The Body Feels Hot Even Though The Weather Is Cold?
My doctor is 23 years old. For the past 2 weeks, I often feel hot even though the weather is cold, it feels like my body is hot from inside but it feels different like a fever. If I have a fever, it’s chills and chills, I don’t feel like it. R nTrust my throat and mouth feel dry so I often get thirsty in the morning, noon, at night even though the weather is rainy, because I often drink so I drink about 1 hour BAK, when I am normal it doesn’t hurt. r nI have gone to the doctor, I have taken antibiotics and paracetamol but still have not progressed. r nI have also checked my blood sugar and the results are normal. r nPlease answer yes the doctor continues his advice too. r nThank you
Hello Syafira, Thank you for the question.
The body that feels hot can be affected by the ambient air temperature or indeed increased body temperature. Someone who has a fever does not necessarily experience chills. Fever occurs when a person's body temperature reaches 37.5 degrees Celsius. Thus, the most appropriate thing for you to do is take a temperature measurement using a thermometer if you feel hot to determine whether you have a fever or not. Complaints of fever are mostly caused by infections in the body either caused by viruses, bacteria, or parasites. This complaint can be accompanied by other complaints such as cough, runny nose, sore throat, diarrhea, constipation, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, pain during BAK, difficulty holding BAK, lumbago, and others. Causes of fever include respiratory infections, ear infections, sore throat, pneumonia, tuberculosis, gastroenteritis, dengue fever, typhus, urinary tract infections, and so on.
On the other hand, a person's BAK frequency is determined by the amount of fluid (drink) consumed, the ambient air temperature, and kidney function. If you drink a lot, of course you will get BAK easily and more often. This is something that is normal. Unless the frequent complaints of BAK are accompanied by other complaints of BAK such as pain during BAK, difficulty in holding BAK, incomplete sensation after BAK, fever, lower abdominal pain, back pain.
To find out the cause of your complaint, please consult your doctor. The doctor needs to ask more about your complaint and examine you. The doctor will also perform further tests such as blood tests, urine tests, ultrasound, and others to find the cause in order to determine the next treatment for you. The cause of your complaint cannot be determined without a doctor's examination.
Please do the following suggestions:
meet the needs of your body fluids by consuming water
multiply the consumption of nutritious foods
avoid consumption of spicy and oily foods
Hope this information is helpful.