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Why do I always feel hot but I do not have fever nor a thyroid problem. ?
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Mahek Shah
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In brief: Hypothalamus
In addition to your thyroid, your hypothalamus plays a role in your body's set point temperature.
The body keeps its core temperature constant at ~37 c by physio adjustments controlled by the hypothalamus where there are neurons sensitive to changes in skin & blood temperatures. The temp-reg ctrs are found in the preoptic area (anterior pt) and work w posterior pt 2 control heat producing regions.

In brief: Hypothalamus
In addition to your thyroid, your hypothalamus plays a role in your body's set point temperature.
The body keeps its core temperature constant at ~37 c by physio adjustments controlled by the hypothalamus where there are neurons sensitive to changes in skin & blood temperatures. The temp-reg ctrs are found in the preoptic area (anterior pt) and work w posterior pt 2 control heat producing regions.
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