Well, I know that normal body temperature is 98.2 °F ±1.3 °F, so the abnormal body temperature is different from these measurements. Once I even had a lower temperature after taking Neurogan CBD oil, but then I've read the research about it, and CBD found to not alter body temperature, so I guess the reason was in something else. But I felt great, so I suppose a little lower temperature can be considered normal as well.
Why would a person's body temperature go from sweating to chills, sweating and back to chills.? Any air motion on the body hurts. This person has Q-fever and has had for several years. These temp swings are getting worse and more frequent. Doctors' don't know what to do. Do you have any suggestions?
Basal body temperature refers to the "temperature of a person's body taken first thing in the morning after several hours of sleep and before any activity, including getting out of bed or talking; often charted to determine the time of ovulation." A fever, which is also termed as pyrexia, is defined as "body temperature that is higher than normal for an individual." Normal human body temperature is usually defined to be body temperature at 36.8 °C ±0.7 °C, or 98.2 °F ±1.3 °F. The value of 98.6 °F which is frequently quoted is actually the exact conversion of 37 °C which was the nineteenth-century German standard. This standard did not offer an acceptable range and thus could be considered as having excess (invalid) precision. There are variations in the normal range of human body temperature caused by an individual's metabolism rate. Individuals with a higher (faster) metabolic rate experience higher normal body temperatures and vice versa. Factors that could possibly influence an individual's body temperature of include time of day and recent activity.