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CarbonRobot CarbonRobot
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2 months ago
I was wonder if collagen helps to keep the body warmer in the winter? It occurs to me that with age I have less collagen and more fat. Was thinking the collagen must of done more to keep me warm.
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Educator
2 months ago
The idea of feeling hot/cold is sort of subjective, isn't it?

Some people have the ability to use the power of their mind to alter realities; for example, imagining you're in a warm place causes you to "feel" hot.

It's hard to answer this question scientifically because if you brought a fat young person into a cold place, they'll feel cold regardless of their physique simple because they're not accustomed to the colder environment.
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2 months ago
The idea of feeling hot/cold is sort of subjective, isn't it? Some people have the ability to use the power of their mind to alter realities; for example, imagining you're in a warm place causes you to "feel" hot. It's hard to answer this question scientifically because if you brought a fat young person into a cold place, they'll feel cold regardless of their physique simple because they're not accustomed to the colder environment.

You wouldn't say it's common for old people to wrap themselves up more in the winter than young people?
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2 months ago
Ah, yes! But that's due to reduced blood flow causes by changes to their cardiovascular system
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