Answer: One of the major differences between hypothermia and hypothermia as innthe case of the hypothermia, the body temperature goes below 95degrees which means that the body is loosing more heat that it is being produced by the body. The body becomes cold. Whereas hypothermia is a condition where the body temperature goes upto 104 degrees. In this case the body produces more heat and looses very less.
If the temperature of the body goes too low, that is in the state of hypothermia, the heart system, nervous system stops working. This could lead to complete failure of the heart and body system and patients can die if left untreated. In the case of hyper thermia, the increased body temperature causes increased heart rate,poor body circulation and brain damage.
It is important that patient need to avoid extreme temperature variations. They need to stay hydrated, should adjust themselves to the environment and surroundings. They need to understand that temperature variations could be fatal.
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