A common question around the elderly in the colder months of the year is, “Where is your hat?” With the fall and winter months approaching, it’s time to get the head-coverings out.
The human body should maintain a body temperature of around 98.6 degrees and even the smallest deviation of that will bring on an unusual body chill - according to an article discussing the importance of wearing hats in colder temperatures on emergencyprepguy.com.
Make sure you prepare to cover those noggins. You want to reduce your chance for catching colds and even reduce having to layer your clothing. Hats are insulators to the body and we can’t forget they are the perfect complement to your already, stylish winter wear.
For more information, here’s the article.