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Cold weather power tool manufacturers remind you

by:WORKSITE     2021-01-07
It is winter now, and many people will say that the weather is cold, but they don’t know how to keep warm and how to make their body great. Here is the editor of electric tools to tell you how to pay attention to what and how to keep yourself warm .

How to keep warm in winter The cold current in winter often makes people shiver and shiver. Many people try to get warm-curled up, covered with quilts and slumbered; indoor air-conditioning is turned on, but doors and windows are closed; in order to resist the cold, they wear thermal underwear , Sweaters and trousers, plus down jackets, hats, scarves, masks, gloves and other 'supporting facilities' are all available. Experts point out that sleeping with a head covering is harmful to health. A quilt that is too thick will oppress the body and cannot relax the body completely while sleeping. At the same time, a quilt that is too thick will also oppress the heart and other organs, affecting health; A big sleep will gradually increase the exhaust gas such as carbon dioxide in the bed, which will affect normal breathing and even cause suffocation. At the same time, it can also induce cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases due to hypoxia in the quilt. In winter, many people keep their doors and windows closed and stay at home. However, due to the closed doors and windows, the indoor air circulation is not good, resulting in dirty air, which can easily cause symptoms such as dizziness, sweating, dry throat, chest tightness and discomfort. 'Three points of hunger and cold, seven points of food and clothing' is the experience summarized by the ancients, which is very reasonable. Because of excessive warmth, it is easy to reduce the body's adjustment and adaptability and cold tolerance, and it is easy to cause some diseases.

Please keep warm. Power tool manufacturers remind everyone that it’s cold, so be nice to yourself.
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