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What Is teeth chattering A Symptom Of?

A: teeth chattering is a sign that you and your body is very cold and you need a warm blanket to cover up with. Usually teeth chattering is a symptom of the body being too cold. The body will start to shake and the teeth will shake as well. The body naturally does this to try and create movement that will warm itself up. The chattering will stop when the core body temperature warms up. teeth chattering especially during sleep is suggestive of some type of worm infestation with pinworm, hookworm, tapeworm, Tinea saginata, Tinea solium, anchylostomiosis, echinococcus etc. Get stool examined...


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What Is teeth chattering A Symptom Of?

A: teeth chattering is a sign that you and your body is very cold and you need a warm blanket to cover up with. Usually teeth chattering is a symptom of the body being too cold. The body will start to shake and the teeth will shake as well. The body naturally does this to try and create movement that will warm itself up. The chattering will stop when the core body temperature warms up. teeth chattering especially during sleep is suggestive of some type of worm infestation with pinworm, hookworm, tapeworm, Tinea saginata, Tinea solium, anchylostomiosis, echinococcus etc. Get stool examined...


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Why do your teeth chatter when it''s cold?

A: Basically, your teeth chatter because of the body''s shiver response when it''s cold. You shiver to generate heat, and since your muscles are involuntarily spasming, that includes your jaw muscles, too. Alena is right – you''re shivering. It''s just that the shivers knock your teeth together a bit. that is body reflex.The second can be that a mind let it to control the muscles....


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Why do your teeth chatter when you''re cold?

A: Your body usually maintains a constant temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit; that''s the temperature the cells of the body work best. So your bodyólike a lover trying to hang onto a relationshipówill do anything it can to get back to that peaceful place. If there''s any significant change in temperature, it''s sensed by the area of the brain called the hypothalamus. When the body gets too cold, this center alerts the rest of the body to begin warming up. Shivering, the rapid movement of the muscles to generate heat, begins. teeth chattering is simply localized shivering....
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Why do your teeth chatter when your cold?

A: teeth chattering is just a symptom of shivering. Endotherms (that''s you, me, other mammals, birds, and some insects) produce heat within the body. They use thermoregulation to keep their bodies at a constant temperature. You can thermoregulate physiologically and behaviourally. Shivering is a physiological response to cold, it''s coming from inside. Putting on a jacket because you''re cold is a behavioural response. Let''s say you''re cold and you won''t put on a jacket, or do a lap around the block to keep warm. Your brain tells your body what it needs to do. The brain -- the hypothalamus, to be specific -- monitors your temperature. Get too cold and and the hypothalamus sends nerve impulses to the skin and you get goose bumps. The goose...
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why do your teeth chatter in the cold or with a fever?

A: Your teeth don`t chatter for any particular reason -- they are just clicking together because the muscles in your neck and jaw are contracting when you shiver. When you are cold your muscles contract. This is partly a vestigial reaction from when our ancestors had fur they could fluff up to trap air between the hair and skin (like cats and dogs and squirrels do) -- that`s why you get goosebumps and the little hairs on your arm raise up. But shivering also keeps you warm by keeping your blood flowing while you move. When you are sick, your body temperature goes up to fight the infection or virus. Your hypothalamus is the part of your brain that regulates body temperature, and when you`re fighting something off it raises the body`s...


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Every time I eat I get the chills,[my teeth chatter and I literally shake}.Do you have any idea what could be the matter w/me?

A: Hi kitten, not the answer you want I know, but please see a doctor, I''m not one, I sell screwdrivers and spanners, but I do know that you should see one and get yourself sorted :-) Your profile said you have two kids ? what would you tell them to do ? ( bad rince, emotional blackmail, worth a try :-p )...
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Why do your teeth chatter when you get cold?

A: It's a natural body reaction where successive muscle contraction of the jaw (and other muscled areas) to produce body heat and counter low environmental temps. '' Zoology Grad...
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''why do teeth chatter when I''m cold?''

A: because you are shivering It is the body''s method of trying to increase its temperature....


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If a person has facial tics ,face drooping on the right side including lip and right eye.Over a time spand of 36 monthhas experienced intermitentfull body convolsions a hand tremors along with teeth chattering what could this be.Thisstarted when this pe

A: Hi,The symptoms could be due to the presence of cyst in the brain if there is no other abnormality . Please gether ear infection treated because it might add to the complications .You have not mentioned whether aneurologist has treated her after the MRI .Please consult a neurologist and the cyst should be removedsurgically otherwise it may create more complications by compressing brain nerves when it grows . Hope thishelps you . Take care and regards !...
 
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