Of course, in cold weather your muscles “shiver” to generate more heat. As muscles work, they use a lot of fuel from the blood. You breathe harder and your heart pumps faster to supply more oxygen and remove the waste, but after a time, the blood can’t keep it up. You feel tired and must rest until the fuel is replaced in your muscles and all the waste is carried away.
Unless you use your muscles regularly and have a good nerve supply to them, they become weak. Do some physical work, exercise each day and get your nerve system free from vertebral subluxations to keep fit.
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