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At what temperature does hypothermia start?
Hypothermia starts at ninety five degrees Fahrenheit. At this stage people start to shiver which is your bodies way of trying to heat it up. As it gets worse though the mind starts to get confused because the blood isn't flowing the way it is supposed to.


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