Well, when it’s too hot, a lot of energy goes to cooling our bodies down, via sweating, etc. This lowers the energy we can put out, leaving us feeling tired or sleepy. The reverse is also true, as when it’s too cold, we put in a lot of energy to keep our bodies warm. There is a small window of temperature (which differs form person to person) in which we have optimal energy to use, typically from 70-90° F. I personally love the heat, and prefer temperatures over 90, and am most active then. =)
Temperature’s link to our energy levels can influence culture as well. In warmer climates, all over the world, people move at a slower pace. They even talk slower, drawing their words with completely different accents than their northern countrymen.
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