The Child’s Body Often Feels Cold But Sweats?
mlm … my son’s body is cold if we touch it is not too warm the temperature is 35 c but the child is active and eats too he wants to be 4 years old 4 months, that’s why what should I do to make his body warm. moreover if I’ve coughed up a cold, 35, he is sweating
Hello Desti, Thank you for the question.
The body will feel colder after sweating and this condition is a natural condition to occur. Sweating is one of the body's mechanisms for controlling higher body temperature. Sweat produced by the body will cool the skin so that body temperature returns to normal. Try not to take measurements of body temperature when the child sweats or after activities. Take a measurement of body temperature when the child is resting to get a more precise measurement of body temperature. Usually the body temperature will be cooler if exposed to cold temperatures or when the child will experience an infection (usually will be followed by fever).
In general, if the child is still active, not weak, can still eat and drink, and does not have a high fever, then you have nothing to worry about right now. Please consult your doctor immediately if this condition is accompanied by high fever, chills, pale skin, shortness of breath, or loss of consciousness. The doctor needs to examine your child before determining the next treatment.
You can do the following suggestions:
avoid wearing clothes that are too thin
keep the room temperature so that it is not too cold when using AC
invite your child to sunbathe in the morning
give warm drinks to children
provide nutritious food intake for children
Hopefully this information is useful.