Re: keeping warm
paul sweeney (sweeneyp@WAL.AB.COM)
Tue, 31 Oct 1995 15:11:59 EST
>ALWAYS, change your socks before going to bed. IF you think of it, you might
>try sticking a dry pair of socks in an inner pocket of a jacket, to warm them
>up with your body temperature.
Clean, dry socks really do work. Also, make sure you change the rest of
your clothes too. You will be amazed at how much warmer you will be. The
clothes that you have been wearing all day are very damp from
perspiration and will act as a heat sink away from your body especially
during sleep when your body temperature is at its lowest.
A second pair of wool socks over the others will also provide more
warmth if it is just your feet getting cold.
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