I don't have fever still my body remain too hot even in winter and I feel cool all the time is it normal
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Hi there.. normal temperature of human body is 37degree Celsius and that's the core temperature.. you feel warm or cold depending on your skin changes.. when the outside temperature is high than body's temperature then you'll feel warm and body tries to cool down by sweating then you'll feel cold as the sweat is getting evaporated leaving your skin cold.. same way in winters body tries to keep your body at normal temperature by increasing basal metabolism which produces heat and thus your temperature increases.. this is normal phenomenon and nothing to worry about..
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