Hey guys, I dont know about you but I am freezing cold right now, so I decided to make a tip about keeping warm, so here it is:)))
1. Dress Warmly. Warm clothing, especially when it's layered, not only prevents exposure, it also helps retain body heat.
Wear a warm hat and thick socks. We lose most of our body heat through our head and feet.
2. Cuddle up under blankets.
Keep blankets on your couch so that you can wrap yourself up while reading or watching TV, and get extra blankets to sleep with.
3. Use a hot water bottle. Water retains heat for a long time, making hot water bottles an affordable and effective way to stay warm. You can use one while sitting at your desk or watching television, and a water bottle under the blankets will keep your bed warm through the night.
4. Consume warm foods and beverages. Delicious winter soups and hot chocolate are part of the fun of the season. Hot tea and coffee, and substantial foods like pizza, meat and toast will keep your body warm as well.
5. Take hot baths. They're a nice way to relax your muscles, especially after a stressful day, and can warm you up in no time. If you really want to relax, add some candles and soothing music. Be sure to dry off well afterwards.
6. Utilize your body heat.
Find a place to get cosy, wrap yourself in blankets and slowly but surely your trapped body heat will warm you right up!
7. Sit on a radiator, I always do this
8. Keep active, it may seem hard but it kinda helps, I have to go out for sports for 2 hours at school in minus degrees.
Tips: There are many ways to make a great cup of hot cocoa. You can add mint, vanilla, marshmallows or whipped cream. Look for fun recipes.
Put a hot water bottle in your bed one hour before you go to sleep. The sheets will be nice and warm when you're ready for bed.
If you're cooking in the oven, leave the door slightly open when you're done. The hot oven air will heat your kitchen.
These tips were designed with winter in mind, but they can be used in any season or situation in which you find yourself chilly.
Candles are one the biggest causes of home fires. They should be fixed in non-flammable containers. Remember to extinguish all candles before going to bed.
Be careful with hot foods and beverages as they can burn your tongue.
Candles and fires burn oxygen, and can use it up quickly during winter when doors and windows are closed. To prevent smoke inhalation, make sure the flue in your fireplace is open, and consider opening a window just a crack, to ensure a steady supply of fresh oxygen.
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