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Unable To Control Body Temperature
NOPE: Mammals INTERNALLY regulate body Temperature. Humans are mammals QED ...Read more
Question unclear: Your question is not clear, please rephrase. ...Read more
No difference: It doesn't make much of a difference. Drink it at any temperature you like. ...Read more
Muscle temperature: muscle work generates heat. Heat increases body temp. If you do not sweat to cool when room temp is above 98 F you die from heat stroke. ...Read more
Not exactly: Glucose is stored as glycogen in the liver (mostly) and some other places. Fasting promotes release of glucose from storage. In prolonged fasts, muscle is broken down to provide Amino Acids which get converted to glucose. However, fatty acids are converted into ketones which also provide energy, primarily for brain and heart, during prolonged fasts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does minocycline raise your basal body temperature? I want to chart my temperature for natural birth control but i'm on minocycline.
Options: I would avoid medications... But would suggest fewer blankets or cool down the room.. Congratulations! ( I am assuming you are too hot). ...Read more
Hypothalamus : The hypothalamus is the regulatory gland, but does rely on a multitude of feedback from sensors throughout the body. See this simple explanation. Hope this helps! http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/thermo/heatreg.html ...Read more
When you keep to much ATP in your body your body temperature rises high could that be a reason for flu and the medication counteracts it ?
No such thing: interesting ideas, but I suspect you have misunderstood something you learned in school or saw online. There is no such thing as "too much ATP in the body". If there were, it would not cause fever or elevated body temperature, would not increase susceptibility to influenza or any other infection, and would have no effect on medication for flu or anything else. Best wishes. ...Read more
Can you control your bloodpressure and your heartrate and your sweating all at the same time to be able to control your inner nervous system
Astoundingly, Yes: There are a couple of techniques to enable this level of control. Certain practitioners of meditation techniques can do it, but the more common way is to use a device called a biofeedback system. This gives you conscious insight into the usually imperceptible actions of the body's "unfelt" nerves and muscles. But all that said, the answer for most of us is "nope.". ...Read more
Shivering, sweating: Shivering is the main defense against cold; the muscles produce heat by shaking you. Sweating causes evaporative cooling. ...Read more
My basal body temperature is within the range of 35.8 to 36.1 during non-ovulation period. How could it be so low? How to increase body temperature?
No great way: There really isn't a long term way to do this without chemically/hormonally altering your body. Body temperature is regulated by the hypothalamus - a special area of the brain. There is no way to consistently affect the set point in this area. It's why overall temperatures are fairly consistent across people of all different sizes and body types. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why is trying to lower a moderate fever counterproductive to the body's attempt to fight off an infection?
What is it called when your body stops triggering your kidneys to keep enough fluids so your organs, etc funct properly? Hormone/Vit. deficit?...
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