A 18-year-old female asked:
i'm recovering from a flu, and i exercised in the hot sun this morning around 8am - 1pm. up till night, my body temp. is hot but i've no fever. why?
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Sports Medicine 21 years experience
Skin vs Core: Your skin temp may be increased due to shunting if blood from your core to your skin. It's the body's way of regulating temp. Skin is like a radiator. It's hot to dissipate the heat your body doesn't want. Your temp is normal because it's working.
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Last updated Feb 14, 2015
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