Jan 4, 2011 ... So if the head were to lose even 75% of the body's heat, it would have to ... 40
times as much heat per square inch as every other part of your body. ... "If you
don't have a hat on, you lose heat through your head, just as you ...
Oct 19, 2012 ... ... Chang explains just how much body heat we lose through our heads. ... of
body heat is lost through your head—and that's if your entire body ...
Feb 1, 2013 ... Despite the myth that people lose up to half their body heat through their heads,
we ... You won't conserve half your body heat by wearing a hat.
Mar 9, 2009 ... Losing most of your heat through your head is a popular myth, but head heat loss
is not the majority of body heat lost. ... lost through your head at rest. Head heat
loss changes with how much you exercise. When exercising at ...
Feb 14, 2007 ... "If your feet are cold, cover your head because you can lose… ... because you
can lose up to 75% of your body heat through your head alone. ... Thus, the head
would have to lose about 40 times as much heat per square inch ...
Feb 19, 2011 ... You can lose up to 75% of your body heat through your head alone. ... Thus, the
head would have to lose about 40 times as much heat per square inch ... And
keep in mind that heat escapes from any exposed area (feet, arms, ...
Dec 11, 2012 ... Myth: You lose the most body heat through your head. ... conditions on the rest of
your body dictate how much heat you lose through your head.
Jun 19, 2011 ... In fact, covering one part of the body has as much effect as covering any ...
However, conventionally, no more heat is lost through your head ...
Jan 28, 2012 ... In fact, covering one part of the body has as much effect as covering any other. ...
PS: my sources tell me that heat loss through your head is ...
Mar 31, 2013 ... Monday's medical myth: you lose most heat through your head ... You're no more
likely to lose heat from your head than other parts of your body – except ... head
skin blood flow increases much less than that of the hands and ...