Excessive Sweating Accompanied By The Body Feels Cold.?
I have experienced a lot of sweat, but it can get very cold. That’s why
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Have you taken measurements of your body temperature and your body temperature is indeed high (do you really have a fever)?
If indeed your body temperature is high based on objective measurements with a thermometer, then what you feel is very normal when someone has a fever. The human body has regulations for releasing body heat, one of which is to dilate blood vessels, especially near the surface of the skin (so the skin looks redder) and also sweat. When a person's body temperature rises, the temperature of the room around him feels relatively cooler so it's also natural that if you have a fever you will feel more cold.
The more important thing to look for is the cause of your fever. Fever is most often caused by infection, it can be a viral or bacterial infection (more often), it can also be a fungal or parasitic infection (less frequently). Other causes of fever include autoimmune diseases, other inflammatory diseases, disorders of the brain, endocrine disorders, side effects of certain drugs, certain cancers, etc.
If indeed a new fever lasts (less than 3 days), you should try to get more sleep and rest, drink more fluids, and take fever-lowering drugs such as paracetamol. If the fever persists for up to 3 days, consult your doctor immediately so that further evaluation can be done.
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