Do you ever feel cold randomly? I do. (Maybe it’s just me).
Our body temperature is sometimes an obvious reflection of our body processes. When our bodies need to put concerted effort into a task, our temperature often drops. For example, after you eat, you often get cold. This is not because you just exercised and now your sweat is cooling you. You simply get cold after you eat because your energy is going towards your stomach.
When people say energy, they are often actually referring to blood, and they don’t realize it. For example: when you eat, your body’s “energy” is diverted from other tasks to digest the food. In part, this means that blood is moving away from the skin and moving more towards the stomach.
Temperature is partially a reflection of how much blood is in the skin!
Your temperature fluctuates with your digestion habits, as well as your elimination habits. For example, when you have to pee, your body temperature drops. This is because your body is sending extra energy towards warming up the pee in your bladder. This is happening to me right now. I have had to pee pretty urgently since I began this post. I’m connecting theory and practice, here.
You may be cold at other times, partially due to diverted energy to other places. I wonder what other organs frequently divert energy away from heat? Maybe if drank a lot one night, you might be cold the next day because your liver was diverting energy away from temperature.
So when you are cold, maybe your body is just too busy doing something else.
To me, this implies that you could potentially “get bundled up” to go outside by not eating too much before hand and by peeing before you leave. These biological precautions would help your body’s limited energy to focus on the task at hand- staying warm!.