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Overheating may refer to:
- Hyperthermia, also called sunstroke, an elevated body temperature due to failed thermoregulation
- Thermal shock, the overheating of a device leading to reduced efficiency, damage or even destruction
- Overheating (economics), a rapid, very big growth of production that is thought to have a negative influence
- Overheating (electricity) Unexpected rise of temperature in a portion of electrical circuit, that can cause harm to the circuit, and accidents.
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For superheating see Superheating.