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Could Your Internal Body Heat Be A Warning Sign For These Conditions?


Could your internal body heat be a warning sign for any serious medical conditions? In this article, we look at some possible causes of internal body heat in men and women.


What Is Internal Body Heat?

It's a rather odd symptom. After all, every living being has 'internal body heat'. This is a feeling that we are mostly unaware of - just like your heart beating.

But, there are several conditions when you become conscious of the warmth in your person which is where the term "internal body heat" applies.

Watch the video below where we describe how your body generates heat, and ways it can usually deal with abnormal heat related conditions.

Medical Conditions That May Cause Your Internal Body Heat


Medications/Other Situations

  • Allergy medications - can affect the body’s cooling ability by preventing sweating.
  • Blood pressure medications and Decongestants may decrease the blood flow to the skin. This also reduces sweat production.
  • Decongestants can cause increased muscle activity, which can raise the body’s temperature.
  • Caffeine
  • Spicy Foods

Read about other broad symptoms here or here.


Causes Of Internal Body Heat Infogram

Infogram - Causes of Internal Body Heat

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Editing by AskAwayHealth Team

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All AskAwayHealth articles are written by practising  Medical Practitioners on a wide range of health care conditions to provide evidence-based guidance and to help promote quality health care. The advice in our material is not meant to replace the management of your specific condition by a qualified health care practitioner.
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