Something got me thinking today. I was remembering that throughout this (virus?) illness that didn't seem to want to go away, I was always cold. I took my temperature regularly but it was always well below "normal". The lowest it was, was 35.7C (96.26 Fahrenheit) It was only 37C (98.6) once. I always had a slightly below normal temperature. But it was weird to feel fluey and so basically cold with no fever at all -ever. I hate heat. But the warmer weather helped my symptoms. Then I wondered if I should have got a fever. That if I'd had one my immune system might have fought off what invaded me more efficiently. Feeling rotten of course makes physical exertion inadvisable; the sort of exertion that might raise temperature. So resting, though it's the best idea also doesn't get that inner warmth going. Has anyone tried raising body temperature, by whatever means....saunas or something? Or maybe another method. I can imagine it would be hard to cope with that kind of heat onslaught. Getting that hot would probably make me feel worse, and for some people might make them feel very weak or faint. But if anyone has tried something like that and found it helped afterwards, I would be very interested to hear about it.