Body temperature is usually 37 ° C, whatever the temperature of the environment. It is controlled by a feedback system, ie information on body temperature, eg, receptors sensitive to the temperature of the skin is returned to the hypothalamus, the center of temperature regulation in the brain. The brain then sends messages to parts of the body including the skin, to keep excess heat or lose HEA.

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