Take a bath in lukewarm water. This will make you cool if you have a fever. But don’t try to bring it down rapidly by plunging into cold water.
Get a sponge bath. Sponging high-heat areas like your armpits and groin with cool water can help reduce your temperature as the water evaporates.
If you are not bathing, place cold, damp washcloths on your forehead and the back of your neck.
Have a yarrow tea. Herbs opens your pores and triggers the sweating that is said to move a fever toward its end. Drink until you start to sweat.
Drink a cup of ginger tea, which also induces sweating.
Sprinkle cayenne pepper on your foods.One of its main components is capsaicin, the alarmingly hot ingredient that’s found in hot peppers. It promotes rapid blood circulation.
Warm your feet in hot water. Then soak a thin pair of cotton socks in cold water, wring them out, and slipthem on just before going to bed.