- A Kid's Guide to Fever
... Shiver, Then Sweat. ... When a fever starts, your body gets hotter and you
may shiver without thinking about it to create more heat. ...
- Your Brain & Nervous System
... hypothalamus tells it to sweat. If you're too cold, the hypothalamus gets you
shivering. Both shivering and sweating are attempts to ...
... not too cold. If you're shivering or start to feel your muscles cramping
up, it may be because the water is too cold. This is ...
- What to Do if You Can't Sleep
... But if you are really afraid of the dark, it's OK to try a dim night-light. And being
hot and sweaty or shivering from the cold can easily keep you up. ...
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