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Chapter 6 Terms

QuestionAnswer
Ad libitum Eating at ones pleasure.
chilblains redness caused by cold temperature.
circadian dysrhythmia disruption in the internal clock.
Conductive Heat Exchange physical contact that changes body temperature.
Convective Heat Exchange body temperature changed due to breeze.
Evaporative Heat Loss evaporation of sweat.
Hyperthermia elevated body temperature.
hypothermia body temperature dropped below normal productive levels.
Jet Lag meantal stress caused by changes in time zone.
Metabolic Heat Production internal heat produced by activity in ones metabolism.
Radiant Heat Exchange absorption of heat through the sunshine.
SPF sun protectant factors.
WBGT Index wet bulb globe temperature. combination ofair temp, humidity, and wind.
Altitude sickness headache, nausea, vomiting, sleep disturbance, dyspnea, fluid in the lungs.
heat stroke cherry red face, hot dry skin, unconsciousness, rectal temp of 105 or greater, sign of death, immediate immersion in ice bath.
heat exhuastion pale clamy skin, nausea, vomit, concious, put into shade with clothing, cold/cool fluids
Acclimatization Becoming accustomed to heat and exercising in it
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