Internal fever. Internal and External temperature


Internal and external temperatures
The optimum temperature measured in a healthy adult, is usually 36.5 degrees. This temperature gives us an idea of the distribution of temperatures, that is, between our internal temperature (which is hotter) and our external temperature (the extremities, not including our armpits, will be cooler). There will always be this balance when the blood, that flows, is able to stay healthy, nourished, clean and free from any inflammation found in the body.

External temperature
When the external temperature (always talking about adults with temperature readings taken from the armpit) is higher than normal or is 37 degrees C, one is said to have a fever or hyperthermia, a process where the body is fighting somehow to return to its nomal temperature, due to having suffered some type of aggression: Infection, stress, fatigue, altered emotions, etc. It is often as a result of a physiological state that our bodies kill the microorganism and this makes us feel tired ensuring that we don't move too much so that energy is conserved for theimmune systemthat now should be acting. Fever is frightening and everybody runs to take something to reduce the fever even if they have just one decimal of a fever! ( to see if they are going to be able to stay in bed and nobody wants to carry on, not even for a minute, with the daily routine. Our bodies even less, how annoying!!).

However, there is not as much importance given when someone has a temperature of 36.5 C or below, even 35 C. This is called hypothermia. The blood doesn't flow as it should and therefore is not be able to function properly. Above all, what has to be checked is if the external and internal temperatures are balanced. If the external temperature is too low, then the internal will be too-highto maintain average body temperature. People who have a low external body temperature, will have alot of intestinal and organic congestion. ( internal fever ).

Internal fever
The inside of our bodies would have a temperature higher than what is physically needed and therefore will not be able to correctly regulate metabolic functions, there will be an environment where putrefaction is inevitable, there will be altered proteins, and something important to note is subclinical inflammation, which is more dangerous because it doesn't often cause symptoms as in the case of the hyperthermia but it keeps our bodies alert, deceiving our sensors making them constantly fight against invasion that doesnt actually exist or against unknown causes. Reactions of intolerances and allergies among other things are triggered by the aleration of neutrophils that increases inflammation.

In order to be able to improve the balance of temperature, to a great extent this is due to the acidification of our environment and of our blood, we propose:

Applied hydrotherapy: Cold rubbing. To clarify: Have a bowl with cold water and a face cloth close to the bathtub, and every time that you have a shower, after the shower, take the bowl and wet the cloth and without wringing it out, rub it over your body in the following order: Right leg (from the bottom up), left leg (from the bottom up), right arm (from hand to shoulder), left-hand arm (from hand to shoulder), next chest and abdomen and finally your back. You will have to wet the cloth for each stage. This takes a few seconds, since it has to be done fast and without drying get dressed or cover yourself with a towel or a dressing gown.

This helps to improve perspiration and regulates body temperature, by aiding blood circulation of the whole body.