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Too Much Sun to Head, Heat Stress Said to Affect Cognition

Scientific Reports, suggest that people working or engaging in daily activities outside should take precaution to protect their head against sunlight.“The novelty of the study is that we provide evidence that direct exposure to sunlight — especially to the head — impairs motor and cognitive performance,” said professor Dr.

Lars Nybo, the project coordinator from Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.“Adding to this, the decline in motor and cognitive performance was observed at 38.5 degrees Celsius (101 degrees Fahrenheit), which is a 1 degree lower body temperature than previous studies have shown, which is a substantial difference.”Around half of the world’s population live in regions.

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