Cold Intolerance--A Winter Nightmare

February 2011
PN;Feb2011, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p33
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The article offers tips on how to cope up with cold intolerance in the U.S. It states that one may submerge the body in a hot water to bring the body temperature up and then towel-dry the body. Moreover, other person with warm hands can help cold-intolerant person by massaging feet, hands and arms for the friction of massaging contact causes heat. Furthermore, people with minimal or no feeling in feet or legs must soak the feet or legs on a warm water and must be rubbed briskly. INSET: Coping with Winter.


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