It is impossible to determine the temperature of your body without a thermometer accurately. But it is possible to indicate whether you have a fever in general.
• Feel your forehead or neck. If you have a fever it will feel hotter, than usual.
• Check the skin color. Fever usually leads to the fact that the skin on the cheeks and face becomes red.
• The normal room temperature will be cold.
• The heartbeat rate may increase. The cardiac frequency rises by 8 to 10 beats per minute for every Celsius grade rise in body temperature.
• Check your overall physical state. If you feel tired and weak, or complain of pain, you probably have a fever.
• Shivering, sweating and feeling cold may be the signs of a fever.
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