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How to Reduce Body Heat Quickly and Get Relief

Body temperature measures the body’s ability to generate and get rid of heat. The  normal temperature  is often quoted as 98.6°F, but it can be slightly lower or higher. The  average temperature  of adults is between 97.8°F and 99.0°F. Usually, your  hypothalamus and autonomic nervous system  keep your body within a degree or two of your normal temperature. However, there are times when your body heat rises. This condition is known as heat stress. Heat stress may be due to extreme heat, certain foods, or other factors. Continue reading to learn more about the causes of high body heat and what you can do to find relief. Reasons body temperature may rise Several factors can cause your body temperature to rise. Here are a few common reasons for heat stress: Having an inflammatory illness, such as an infection. Such an illness can cause you to have a fever, which is one indication that something unusual is going on in your body. Having a thyroid disorder known as  hyperthyro