The normal body temperature for adults is between 97.6 and 99.6 degrees Fahrenheit, so anything below 97.6 degrees is considered low, according to WebMD. Since hormones play a significant role in body temperatures, what ... More »

Exposure to cold temperatures is the primary cause of low body temperature or hypothermia, according to Healthline. Other causes include drug or alcohol use and medications for issues such as diabetes and thyroid conditi... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

Some causes of slightly lower-than-usual body temperature include infections, heavy alcohol use and hypothyroidism. Occasional low temperatures are common because body temperature changes throughout the day, notes Mayo C... More »

The average normal body temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, but it may vary by up to 1 degree Fahrenheit higher or lower from person to person, according to WebMD. Individual body temperature may also vary by up to 1... More »

Any temperature over the normal body temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit is considered to be a fever, according to WebMD. However, in medicine any temperature over 100.4 F is considered to be a fever. More »

Although 96.5 degrees Fahrenheit falls in the low end of normal body temperature range, it is not considered too low, according to Mayo Clinic. Normal body temperature for adults can be as low as 95 degrees Fahrenheit, a... More »

A normal body temperature when measured orally is around 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit or 37 degrees Celsius, according to WebMD. It is normal for body temperature to fluctuate as much as one degree above or below 98.6 degrees... More »