Body & Fitness

Keep your feet warm!

Yes, your mother was right, after all. Plunging temperatures in the toe department can open the door to viral infection. The nose walls are affected by cold feet. When the feet are cold, the nose walls contract, become cold and dry and cause the glands to stop functioning, so that dust and bacteria are no longer filtered out. Double-thick bed socks, here we come!

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