The Nordic babies who nap in sub-zero temperatures


A little fresh air never hurt anyone, a phrase many Nordic parents live by, is often implemented as many young children are placed outside to nap in temperatures well below the freezing mark, a strategy some believe – albeit unintuitive at first – prevents coughs and colds.

It also sounds like a surefire way to thicken Nordic children’s skin, an early adaptation technique that will get them through subsequent drawn-out, icy winters.

BBC News – The babies who nap in sub-zero temperatures.

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Gary Pearson is a public relations and social media manager, freelance writer, former sports reporter for the Prince Albert Herald, sports aficionado, philomath and thirsty traveller forever in search of new adventures.
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One Response to The Nordic babies who nap in sub-zero temperatures

  1. Anonymous says:

    Normal in Finland.

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