the average temperature is 80 degrees
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I do know that it's very hot
In fact hot Cheetos do not make you lose brain cells they increase your brain cell activity so you are more awake and able to concentrate -Dr.Justin
Body was hot and brain headache
No, though sperm formation benefit from the lower temperature in the testes, increased temperature will not kill them.
Yes by telling it to sweat if hot and shiver if cold.
Hot hot water. It should be at least 100 degrees celsius (boiling temperature)
because yeast cells die at a hot temperature
Heat from a hot springs could kill if the temperature was high enough. Hot springs are created by water running underground near a sealed magma chamber so their temperature is fairly constant. So depending on how much water, and the proximity of the magma would determine the temperature of the hot springs.
The sperm need to be cooler than body temperature, hot tubs increase the temperature of the testicles above body temperature and production of sperm is decreased.
In hot weather the brain causers the vessels to move close to the surface and dilate. In cold weather it causes the vessels to move away from the surface and contract.
Your body gets to hot. If you don't drink ALOT of water, your body runs out of water VERY fast, if you don't drink water. Answer: During extreme heat the human brain that co-ordinates body temperature gets signals from the body to cool & supplies fluids through blood supply that drains out from the brain to dehydrating organ cells & tissues in the extreme heat.This is the reason for fainting. If the brain is kept at cooler temperature than the body then a person does not faint.
bacteria need to be at the right temperature to multiply (room temperature) which is why we freeze/cook food, temperatures that are to hot and too cold kill the spores (bacteria) and therefore kill them
The nervous system can send messages to the Neorons then to your brain. Such as when you touch something hot your sensory cells send a message to your brain to react to take your hand off the hot object.