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#1 Posted : Wednesday, December 31, 2014 9:07:40 PM(UTC)

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I got to see here sleep recommendations with shashksh clothes not warm enough.

From what I know, and also makes more sense to me, it's better to sleep with as few clothes (socks and gloves) and it will explain:

The body emits heat not hot parts of the body. The groin, armpits and joints (especially when they are folded) like knees and elbows more foreign producers out (especially feet) and palms.

So when sleeping without clothes, all parts of the body heat that is in a bag (to close the bag except for a small opening for easy breathing) and balance possible in parts of the body because all air bshksh. Selena actually make you sweat in the armpit and the groin and stagnation in the feet and the palms and large shortages during hibernation.

Of course you can sleep with gloves and socks because they protect the parts, and I assume that nobody here doesn't break a sweat on the feet while sleeping in cold climates. Anyway if not too cold I personally prefer to sleep without socks and soles of your feet as much as possible to unwind.

However, if you're still cold, it is recommended to put the clothes on the shcsh, and create an isolate layer as possible between the cold air outside (or inside cover) shcsh.

So far it works for me, you know, people here or you're going soon to renew?

#2 Posted : Wednesday, December 31, 2014 11:23:15 PM(UTC)

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Personally when it's cold I'm wearing everything I've got into the sleeping bag,
And sometimes the legs in a raincoat (surrounds the outside bag).

Since launched changed is like any garment, I don't see the logic-to wear my clothes, "because that's a sleeping bag."
And as I understand, the question is not "how each organ is exothermic but generally hot enough body.
When hot enough,
The first organ to which no foreign body (therefore not opening them) are the periphery-ears, nose and the hands and feet.

If I'm cold and I think it's especially humidity shmcetbert sleeping bag,
Probably because I covered my head and breathed in,
I don't think a situation where "hot lap but cold feet."
From my own experience – when it's cold my feet I often feel cold from the knees down.
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