Even if you don’t have a thermometer on hand, there are a few quick and easy ways to measure your temperature. The most common way to do this is by checking your phone’s temperature reading. If you have an iPhone or Android device, you can just open the temperature app and view the reading. But if you don’t have an app, there are a few other methods that work just as well.
How To Check Your Temperature With Your Phone?
1. You Can Use the Camera App
If you have an iPhone, you can use the camera app to take a picture of the thermometer, and then view that image on your phone. The idea is to hold your phone’s camera up to the thermometer, and then take a picture. Once you’ve taken the photo, open it up on your phone and view the temperature reading there. This method isn’t as accurate as using an actual thermometer, but it is certainly better than nothing.
2. You Can Use Your Digital Clock
If you don’t have a digital clock that has a built-in thermometer, all you need to do is look at your regular clock. The average “room temperature” is about 70 degrees Fahrenheit or 20 degrees Celsius, so if you’re feeling sick and need to know if you have a fever or not, all you need to do is check what time it is on your clock. If it’s past 5 pm or 7 am (depending on what time of year it is) then chances are that if you feel hot or cold (or both), then chances are high that this means that there’s something wrong with your body temperature. Keep in mind though: if it’s actually cold outside (below 20 degrees Celsius) then this means that there’s something wrong with the indoor heating system! In either case, though, check out how hot/cold/both your body feels by simply looking at your clock!
3. Use a Regular Thermometer
If you have a regular thermometer, you can check your temperature by using it the same way you would use it to take your temperature. Simply hold it under your tongue for about 2-3 minutes and then check the reading on the thermometer. If the reading is within normal range, then chances are that you don’t have anything to worry about. But if it’s not within range, or if you simply want to know what your body temperature is, then there are a few other ways to find this out too.
4. You Can Use an Ice Cube
If all else fails, you can always try using an ice cube to cool down your body temperature. For example, place an ice cube on the back of your neck or forehead and let it sit there until it melts (this should take around 10 minutes or so). Once this happens, use a towel and wipe away all of the excess water from your skin before checking your temperature with one of the methods above!
5. Check Your Temperature With an Adult
Last but certainly not least: if none of these methods work for you, then remember that there are plenty of other ways to check whether or not you have a fever without having to rely on technology! For example: ask an adult for help and use their thermometer instead! They should be able to tell whether or not there’s something wrong with your body temperature just by looking at it. If you don’t have a thermometer, or if you simply want to know what your body temperature is, then all you need to do is ask an adult for help!
Tips For Checking Your Temperature
- Check your temperature when you first wake up in the morning and before you go to bed at night.
- Don’t eat or drink anything for at least 15 minutes before checking your temperature.
- Try to relax when taking your temperature as stress can cause a fever or make it appear that you have a fever even though you don’t.
- If your temperature is higher than normal, try getting more rest – but still be active enough that you don’t get too tired and fall asleep (because this will also cause a rise in body temperature).
- Drink plenty of liquids and avoid caffeine because these can dehydrate you, which can make it appear that you have a fever even though you don’t.
How Do Keep The Temperature Low?
- wear loose clothing.
- keep the room temperature and environmetake a steam bath to reduce the temperature, this is also good for sore throat and cough.
- drink plenty of water to keep the body hydrated, but not too much as it may cause more sweating and fever.
- avoid caffeinated drinks such as coffee, tea, cola, etc., these drinks can dehydrate you causing more sweating and fever in turn.
What Can Be Happened If Your Temperature Is High?
- You feel hot and clammy.
- Your skin feels warm to the touch.
- Your heart beats faster than usual.
- You sweat more than usual, even when you are resting and not doing anything physical or mentally taxing.
- You have night sweats.
- You feel dizzy or lightheaded, even when you are lying down (or sitting) and doing nothing physical or mentally taxing at all (this is called postural hypotension).
- You suddenly sweat heavily for no apparent reason (this is called diaphoresis).
- You feel tired and weak, even when you haven’t done anything physical or mentally taxing at all (this is called fatigue).
- You feel tired and weak, even when you have been sleeping well (this is called fatigue).
- You have no appetite, or you suddenly lose your appetite for no apparent reason.
You should not worry about your body temperature, as it is normal for your body to have a small fever from time to time. However, you should take it seriously if the temperature stays high and you are experiencing symptoms such as headaches, chills, or muscle aches. If this is the case, you should see a doctor or visit an urgent care clinic as soon as possible.
How do I know if I have a fever?
If you are feeling very hot and sweaty, you might have a fever. You should also see a doctor if you have had a fever for more than three days.
What is the normal body temperature?
The normal body temperature depends on your age and gender. The average range of normal body temperatures is between 97.2 and 98.2 degrees Fahrenheit in adults, 100-102 degrees Fahrenheit in children, and 100-103 degrees Fahrenheit in newborns. The average normal body temperature of babies is 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
How can I reduce my fever?
Drink plenty of water to rehydrate your body and lower your temperature naturally! Avoid caffeine as it will dehydrate you further! Also, take plenty of rest to help your body fight whatever infection or illness you might be experiencing!
What are some herbal remedies for lowering fevers?
Ginger root tea can help reduce fevers naturally! To make ginger root tea, steep 1 teaspoon dried ginger root in boiling water for 10 minutes; drink 4 cups daily to reduce the severity of symptoms caused by colds or flus!