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healthhearty.com/body-temperature-regulation-problems

Very low or very high temperature is usually a sign of an underlying disease or disorder. Heart rate, blood pressure, pulse rate, and body temperature are the vital signs which help assess the health of an individual. Temperature regulation problems can be avoided by treating the underlying disease.

www.medhelp.org/.../Problems-regulating-body-temperature/show/792257

I am 26-year old female. I have a serious problem with regulating my body temperature. I feel freezing cold or overly hot. In the winter, I feel like my body is asleep at all times and does not generate any heat if I am not exercising. I can't do any of my hobbies inside of the house because I am ...

www.mitoaction.org/blog/dysautonomia-body-temperature

One common and confusing result of dysautonomia for many people is related to body temperature. It is not uncommon for mitochondrial disease patients to have some abnormal regulation of body temperature, resulting in either a lower or higher baseline body temperature (commonly 96-97 degreees) or a marked inability to tolerate heat or cold.

www.wellnessresources.com/news/body-temperature-and-thyroid-problems

Those with thyroid problems often have trouble with temperature extremes, especially hot and cold days. Hot humid days are stressful; frigid winter days are stressful. The body’s heat regulating system simply struggles to keep up with environmental demands, especially when they are more extreme.

www.everydayhealth.com/hs/healthy-living-with-hypothyroidism/temperature

The gland also controls your body temperature. When the body makes too much thyroid hormone, body temperature rises. With hypothyroidism, however, body temperature tends to decrease because of a ...

www.healthcentral.com/.../heat-and-ms-an-impaired-ability-to-regulate-temperatures

Problems regulating body temperature. Beyond heat sensitivity and Uthoff's phenomenon, MS patients may have difficulty regulating their body temperature due to impaired neural control of autonomic ...

www.rush.edu/health-wellness/discover-health/how-body-regulates-heat

How the Body Regulates Heat. ... The hypothalamus works with other parts of the body's temperature-regulating system, such as the skin, sweat glands and blood vessels — the vents, condensers and heat ducts of your body's heating and cooling system. ... "Problems occur when a person is in the heat for a long time or in such extremes of heat or ...

www.webmd.com/multiple-sclerosis/impact-temperature

Heat or high humidity can make many people with multiple sclerosis (MS) experience a temporary worsening of their symptoms. Doctors believe that this occurs because heat causes nerves (whose ...

www.hypervibe.com/au/blog/are-you-cold-then-hot-these-4-conditions-may-affect...

When your body is exposed to extremely low temperatures for several hours, it loses heat faster than it can produce it, so your body temperature may drop to dangerous levels. This leads to a condition called hypothermia, which appears when the temperature drops below 95 degrees F, or 35 degrees C. Hypothermia manifests through excessive shivering, weak pulse, slowed breathing and speech ...

medlineplus.gov/ency/article/001202.htm

Hypothalamic dysfunction is a problem with part of the brain called the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus helps control the pituitary gland and regulates many body functions. Hypothalamic dysfunction: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia