Causes of chills.

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Normally, the body keeps the core temperature around 37°C. Chills occur when this temperature drops. Such as when in a cold place.

The chills can also be a symptom of other illnesses, such as:

1. Fever

Fever is usually caused by an infection in the body. The symptoms of the patients will look somewhat different. But the most common symptoms are Excessive sweating, headache, loss of appetite, tiredness and muscle pain

However, most patients in this group tend to recover on their own. And do not usually find any serious complications, but patients in this group should see a doctor if they are very hot. Or the temperature is higher than 39.4 degrees Celsius, especially when there is a severe headache, confusion, frequent vomiting, suffocation, chest pain, severe abdominal pain. pain while urinating,  eyes blurred, rash, neck stiffness when head down, and convulsions UFABET

2. Dehydration

Dehydration is a condition in which the body loses more water than it takes in. until the body has insufficient water for various functions, with symptoms of this condition that are often found, such as abnormally little urination Dark urine, tiredness  , dizziness, thirst and confusion.

People with this condition should drink enough water to compensate for fluid loss. And see a doctor if you experience severe symptoms such as high fever or body temperature over 39.4 degrees Celsius, dizziness, confusion, rapid heartbeat. feeling hot on the skin spasm No sweating, nausea  and convulsions.

3. Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are diseases caused by the formation of minerals and salts in the kidneys. These lumps can cause irritation, obstruction and infection of the urinary tract. This can result in chills along with other symptoms such as pain in the flanks and back under the ribs. Pain in the lower abdomen and groin and pain while urinating

People with this condition should see a doctor if they feel their symptoms are interfering with their day-to-day activities. This is especially true when symptoms are severe, such as unbearable pain, nausea, vomiting, fever, chills, bloody urine, and inability to urinate.