Should I be shivering?
It's 56 degrees outside. We're well into our winter season, I'm fully clothed and yet I'm literally shivering..
I consider myself to be healthy, have no known health conditions or ailments, so how could I feel this cold when it's 56 degrees.?
- EdnaLv 71 month ago
I shiver and feel cold whenever the temperature outside drops below 75 degrees. I always have, and I hate cold weather. When it's 56 degrees, I'm freezing if I go outside. I'm a "warm weather" person, and so are you. It doesn't mean there's anything medically wrong with you or that you're unhealthy.
- audreyLv 71 month ago
56 degrees is cold. Go back inside!
- James BlackleyLv 71 month ago
Could be any number of things
1- It could be you have the flu
3- You could have internal bleeding, causing your BP to drop.
- Anonymous1 month ago
it may be due to your blood
pressure being normal and you are
i assume not a fat person
you could take a tablespoon of
honey in a glass of warm water
to heat up your body
or a shot of brandy
you also need a lot of big mac
double patty beef burgers with french
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- Aster RhoidsLv 71 month ago
Fahrenheit or Celcius
- SpeedLv 71 month ago
56 isn't all that warm unless you're being active. It's right about where I like it for working out outside, but if I were sitting reading in the sunshine, I'd be shivering, too, even with a hoodie.
There's nothing wrong with you.
In fact, just to amuse myself, I looked up at what temperature people start to shiver. It's when their body temperature drops to 95.9--which I bet is easy when it's 56 out.