One of the most common forms of cold is the cold that comes with winter, known as the Canadian winter

Cold is a major health risk for many people because it reduces their ability to fight off illness and disease. Some of the dangers include hypothermia, pneumonia, and influenza.

Cold is a result of the lack of heat in the body. If your body temperature falls below the normal range for long periods of time, it can lead to serious health problems.

Cold weather is inevitable during winter. However, cold weather can be dangerous to humans. When exposed to extreme cold weather, people can experience frostbite as well as hypothermia (when your body temperature is too low). In some parts of the world, exposure to extreme cold can also lead to death due to exposure.

What does one do when exposed to cold? An individual should stay hydrated and try not to exert themselves too much in cold weather conditions.

Cold is a condition characterized by the presence of subnormal or abnormally low temperatures. The most common symptoms of cold are the freezing of bodily fluids and inflammation of the mucous membrane lining in the nose and throat.

The winter season brings with it many health risks due to a lack in proper clothing and footwear. Cold is associated with many cases of winter-related health issues, such as hypothermia, frostbite, bronchitis, pneumonia, etc.

Cold can be dangerous for your health if you don’t have proper clothing or warm shelter that can protect you from cold weather conditions.