When camping, you don't have to let your teeth tremble and your fingers and toes numb. Here are some suggestions to help you warm up without a campfire, whether you are hiking, spending the night in a tent, or spending the early hours in a car.

Tips for Staying Warm While Camping

When you are on the road

First is the good news. Exercise—even if you just keep one foot in front of the other—can help you maintain your body temperature. Unfortunately, the warmth may not extend to your fingers and toes. Continue to bend your fingers, but better yet, buy some hand and toe warmers before you start. Yes, they do help, especially chemicals that can generate heat.
You may also want to spend more money on the coat. Cheap coats and jackets usually cannot provide as much insulation. Also, as long as you dress for the weather, don't wear cotton clothes under your coat. This fabric absorbs body heat.
Eat a high-fat and/or high-protein snack, such as olive oil or peanut butter, to help your internal combustion stove before you go. Then take a break with regular meals during the process. Any food that contains calories will help, because calories are units of calories.
Ginger root tea will also boost your metabolism, even if it is not hot-but it will keep you warmer if you carry it in a thermos. Whatever you do, when you stop to rest, don’t sit on cold, hard ground or rocks. The cold will radiate directly into your body. 

Tips for Staying Warm While Camping

Keeping warm in a tent

First is the good news. Exercise—even if you just keep one foot in front of the other—can help you maintain your body temperature. Unfortunately, the warmth may not extend to your fingers and toes. Continue to bend your fingers, but better yet, buy some hand and toe warmers before you start. Yes, they do help, especially chemicals that can generate heat.
You may also want to spend more money on the coat. Cheap coats and jackets usually cannot provide as much insulation. Also, as long as you dress for the weather, don't wear cotton clothes under your coat. This fabric absorbs body heat.
Eat a high-fat and/or high-protein snack, such as olive oil or peanut butter, to help your internal combustion stove before you go. Then take a break with regular meals during the process. Any food that contains calories will help, because calories are units of calories.
Ginger root tea will also boost your metabolism, even if it is not hot-but it will keep you warmer if you carry it in a thermos. Whatever you do, when you stop to rest, don’t sit on cold, hard ground or rocks. The cold will radiate directly into your body.

Tips for Staying Warm While Camping

Bedding down in your vehicle

If you spend the night in your car, most of the tips and tricks for keeping warm are useful, but your car or truck can provide one or two additional options to improve your warmth.
Isolate the place where you sleep and close the place you don't use at night. You can use blankets, or even planks brought from home-when you don’t need them, they can be placed flat in the trunk or cargo area, taking up minimal space. If you are really cold, you can open the car for a while to release heat. Just make sure that the exhaust pipe is not blocked, so that the exhaust gas will flow out, not inside, because it may be fatal.

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