Panic-induced hyperventilation can reduce our ability to respond to environmental threats as it desensitizes body temperature to change.
A study of Scandinavian Winter swimmers reveals alternating between cold water swimming and hot sauna sessions may affect the way in which brown adipose fat burns energy and produces heat.
Researchers shed light on thermoregulation by disabling parts of rat brains and observing their choice of a comfortable environmental temperature. The findings could provide new understanding of conditions such as heatstroke.
According to a new study, a 1 degree Celsius drop in body temperature could accelerate some of the features of Alzheimer's disease.
A new study reports TRPV1 controls the nerves that release noradrenaline and affects core body temperature during the 'fight or flight' response.