Friday, March 18, 2016
How to Drop Your Core Temperature? The core temperature of the average adult human is normally around 98.6 °F (37.0 °C), but may vary depending upon certain conditions. If you're partaking in physically exerting activities in a hot environment, or sometimes just exposed to a hot environment for a prolonged period of time, your body temperature could rise to dangerous levels. If your body temperature reaches 104°F (40°C), you could experience heatstroke. Dropping your temperature too low can be equally dangerous, however, with only a three degree reduction in body temperature (95°F, or about 35°C) needed to induce hypothermia. Lowering your core temperature for short periods of time can help you avoid heat stroke, improve sleep, or reduce a fever, but it's important to know how to do this safely.
Posted by ahmad at 8:11 AM