Doing intense exercise increases the consumption of fuel by our body. Heat is produced as a result and the body tries to cool itself down by transporting warm blood to the body and cooling it with the sweating mechanism. But sometimes this process is not very quick and the core temperature increases.
This may occur when the temperature outside is very hot and humid. Such conditions may even lead to a heat stroke.
8. Hot Weather
As mentioned our body works best at 98.6 F, it tries to do this even when the temperature is hot. In hot and humid conditions warm blood is moved to the skin surface and then cooled with sweat. This process is initiated when the body temperature reaches a certain level.
You may start feeling hot even as the body tries to cool the body temperature.
9. Diabetes (Types 1 and 2)
In diabetes the blood vessels don’t dilate and this makes it harder for the hot blood to be transferred to the skin surface in order to be cooled. In addition to this the sweat glands don’t work properly and hence making the process of cooling more difficult. In this condition, it is normal to feel excessively hot.