Tatyana Romanenko, therapist and family doctor, told the Russians how to help the body adapt faster to the low temperature outside the window.
The specialist explained that in cold weather, heat in the human body is distributed differently. It remains in the vital organs, while the legs, hands and nose receive less of it. In order for the body to get used to low temperatures, it is necessary to reduce the temperature in the room.
It is optimal to sleep at a temperature of 18 to 22 degrees, slowly leave your comfort zone. If the room is 30 degrees Celsius, then even at 10 degrees outside we will feel frozen, and the risk of hypothermia will increase
The therapist also advised to take water treatments with cool water. Walking outdoors in moderately warm clothing is also helpful.
The right clothes are the ones that are comfortable when we are not cold on the street, but we can be physically active. If you are not dressed for the weather, you will never get used to the cold. If it gets hot, the risk of hypothermia increases dramatically.