As your body temperature rises during exercise, your body naturally regulates its temperature by activating the sweat glands. The average person’s healthy resting body temperature is 98.6 degrees, and marathon runners’ body temperatures may safely rise to 103.8 degrees. Any temperature beyond this can become harmful to the brain and the body, resulting in heat stroke (characterized by loss of consiousness). However, those not in peak physical condition may not even be able to manage body temperatures this high. IExercise is beneficial, but you should listen to your body’s signals to ensure that you don’t overdo it. Ideally, you should refrain from prolonged strenuous exercise in high temperatures, as their bodies are not equipped for the strain.
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