Home Remedies for Hypothermia

 If you or someone you know is experiencing hypothermia, the first step is to move them to a warm, dry place.

Get the person indoors:

Drinking warm fluids such as tea, soup or hot chocolate can help to raise the body temperature. Avoid drinks that contain alcohol or caffeine.

Warm fluids: 

Apply warm compresses to the chest, neck, armpits, & groin areas to help warm the body.

Warm compresses: 

Light exercise can help to generate body heat. However, it's important to avoid strenuous activities that can increase heart rate & make the body lose more heat.


Applying heat packs to the body can help to increase body temperature. Use heat packs that are not too hot & avoid direct contact with the skin.

Heat packs: 

Massaging the arms and legs can help to improve blood circulation, which can help to generate body heat.


Use a thermometer to monitor the body temperature. If the temperature drops below 95°F (35°C), seek medical attention immediately.

Monitor body temperature: 

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