Sometimes Shivering Without Cold Air?
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Shivering is a body's compensation mechanism to produce body heat. Shivering can be caused by cold due to the following things:
1. Hypothyroid, which is a low carcinogenic thyroid hormone produced by the thyroid gland in the neck.
2. Dehydration or lack of body fluids.
3. Heart problems.
To deal with complaints that you feel, you can make ginger warm drinks and consume lots of drinking water. When a fever arises you can compress your body with warm water, namely the armpits, forehead and groin. You can also take fever-lowering drugs, such as paracetamol at the recommended dosage. You should pay attention to other symptoms that appear. Immediately consult an internist if your complaint does not improve within 3 days.
Thus, hopefully useful.