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Is your body temperature too low or too high?

Matt Cook here, and a number of things can affect how much heat energy we produce…

But by far the most significant is our basal metabolic rate.

The amount of energy you produce in our cells at a given time is the main factor in determining how warm you will be.

The amount of energy that you produce also determines how much repair and restoration your body can carry out.

In simple terms, more energy equals more heat, and more heat equals greater health and longevity.

It makes sense then that body temperature decreases with age.

Of course, we can do things to increase heat production, energy, and health – thereby slowing aging.

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This human research was carried out at the Ege University School of Nursing, in Izmir, Turkey. The paper was published in the Journal of Clinical Nursing.

The research set out to determine the average body temperature of people in different age groups according to the mercury glass thermometer.

You’ve probably noticed that older people tend to be colder – they are less able to deal with lower environmental temperatures.

“Older people are unable to regulate their body temperatures to the same degree as young adults because their responses to changes in body temperature are altered.”

This research set out to build on previous studies which suggested that older people have lower body temperatures.

They were interested in this because body temperatures can be used as diagnostics for various health problems.

The researchers recruited 133 older people who were living in a nursing home.

They measured the temperatures of all the participants at 8 AM, 2 PM, and 6 PM.

Temperatures were taken 3 times per day for 3 consecutive days.

The researchers found that body temperature is lower later in the day in the older cohorts.

“Mean temperatures for those aged 65 to 74 was higher than in those aged 75 and older at 6 PM.”

Average body temperature declines all throughout life – even after the age of 74.

“We conclude that older people have mean auxiliary body temperatures lower than the reference point of 36.5°C (97.7°F).”

The researchers point out that this may be important because they assume it is natural and healthy for older people to have lower body temperatures.

And that this change in body temperature could affect how diseases are diagnosed in this group.

“When assessing body temperature, it is important to take age into consideration, the reference point of 36.5° is inappropriate in older people, especially when diagnosing a feeble illness.”

(A febrile illness is an illness which causes a fever.)

I think the researchers are missing the larger implications of their findings.

Warmer body temperature within the normal range is clearly associated with increased metabolic rate.

An optimal metabolic rate is the major factor in determining optimal health.

As we know, health tends to decline with age.

It seems pretty clear that increasing metabolism and body temperature slightly, and in an intelligent manner…

…could significantly improve the health of older people.

For example, one of the most common causes of illness and low body temperature is hypothyroidism.

This is the deficiency of thyroid hormones.

Thyroid hormones are essential for the cell to produce energy to repair the body’s structure.

This same biochemical reaction produces heat which increases body temperature.

Many older people have lower levels of thyroid hormones, which decrease their body temperature and resilience.

Another major cause of lower body temperature is energy deficiency.

This can happen when people don’t get enough calories, carbohydrates, proteins or fats.

Appetite and digestion also tends to decline with age – older people tend to under-eat which can suppress energetic metabolism, heat output, and overall health.

Lower than normal body temperature is one of the most obvious signs of suboptimal health. It’s a particularly useful marker for older people.

Another factor to point out is that you can improve health by simply keeping the environmental temperature higher.

You can feel better simply by making yourself warmer.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
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