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Most people use thermometers after sickness has already taken hold as a way to measure and monitor the healing process.
Another way to use a thermometer is to measure one’s potential metabolic rate and thyroid function.
By measuring body temperature upon waking for one week and taking the average value and comparing this to a normal body temperature of 37.0°C/98.6°F you can get a good indication of whether your metabolism is downregulated (below 37.0°C) or upregulated (above 37.0°C).
If below or above normal temperature and with other correlating symptoms of disease this can help better inform a decision to visit a health practitioner for proper thyroid hormone testing.
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