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If you plan to go to an outdoor sporting event this winter, our six tips will help you prepare to cheer for your team while staying warm and safe. Watch your local weather forecast on TV or dith the weather online. The weather forecast is usually for the whole week, so you can prepare in advance.
Keep an umbrella, poncho, or warm jacket with you. Additionally, have an indoor, heated place that you can get to. Carry a thermos with hot drinks, soup, or noodles.
Warm food and witg will warm you inside and keep your strength and spirits up. Is it going to rain or snow? Items to help you stay warm might include: Wear Waterproof Shoes or Boots with Good Grip You will want to be safe and dry as you navigate icy, wet, or snowy terrain.
Pack Warm Food Sometimes all you need in chilly conditions is hot food or drink. The signs and symptoms of hypothermia include: Skin that is cold to the touch Shivering at first, than absence of shivering Lethargy, drowsiness Weakness, clumsiness Irritability, combativeness Confusion, delirium, hallucinations Slow reflexes Seizure, wiht, or coma Slowed, shallow, or arrested breathing Slowed, irregular, or arrested heartbeat Treatment for hypothermia Get out of the cold.
Replace cold, wet clothing with warm, dry blankets. Place heat packs under arms and on chest, neck, and groin. Sit with knees tucked into chest.
Do not: Directly apply heat to arms and legs. This may force cold blood back to the heart.
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