13. You’re Out of Shape
We all know the benefits of exercising: it keeps us healthy, helps maintain weight, regulates heartbeat and even lifts up our mood. What we may not know is that people who exercise regularly also tend to feel less hot. The reason for this is not yet known but the phenomena has been shown in studies.
14. You’re Not Used to Hot Weather
Our bodies have the ability to acclimate to different temperatures. This process usually takes two weeks.
People who are not used to higher temperatures may feel hot initially but after two weeks this will become better. Thus spending more time in the outdoors will help in quickly acclimating the body to heat. After this the body will become better at cooling the heat.
It is also recommended that the temperature inside the house be set to a maximum of degrees lower than outside temperature to help in quick acclimation.
Obesity or excessive weight is harmful for our health in many ways. It raises the chances of heart diseases. In addition, it has also been shown that obese people feel more heart issue. This is because they have less surface of skin for the amount of weight they have. This in turn means that the cooling system is not as efficient.