temperature. And I read that the normal body temperature is 36-37.2 degrees right?
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Fever is an increase in body temperature as the body's response mechanism in dealing with infections of germs or foreign objects that enter the body. At present there are several ways and methods that can be used to measure body temperature.
Medically normal sub-body is 36.5 to 37.5 degrees Celsius, which is the average normal temperature in the range of 36.1-37.2 degrees Celsius. And only considered in a state of fever when body temperature reaches more than 37.5 degrees celsius. Therefore, if your body temperature is still within the range of normal body temperature, it is not recommended to consume heat-lowering drugs. As for some things you can do to help your body regulate optimal body temperature, including:
Drink plenty of water Use clothing made from quite thin and comfortable, can absorb sweat and not too tight Stay in a cool environment Sleep and rest enough Keep food intake remains fulfilled and nutritious So much information from me, hopefully helping