Thermal comfort exists separately from thermoregulation.
Unless you're actually at risk of hypothermia or hyperthermia, it’s likely that your core temperature is already right where it needs to be at about 98.6 ºF.
Thermal comfort, on the other hand, depends on local thermal sensations across your entire body.
Just like when your hands or feet get cold in the winter and you feel miserable, when you feel a localized sensation of warmth or coolness you’ll feel more comfortable overall!
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