It’s cold outside! Take steps to prevent hypothermia

February 2, 2021

Family Safety & Health Magazine

Other ways you can prepare your body for frigid temperatures include making sure you’re hydrated and well-rested, says Gary Zimmer, a Conshohocken, PAbased doctor and member of the American College of Emergency Physicians. And eat a hearty meal: The body uses more calories when it’s cold.

Avoid smoking and alcohol use, which can hinder blood circulation.

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