What happens to your body when you die from the cold
This is how your body reacts to cold temperatures
As winter approaches, the frigid air may have you feeling like you could freeze to death. But while it's true that low temperatures are real health concerns, death from the cold can happen even if the body isn't literally frozen. Even moderately cold days can increase the likelihood of death for many people. Of course, those exposed to freezing conditions can also suffer from direct effects, such as frostbite and potentially deadly hypothermia, especially in places where people are not used to cold temperatures.
So, what actually happens to the body when a person dies of the cold? To find out, click through this gallery.
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