Argon Thermal Garden Glove
Argon thermal gardening gloves
These superb Argon thermal gardening gloves have a double insulated nylon liner with a Hydropellent foam coating, designed to protect, when working in cold and damp conditions. The sanitized antimicrobial finish provides extra freshness and remains flexible to -50c.
Effects of Cold
Hypothermia is a dangerous drop in body temperature, usually caused by prolonged exposure to cold temperatures. The risk of cold exposure in the garden increases as the winter months arrive. But if you’re exposed to cold temperatures on a spring hike or capsized on a summer sail, you can also be at risk of hypothermia.
Normal body temperature averages 98.6 degrees. With hypothermia, core temperature drops below 95 degrees. In severe hypothermia, core body temperature can drop to 82 degrees or lower.
How to look after yourself in the cold
It’s important to stay protected against a drop in temperature as cold weather can affect your body’s ability to fight off viruses and infections. By keeping warm, you can help yourself stay well this winter.
Wear warm clothes
You can help keep warm by:
- wearing plenty of thin layers rather than one thick one
- putting on a coat, hat, scarf, Argon thermal gardening gloves and warm shoes or boots when you go outside
- wearing clothes made of wool or fleecy synthetic fibres (cotton is only effective if the garment stays dry)
- wearing bed socks and thermal underwear at night
Staying active is good for your health. Gardening, for example, can be good for you. If the weather prevents you getting outside, stay active indoors by catching up on all the household tasks you’ve been putting off. Do you have any elderly neighbours or relatives ? keep in touch and make sure they are warm and cosy too, a visit will lift their spirits during the doom and gloom of winter and it will make you feel better too
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