10 Unexpected Ways To Keep Warm
No. 1 – Wear 2 Pairs of Socks
Our feet have a large surface area and lots of blood vessels so it’s best to keep those toes toasty when the cold weather hits!
No. 2 – Enjoy a Hot Drink
You can warm your body through with a delicious hot drink and what’s better than a hot chocolate when it’s freezing outside?
No. 3 – Stay in Bed
With lockdown #3, we have more reasons than one where we could sneak an extra few minutes in bed and snuggle down under the duvet.
No. 4 – Make DIY Hand Warmers
Get crafty and make yourself some handwarmers, mittens or gloves. It will keep you busy and warm too!
No. 5 – Remember Joey Wearing All The Clothes?!
Here’s a 90s throwback to the TV show Friends, when Joey decided to wear everything that Chandler owned, all at once. Put on a few extra layers – that’s one way to keep warm!
No. 6 – Have a Shower to Heat Through
A shower is a great way to heat your body through – just be sure to get dry and dressed before you feel cold again!
No. 7 – Hug the Dog
A dog’s normal core body temperature ranges from 100 to 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit, compared with a human’s normal body temperature of around 98.6 degrees. Get those cuddles going!
No. 8 – Keep Moving
Sitting around might only make you feel colder. Try moving, keep the circulation going and you’ll start to feel warmer before you know it!
No. 9 – Keep Doors Closed
If you’re in one room mainly, try closing the door to keep the heat in. You can also try adding draught excluders to keep the room warm.
No. 10 – Get Robinsons Facilities Services to Service Your Boiler!
Last but not least, be sure to get your boiler serviced so that it runs efficiently and keeps you warm on the coldest of days. Call us on 01423 226578 for boiler maintenance and repairs – we’ll keep you warm!
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