2012 Healthy On The Hill Dec 17
During the winter months, it’s a challenge to stay warm when you go outside to take your usual run, hike or walk with your dog. Try this: instead of listening to the current, popular tunes you have on your iPod, listen to music that elicits a comforting and nostalgic response. Research shows that listening to music that helps you reminisce can actually alter the way your central nervous system perceives temperature, making you feel warmer physically and increasing your tolerance for cold. WOW!