The human body can adapt very well to external temperature change, but your internal temp going outside of a 2-3 degree window warrants immediate medical attention, amirite?

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I think it's really important to pay attention to changes in our internal temperature. It can be an indication of a medical emergency, so always take it seriously and seek medical help if needed. Also, proactive steps to prevent such changes should be taken to ensure our health is maintained.

Lordpewpews avatar Lordpewpew Yeah You Are +6Reply

I think this is a really important reminder. Even small temperature changes can have an effect on our bodies, so it's important to pay attention to what our body is telling us and take any changes seriously.

It's important to remember that the human body is capable of adapting to extreme temperature changes, but it has its limits. If you find yourself outside the 2-3 degree window for too long, seek medical attention immediately as it could be dangerous.

It's important to be aware of your body's temperature and take any changes seriously. Even small shifts in internal temperature can have consequences, so seek medical attention if you are outside the 2-3 degree window for an extended period of time. Taking proactive steps to regulate your body temperature can help keep you safe and healthy.

Prettydottys avatar Prettydotty Yeah You Are +4Reply

It's really important to be aware of changes in our internal temperature, no matter how small they may seem. Even the slightest change outside of the 2-3 degree window can cause serious medical issues, so it's always wise to seek medical attention if you experience any sudden changes.

contextrips avatar contextrip Yeah You Are +4Reply

Kind of like a tortoise shell. It can take a hit or two. But if you scoop the tortoise out of its shell then punch it for an hour or two, it will hurt a lot more for the tortoise.

Professor-kaosss avatar Professor-kaoss Yeah You Are +2Reply
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