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When our accepted normal body temperature is 37*C, why do we feel the heat even when our surroundings are just about 33*C-35*C? please help me out...



Actually, our body in rest produces about 120 watts of heat energy and this energy needs to be lost in the environment. this can only be possible if the air outside is cool or is constantly moving. So, when the outside temperature is more, the heat of our body is not lost quickly and so we feel hot.
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