Body Fantastic: Effects Of Swimming In 32 Degree Water
Look at the fingers.
Fingers are very white.
The cold has caused the capillaries and Dr. Parent’s arm to constrict, turning his skin unnaturally white.
Okay, I gotta lie down for a second then. Now it’s getting red, isn’t it? Yeah.
Just basically vet and that rewarming. Now the body itself doing that. You can see the marks.
As Dr. Barron’s arm begins to warm up, the blood rushes back into the capillaries, turning his skin unnaturally red.
My fingers were starting to feel like they were stiffening and shriveling and not responding to my brain’s idea about moving them.
That’s after immersing less than 4% of his total skin volume for less than a minute.
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