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Old 02-10-2015, 07:42 AM
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Question How to help heart cope with Severe heat and cold

The best environmental temperature for the human body is 72F (22 C). This temperature is recommended to be maintained in the room where a person sleeps. Sudden temperature changes are particularly dangerous for the health. At first the reserve forces of the body to help the heart work, but the resources are not limitless.



How to help heart cope with severe heat and cold?
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I have a hard time sleeping in a room that is over 62 degrees.
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