Exposure to cold air can cause the body to slow blood circulation to the extremities. To prevent frostbite, make sure you’re wearing water-resistant, insulated footwear and warm socks if you’re out in the cold.
If you start to experience numbness or pain, go to a warmer environment as soon as possible. People with diabetes are at particular risk because nerve damage known as neuropathy may prevent them from feeling the cold.
Before hitting the slopes, do some strength training and conditioning to get your body ready.
Everyone should also take the time to warm up before an athletic activity.This is essential to prevent injury.
A10-minute warmup that targets the muscles that will be used that day. Someone who is hiking or snowshoeing might do brisk walking on a level surface or climb a couple of flights of stairs.
Wearing a shoe with good traction is important if you run year-round with a customized orthotic..
Much like the way we change our tires to deal with winter weather, I advise runners to wear the appropriate shoes for the season.
I also recommend wearing insulated socks in very cold weather to avoid mild frostbite. Awareness of dropping temperatures is critical to staying safe.
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