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Quick Facts: HypothermiaIs a risk even in above average winter temps: hypothermia can happen at 10 C and under! Occurs when the body cannot produce more heat than its losing, resulting in an internal body temperature that drops below 35 C (95 F); Is caused by any one (or all) of these key risk factors: Wind chills your body as the air moves over it Wet water rapidly absorbs body heat; even damp clothes are a risk factor Cold exposure to cold chills the body
Rachel asked the Naked Scientists:Do you really sleep warmer in a sleeping bag if you are naked? Or have I been fooled?What do you think?
Not with my member, thanks.