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Staying Warm in Winter

Bitter cold temperatures. Icy winds. Blowing snow. Winter has many ways of exposing you to the cold. But just because the winter weather is cold, doesn't mean you have to be. When the mercury drops, Mr. Goodair advises you try these tips — they'll keep you toasty and warm.

While this might be an obvious tip, layering your clothes works the best. Wear quite a lot of thin layers because then you can trap the air in between the layers. It also means layers of clothing can be removed once someone is warmed up. The real key to handling the cold is layers of clothing — scarf, hat, gloves, jumper, coats, etc. Always make sure you have a back-up coat at work for any extra layer required.  

COVER UP Any part of the body which is exposed will feel the chill, which means the hands and ears often feel the coldest. The back of the neck and lower back are the parts that are susceptible to the cold, and it is recommended that we cover those to feel warmer.    


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