Encourage seniors to dress in layers to trap warmth. Use thermal undergarments, sweaters, and a windproof jacket when going outside.
Ensure they wear insulated and waterproof shoes or boots to keep their feet warm and dry, especially in snow or rain.
Maintain a warm indoor environment. Use heaters, blankets, and warm clothing to ensure a comfortable temperature, especially during the night.
Encourage seniors to stay hydrated, as it helps regulate body temperature. Warm beverages, soups, and herbal teas can be both comforting and hydrating
Ensure they have regular, nutritious meals. Eating well provides the body with energy to generate heat.
Encourage light indoor exercises to promote blood circulation and maintain body warmth.
Schedule regular check-ups to monitor health conditions. Certain medical conditions may make individuals more susceptible to cold weather effects.