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Warmest and Coldest Parts of The Human Body

Which body parts are the hottest and coldest?

Warmest and Coldest Parts of the Human Body

The human body is an amazing mystery. Amazing coordination of cells and organs makes the body perform perfect functions. But the body temperature is not spread prorated. Which body parts are the hottest and coldest?

Body temperature is affected by blood stream to a particular body part. The more blood that flow into the body, then the part will be getting warm. Conversely, if a body part get little blood supply, this part will be colder.

From the infrared images of the human body, the warmest parts of the body are:
1. Genital territory
2. Chest
3. Armpit
4. Head

These sections get more blood supply so these sections are always warm.

While the coldest parts of the human body are:
1. Toe
2. Feet
3. Hand

Coldest parts of the body are the parts that get least blood supply. The foot is the most rapid part of the body that feel cold, because this is farthest from the heart (the blood supply).

In addition to blood flow, body temperature also depends on body position. Someone who is sitting or bending the legs, his/her toes will feel much cooler than the person who is standing.
 
Particular body positions make the blood flow to parts of the body become blocked and make it colder than other body parts that easily are reached by the blood vessels.
 
The good ways to deal with changes in body temperature are:
1. Do light stretching
2. Walk quickly
3. Touching warm water
4. Alter the position of the body so the blood could flow smoothly.

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  1. great share^^

  2. never knew that before.

  3. goo to know this info…

  4. very interesting

  5. it’s nice to know where the coldest and the warmest parts of our body are…thanks my friend

  6. learn something new, thanks Eunice. So for shoulder, should be cold? Haha.. very interesting read.
    d*v*b

  7. ajax error in voting again, nowadays…

  8. great! liked it

  9. Thank You for this.

  10. I agree with you, especially on the warm ones.

  11. Loved this article. Bravo!

  12. Nice Post

  13. Great share. I´ve never thought about it.

  14. nice share.

  15. Good

  16. Human body is amazing. It\’s an unexplainable small universe.
    :-)

  17. such a useful and informative post…new things i learned today..

  18. That explains why hands and feet get cold quickly.Thumbs up Eunice.

  19. A great reminder for a stock up knowledge.

  20. Good to know.

  21. Good post. Nice share.

  22. Outstanding post. That’s informative.

  23. Interesting read.

  24. Very interesting information. I get very cold hands and feet in the winter, so I suppose I should move around more. A good post.

    Christine

  25. Excellent post! learned new facts form this post.

  26. My feet are coldest and my face warmest. it seems like it would be the reverse.

  27. Well written article. keep it up!

  28. exellent……………..

  29. interesting

  30. My hands are usually cool or cold…

  31. back again to read…

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