There is a term called wicking. It references drawing water from one area to another via clothing or cloth. Wicking clothes can pull moisture away from the body and products exist on today’s market for purchase.
Now let us think of wicking on a larger scale. Chairs, couches, beds, and like furniture. These items pushed up against a wall will help wick the cold from the walls and windows to the furniture. Persons resting in the furniture, will then wick the cold to them as well. This can cause the individual to become ill.
To prevent wicking cold and getting sick, pull all furniture away from walls. Especially baby cribs. Furniture pulled away approximately four inches will help prevent wicking cold and may prevent illness.
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Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT is the Founder and CEO of Couture Health Care www.couturehealthcare.org.
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