5 Ways to Stay Your Warmest this Winter

words Al Woods

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With the cold months on their way, you want to ensure you and your family are prepared with the warm clothes you need. After all, the time spent indoors during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more critical than ever to own clothing that is warm enough to keep you comfortable when you are outdoors in the winter.

Dress in the Warmest Winter Clothing

Whether you’re inside or out, the best way to maintain a comfortable temperature is to dress appropriately. You might currently make it through a winter with a light jacket by quickly moving from a heated building to a heated vehicle, but that strategy is going to prevent you from getting motivated to enjoy the outdoor winter wonderland.

Men and women alike require warm winter wear, but it helps to get precise fittings if you want to guarantee your clothes are going to work the way they were designed. If you’re a female, consider trying out the best women’s thermal socks for extreme cold that are available to see what a difference warm feet make in your attitude towards the outdoors in winter.

Get Moving

If you’ve ever tried waiting for a bus in cold weather, only to give up and start walking, you know the difference that a bit of physical activity can make when it comes to staying warm. When you head outside, don’t just stay sedentary, plan a vigorous activity to keep you entertained and warm.

Just don’t forget to stay close to home so that you can warm up and get a change of clothing when needed. When your clothing gets sweaty while out in the cold, it could freeze and put you at greater risk of hypothermia.

Warm Food and Drink

While drinking alcohol out in the cold may give you the impression of feeling warm, it expands the blood vessels in your skin, causing your core temperature to decrease. Instead, enjoy a tea or hot chocolate to warm up in the cold. The winter also marks the perfect time for hot soups and stews – just what the doctor ordered.

Home Maintenance

If you’re getting cold in your own home, you may have maintenance issues that are long overdue. A drafty home is usually a sign that your windows or doors are either not appropriately sealed or need to be replaced. You might also have a heating system that requires a service visit from a professional technician. Addressing these issues won’t just keep you warm; it will save you money in heating expenses.

Crank Up the Heat!

If all else fails, you can turn your heat up when the temperature drops. As the outside temperature fluctuates, it is going to impact the temperature in your home as well. Sometimes all you need to do is adjust your heating to compensate.

Cold weather may be uncomfortable when you aren’t prepared, but the answer isn’t to hibernate all winter. Pick up a pair of thermal socks and a thermal base layer so you can enjoy outdoor winter activities this year.


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