What is the warmest part of the human body? According to the Journal Gazette of Fort Wayne, Indiana, the warmest parts of the human body are the head, chest and armpits. Conversely, the coldest parts are the feet and toes, which are farthest from the warm-blood-pumping heart. Health Guidance reports that while the human body maintains a consistent internal temperature, the skin is capable of increasing in temperature as a result of vigorous exercise or warm temperatures.
And, according to some artists, the female body would seem to particularly suffer from this type of thermal excursion — especially during the hottest seasons —, consequently developing an intimate relationship with some refreshing objects. Above all, the electric fan — created by Dr. Schuyler Skaats Wheeler in 1886.