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With winter just around the corner, it’s time to consider how to keep warm when the temperature gets too cold. This is important because hypothermia is something you want to avoid so as not to put yourself at risk for a stroke, catching a cold, a flu, hypertension or worse, a heart attack.

So keep your hands and body warm this winter by following these five simple tips.

1. Layer Up to Beat the Cold

Believe it or not wearing several layers of light clothing materials is more effective in keeping your body warm than a single layer of much thicker clothing material. Keeping your body warm is not rocket science. It can be intuitive such as wearing a cap even indoors. This will help you stay warm and cozy, and particularly useful if you’re cutting down on heating costs.

2. Warm Hands are Key to Staying Warm Overall

Gloves are highly recommend for keeping warm. If your hands are cold, the rest of your body follows even if you are wearing heavy winter clothing. Choose comfortable gloves that not only trap heat, but also allow your hands and fingers to move freely.

3. Use an Electric Blanket at Night

Turning up the thermostat is not absolutely unnecessary for keeping warm. There’s a more practical and economical way, and that is to simply use an electric blanket.

You can augment that with a hot water bottle. It sounds old-fashioned, but you’d be surprised how effective this remedy can be.

Cuddling a rice bag is another way to help you get a good night’s sleep during wintry nights. Just fill a cotton sack with rice, stitch it close and microwave for no longer two minutes – you just want to heat the rice, not cook it.

4. Keep Doors and Windows Closed

Keeping your windows and doors closed is a practical solution for keeping your home warm in winter. However, you’d be surprised at the number of people who neglect to do that.

Use heavy curtains to help keep the cold out and trap the heat in. Be mindful to seal all gaps in your doors and windows to ensure proper insulation of your interior.

5. Exercise to Build Up Body Heat

To be honest, winter is not conducive for exercise. Nevertheless, keep your body active to keep your blood circulation going. This will not only combat the cold, but also keep your body from becoming sluggish.

Bonus Tip: Keep Your Hands Warm with Heated Glove Liners

Heated glove liners are convenient to use and are designed to be worn under a pair of gloves. Using this gadget is one of the quickest ways to keep your hands warm and comfortable when the weather gets too cold.

The Verseo ThermoGear Rechargeable Heated Glove Liners keep your hands warm up to the fingertips whether indoors or outdoors. If you enjoy outdoor sports such as skiing, cycling, sailing, fishing and winter sports then these Rechargeable Heated Glove liners by Verseo are the perfect choice for you.