What Is The Normal Body Temperature?
, what is the normal temperature of the human body?
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Body temperature describes the body's ability to receive and release heat. Objectively body temperature is measured using a money device called a thermometer. Human body temperature is normally in the range of 36.5 to 37.2 degrees Celsius. Body temperature can change due to various things such as the surrounding environment, activities carried out, and so on. Body temperature is said to be low / hypothermia if it is under 35 degrees Celsius, it can occur due to someone staying too long in a cold room, or not using clothes that are thick enough during winter. High body temperature occurs if it reaches a temperature above 40 degrees Celsius, but it is said to have a fever if it is at a limit of 37.5 degrees Celsius.
There are various things that cause temperature measurements to be less accurate, including:
Procedure for using incorrect tools Tools running out of batteries Incorrectly placing the device on the body or putting it too far The environment around the measurement site is too cold or hot Measuring not to the time limit, or taking it too fast from the body before the device finishes measuring To enrich your information we provide articles about temperature body.
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