As I was taught in my modern physics class the Higg's Field acts like an ideal ferromagnet cooling down to some constant and thus invoking spontaneous symmetry breaking. The process of the Higg's Field cooling down is modeled by the Mexican Hat Potential. What I do not understand about the Higg's Mechanism is the thermodynamics of the field. For the field to cool down it must give off latent heat in the form of particle-antiparticle pairs. These decay channels are dependent upon the Higg's Bosons mass but nevertheless all decay channels are completely comprised of massive particles. So my question is how would the Higg's Field cool down if the Higg's Boson decays into particles it will thereafter instantaneously interact with? Does this necessitate multiple Higg's Fields?