it will cause sweating in the person.The sweat brings out toxins present it the body and naturally break the fever.
Absolutely not. You feel colder and warmer depending on your body temperature and it is quite the paradox since when your body temperature is higher you feel colder, and when it's lower you feel warmer.
The more you keep yourself warm the longer the fever stays. Only use light clothing such as pajamas and sleep with just a sheet.
Hot drinks does not help. ibuprofen decreases body temperature - it is available in pharmacies all around the world. Should you have a fever of 41 C, you should take large quantities of ibuprofen (1000-2500mg, average pill is 400mg), go to a cold shower (as cold as you can get it) for at least 10 minutes (your head(=brain) is the most important part to be kept cold), and contact emergency personnel.
At 108 Fahrenheit (42 celcius) you will receive brain damage and death is imminent.
You should wear blankets to break the fever and cause a sweat. It's good for you.
You usually have to be sick to have a high fever...
no, when you have a fever you should try and cool yourself down. Usually you take off any blankets or extra jackets. in more serious cases you should get into a cold bath. getting into hot water with a fever with worsen the fever and make you feel more sick
they wear blankets for clothes
cover up with 3 or more blankets and sweat it out
the havasupai wore ponchos, moccasins, rags, blankets, and woven blankets
the women shave all there hair off and they only wear blankets on them the kind of material the blankets are is the hair of the goats.
Yes, it's totally safe but it wont make you fever go away because in fact, electric blankets do cause flu or fever :)
They wear masks, and most if them wear blankets wrapped around them.
Drapes of cloth and blankets. Usually, they are red.
they wear nothing in the summer and blankets in the winter.
The Romans wore togas. They are kind of like white blankets that you can wear
they need to be safe from the fire they do not want to get burnt