Vaporization: translates into sweating! Love your sweat. Wear it with pride. It means that your brain is working. The hypothalamus is responsible for regulating body temperature and when you’re too hot, regulation occurs through sweating to cool you down. Actually, the body loses 85% of its heat during intense exercise this way.
Radiation: being so d**n hot that you’re releasing heat into the surrounding air, sort of like heat leaving a radiator. This usually occurs in air temperatures lower than 20°C (68°F), and your body drops 65% of its heat like this.
Convection: means losing heat through air or water molecules flowing across your skin. Fans were invented for a reason and who doesn’t love a cool pool when you're feeling like a sauna?
Conduction: is when you're cooling down through physical contact with another object or body. If you put a piece of ice onto your skin, what happens? You get cold because the ice transfers coldness to your body and the ice gets warm since your body transfers heat to the ice.