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Started by thedoc Board Chemistry. Science News Features. Interviews Answers to Science Questions. Are women more heat-tolerant than men? I've always found it a bit funny that my husband thinks my baths are too hot. My girlfriends and I were talking the other day and two of them mentioned that their male partners also think their female counterparts are crazy as they can tolerate higher temperature when taking a warm shower or handling hot pans. Is it possible that female humans have higher tolerance to warm temperature? I so, would it be different from animals? Heidy What do you think? Chemistry4me Naked Science Forum King!
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What do women want? A nice hot bath filled with bubbles, pleasant aromas, and nurturing. Well, women really want more than that, but most women would agree that a nice hot bath is always a good idea.
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Sometimes, the battle even turns to guerilla tactics. Jim and Sheila Hagan, parents of a "Good Morning America" producer, admit that they secretly adjust the thermostat when the other isn't looking. Do you fight all the time about the temperature? Click here to tell us. That very same battle -- in which men want it cooler and women want it hotter -- could be caused by a difference in the bodies of men and women, experts say. The blood, meant to warm our extremities when we're cold, is redirected to our core, where women's vital organs are warmer to meet childbearing needs, according to "Good Morning America" medical contributor Dr. Marie Savard. When their hands and feet are chilly, women feel cold. Also, about a third of body heat is generated by muscle and women tend to have less muscle mass than men. But it's not just women complaining about the cold.

In the epic battle over the thermostat, which sex's complaints go lukewarm?

When I read the news that taking cold showers is good for your immune system, I was surprised. But this news, about hot, relaxing baths, is even more surprising Japanese researchers, who reviewed heart attack data of 11, people over the course of two years, report that taking a hot bath on a cold day may up your risk for a heart attack. Scientists from Kyoto Prefectural University say that heart attacks were 10 times higher when bathing in winter months compared to summer. The study doesn't indicate the age range for the bathers, or if they had previous heart issues, but it sort of makes you want to make your bath a little less hot, huh? The researchers don't speculate on an explanation for the correlation, but past research has shown that experiences and activities that jar or shock the system can contribute to heart attack. This is why experts tell us that many heart attacks happen first thing in the morning after being jarred awake by the alarm clock. I don't know about you, but a hot bath always makes me feel healthier! There's something about the soothing nature of the heat and steam. How about you?

Sometimes, the battle even turns to guerilla tactics. Jim and Sheila Hagan, parents of a "Good Morning America" producer, admit that they secretly adjust the thermostat when the other isn't looking. Do you fight all the time about the temperature? Click here to tell us. That very same battle -- in which men want it cooler and women want it hotter -- could be caused by a difference in the bodies of men and women, experts say.

The blood, meant to warm our extremities when we're cold, is redirected to our core, where women's vital organs are warmer to meet childbearing needs, according to "Good Morning America" medical contributor Dr.

Marie Savard. When their hands and feet are chilly, women feel cold. Also, about a third of body heat is generated by muscle and women tend to have less muscle mass than men. But it's not just women complaining about the cold. According to experts, skinny men get colder than heftier men because each pound of fat seals the heat inside the body. Low blood pressure can also cause someone to be chilly because blood, which heats the body, does not circulate as well.

Sometimes, however, in workplaces and conference halls, it really is as cold as the chilly people say -- many event planners and bosses think cold air makes people a little more alert.

In the Hagan home, there are no bosses. But Sheila Hagan knows exactly who to blame now when things get a little chilly. Shows Good Morning America. World News Tonight. This Week. The View. What Would You Do? Sections U. Virtual Reality. We'll notify you here with news about. Turn on desktop notifications for breaking stories about interest? Comments 0. As stocks dive and coronavirus spreads, Trump continues to downplay risk.

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