what are the causes and solution to excessive body hot and coldness

Excessive body temperature

Excessive body heat would be translated as fever and excessive body coldness would be translated as chills. If you are alternating between the two at any given point in time, you have the flu in all likelihood. If yours is a case of flu, you need to keep your body warm, at all time, even when you are feeling hot with fever. The aim of keeping warm at that time would be to break the fever and cause you to sweat, thereby regulating the temperature of your body.

You should also drink a glass of hot milk with one teaspoon of turmeric powder added to it to fight the infection that affects your upper respiratory system. If you are feeling excessively warm, chances are you have a fever. Do remember that if fever that lasts for over week, it requires medical attention, even if it is infrequent.

Drink substantial quantities of water to replace lost body fluids. Avoid spicy and rich food, opting instead for easily digestible food like fresh fruits and juices. Excessive body coldness is also called chills. If you are experiencing chills, you should try to keep your body as warm as possible. Drink hot fluids, wear several layers of clothes and stay in a warm environment. The most important thing for you to do if you feel too cold is to start thinking about feeling warm. Although this sounds strange, it is proven to work very well.

answered by M W

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