The answer has to do with climate acclimation. This is a physiological response of the body to its climate. In this study http://ajpregu.physiology.org/cgi/content/full/274/5/R1295 scientists actually tested thy hypothesis that they body’s resting core temperature decreases during acclimation to warm climates. Thus, if we infer these results, a body that goes from a warm climate to a cold climate will still have the lower resting temperature. In addition, mental factors affect perceptions of temperature based on experience.
First of all, it has nothing to do with your blood being thinner in warm climates. Your body chemistry and metabolism gets acclimated to a temperature range and it takes awhile for it to adjust to lower or higher temperatures, but it will.
For example, if you get a 50 degree day in July, people are bundling up and complaining, but it a 50 degree day in January will see northerners outside rejoicing in t-shirts.
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