Preventing Hypothermia During the Extremely cold weather

Preventing Hypothermia During the Extremely cold weather

 

Hypothermia, or cold stress, happens when exposure causes the body temperature to fall below 95 degrees F.

  It is important to remember that a person does not need to be exposed to

extremely cold weather to suffer from hypothermia.

Older people, infants and those weakened by chronic illness (especially breathing ailments

such as COPD) are especially susceptible and may be more vulnerable.

If you know someone who might be susceptible, remember to call them regularly.

If you think you may be susceptible, have a friend, neighbor or family member call

you daily.

Better yet, stay inside on days when the temperature dips to extremes below normal.

 

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