The human body is fallible. Nearly everything on earth has limits to what heat it can endure without changing shape, format, or composition. The human body is the same. It simply isn't made to withstand intense heat.
No. Human body temperatures can handle hot tub water. If it's too hot, you wouldn't be able to get in in the first place.
Yes fire is hot by itself.not because of human bodys.
The human body depends on the evaporation of perspiration to cool itself in hot environments.
your body start's perspireing
No, it's too hot for a human to survive!
A human body regulates its temperature by sweating and shivering. When the body is too hot, glands produce sweat which contains heat and evaporates, taking the heat with it. When a human is too cold, the body starts to shiver, a quick, repeated motion which generated heat from repeated muscle motion.
People sweat, and the sweat on their skin evaporates, taking heat with it. This cools the human body.
the body sweats alot and this can cause illness
The first thing that happens when the body gets too hot is it beings to sweat. This provides immediate cooling which begins controlling body temperature.
the brain is the function of the human body. legs are arms are your neck is too.
The scrotum needs to be able to move away from the body and closer to it depending on the need for heat. If your body is to hot the sack will expand and move away from your body and if it becomes to cold it will tighten and move into your body. This is all done with sperm production in mind as if its too hot or cold the sperm will die.