What is hypothermia?

Hypothermia is a medical disorder in which the core body temperature falls below 35°C due to the body’s inability to create enough heat to keep normal physiological mechanisms functioning. It is a clinical condition in which the patient’s body temperature is below normal.

The usual cerebral and muscle functions are disrupted in this illness. The rate of heat loss in hypothermic patients is greater than the rate of heat creation.

Hypothermia occurs when the body’s ability to restore its normal temperature is compromised.
This sickness develops after being exposed to extremely low temperatures, using certain drugs, or having certain pre-existing ailments.