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How to cure frost bite?

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How to cure frost bite?

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  1. Maira
    While usually only common in the winter months, it is very important that you know what to do if you are exposed to frostbite. Frostbite occurs when the skin and tissues underneath are exposed to extreme cold and the affected areas are frozen. Severe frostbite can result in gangrene and even loss of the affected area. If you begin to experience numbness that doesn’t go away after it is exposed to warmth, you should seek medical care immediately. Hard, pale and cold skin is usually a sign of minor frostbite. Usually areas such as fingers, toes, ears and nose are the first areas to be exposed. To treat minor frostbite, get into a warm place until the areas thaw. When this happens the areas tend to become red and painful. For immediate relief of frostbite, a warm bath or shower can be helpful.

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