25th November 2019

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Why does your body temperature stay the same during exercise?

Body temperature can increase as a result of being in a warm environment or as a result of exercise. During exercise, respiration releases energy in the muscles. When the body temperature is too high, the skin produces sweat, which evaporates from the surface of the skin.

Why is there an increase in body temperature when you exercise?

More than 70 percent of the energy that powers your muscles is lost as heat, causing your body temperature to rise during exercise. To keep your body temperature from rising too high, your heart pumps the heat in your blood from your muscles to your skin, you sweat and it evaporates to cools your body.
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