Low body temperature is dangerous for health: Doctors' advice

1. Stay Warm: Keep yourself warm, especially during colder months or in cold environments. Wear layers of clothing and use blankets to maintain body heat.

1. Stay Hydrated: Drinking warm beverages, such as herbal tea or warm water, can help maintain body temperature. It's important to stay hydrated even when you don't feel thirsty.

1. Healthy Diet: Consume warm and nutritious food. A warm meal can help increase body temperature. Foods high in healthy fats can also help keep the body warm.

1. Stay Active: Regular physical activity can help regulate body temperature. Even light exercises or activities can be beneficial.

1. Avoid Alcohol and Caffeine: These can cause heat loss in the body and should be avoided, especially in cold weather.

1. Check Thyroid Function: Low body temperature can sometimes be a symptom of an underactive thyroid. Consult with a doctor to rule out any underlying conditions.

1. Avoid Excessive Cold Exposure: Try to limit time spent in cold environments, and always wear appropriate clothing when you have to be outside in cold weather.

1. Consult a Doctor: If low body temperature persists or is accompanied by other symptoms, it’s important to seek medical advice. It could be a sign of a more serious health issue.