Stay active - Regular exercise and keeping moving helps heat to travel around your body. If you have a sedentary job or are relaxing at home try to move about at regular intervals to keep that warm blood moving.
Wear layers - Layering up really does help. Several thin layers is more effective at trapping warm air and stopping you feeling cold than just one thick garment.
Wrap those wrists up warm – The blood in your hands cools from the wrist because this is where the veins are closest to the surface. Keep them wrapped up all day from when you wake and your hands will stay warmer. we know this works because people who buy our fingerless gloves always tell us this.
Wear a hat – Your head is another place where a lot of heat is lost; wearing a hat will help to lessen this.
Avoid air conditioning – temperature changes, especially man-made ones, affect your body heat. If you’re heading to places with air conditioning prepare in advance to help you stay warm more easily.