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  • 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 ...

  • 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. ...

  • Swimming

    ... 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 ...

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