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How come when you step out of the shower you feel cold but as soon as you dry you feel warmer even though the temperature is the same?
Because when your skin is wet the evaporation of the moisture takes heat away from your skin and makes it feel cold. When you are dry you do not have this evaporation happening so you feel warmer in comparison. Your body produces sweat for this very same reason to help you cool off on a hot day.
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Because the hot water evaporates from your body making your body feeling cold. Just dry yourself off as quick as you can and keep your shower water a little bit warm so you do…n't feel cold!
When leaving a shower, the body is wet and the air around it is dry. Some of the body moisture starts evaporating into the drier air, removing heat from your body and maki…ng you feel cooler.
How do you get rid of the feelings of love you still feel for a sociopath even though you are no longer in contact?
ANSWER: I am very sorry you are experiencing this. I am too, and it is such a troubling emotion. I know, sometimes you feel like you are obsessing. Sometimes you remember all …the wonderful times and your heart starts breaking worse. You are doing the right thing by not maintaining contact. Remember what really happened. Be very honest with yourself. See the situation for what it really was. You were very much in love, the sociopath was using you. Yes, using you. They really do not know how to treat people correctly, it simply is not in their mental makeup. They have a disorder. You are very hurt because you care about this person. The sociopath does not care about others. I don't mean to be callous, truly. This is just the way this disease/pathology is ANSWER: When you love someone, the love never really goes away it just changes. Over time this love for this person can become less overwhelming and then less important and eventually a much less significant memory. There's a joke that goes something like "to get over a man get under another". Well, if you fall in love with someone else you will automatically no longer be in love with the ex, unfortunately you don't have control over the next time you will fall in love again, so you must make do with the time healing solution for now which is no fun but it works somewhat well to the extent that it will reduce and probably even eliminate the pain associated with this feeling of loss. With time you will get used to the feeling of missing the ex. Keep in mind that you might miss him/her more than usual because sociopaths are so good at manipulation that you would end up more affected than in a relationship with someone else. A sociopath can elicit much stronger feelings in you than would happen with a normal person. You might end up being much more infatuated with the sociopath than you would have anyone else who was otherwise equally attractive to you (in looks and in the persona they presented to you). Such that you feel you love this person more than you have loved anyone else even when your logical mind says this should not be the case , that others you have been in relationships with before have treated you much better and deserved your love more. The sociopath is good at manipulating, so you are feeling these feelings as a result of the sociopath's skills. However and remember this: feelings are not reality, they are just feelings, sometimes they correlate with reality sometimes they don't, and a good manipulator can create feelings in you that are unrelated to reality. What's more important about feelings is that they come and go, and although you can't choose which ones come, you can choose to a small extent which ones you hold on to more strongly. This feeling you have now will pass, eventually. It's tough and you can't believe it now, because you've probably gotten over others much more easily than this one, but this one is different, not in a good way, and that's why you got out of the relationship. The manipulator was so good that he/she has now left you feeling that you can't get over it, but that is just one of the manipulator's tricks. When you think about him/her, change the subject in your mind - think about something else quickly, keep doing this and one day it will be over. I really hope this works because I am going to try it for myself. I too I am trying to get over a sociopath and even though I spotted this personality issue very quickly, it wasn't quickly enough for me to come out unscathed. Good luck, you made it out of the relationship and that's the real victory. ANSWER: Sociopaths know how to play innocent and from my experience, they target naive and somewhat inexperienced individuals who will succumb easily to their tactics. They get a thrill out of the sense of power and mastery over the person they are with at the moment. Their love is generally need-based. They will date you when they feel loneliness or some other type of need and will keep you around as long as you don't demand any sort of genuine intimacy that comes from truthful communication that may arise from a relational fight. Once you are no longer needed, they immediately turn their attention to a pool of women they already had in mind prior to meeting you. In fact, you were a part of that pool and you are actually no more special than the woman that they have dated before and after. They used the same tactics before you and will continue to do so afterwards, because they get a high from the feeling of respect from the adoration that they receive from their victim. Don't even feel bad for the sociopaths because of the sob stories that they tell you. When a normal person undergoes a traumatic past, they don't go around talking about it to everyone they know. They only talk about it to a trusted few. Sociopaths announce it to their victims to gain sympathy and when it comes time that you need some sympathy from him, you will never get it. If you were lying on the ground helpless, he would hop over you and run to save his own life. He will not be that guy who helps someone in need unless others are watching or unless there is some kind of visible reward. He believes that as long as he has demonstrated some sort of good works by helping a just cause, his heart is exempt. He feels in this business transaction of having given money to the poor or gone on a volunteer trip that he has fulfilled his karmic transaction. He does not see the importance of personal beliefs, because they are of no use. You can't show off integrity, so what's the point in having it? Purely driven by selfish needs, this is not someone you can ever rely on to be there for you when you fall. In fact, he is a fearful coward. Those who feel love are able to face fears of all sorts on behalf of their lover. Love brings a man to take a bullet for his beloved. That kind of a strength a sociopath can never have. If there is trouble that affects him personally, you can be sure he'll be skipping like a calf to save himself and as long as no one saw it, it's fine. Plus, he will always have an excuse and it will be an external factor that's at fault. The next worse thing that can happen to losing this person you have loved is to having him.
deffinatly...he can love her for the rest of her life and never spend another day with her again...from a males point of view anyways
Sometimes people just feel glum and there's no big deal about that - but since you say "always," I think it's likely more than that. You could have depression - has this been …going on for a while (a few months, for instance)? Do you feel like you're not enjoying things you used to like to do (like hang out with your friends)? Do you have any problems sleeping (not being able to sleep, or sleeping too much)? Have you noticed any changes in your appetite? All of these are signs of depression. Another would be if your sadness - or even a sudden lack of interest in things and desire to engage in activities you used to like, it doesn't have to be just sadness - is distracting you often, and it's hard to ignore or shrug it off: if it's debilitating your ability to function, and you can't snap yourself out of it, you need help. Talk to your doctor - they could prescribe you with medication if they think it's appropriate for your case (and if you agree, obviously), or refer you to a good therapist, who can help you deal with your feelings either with or without medication. You might not even need therapy over the long term - it depends on how bad your issues are, and if you have chronic, clinical depression. I hope you take my advice, and talk to your doctor. :) Depression can be absolutely heartbreaking, but there is help out there to try to alleviate your suffering.
Why does a carpeted floor feel warmer to bare feet than tile or wood even though all surfaces are the same temperature?
Largely because the skin of the feet is in contact with the floor over practically all of their plantar (their sole) surfaces whereas, on carpet, far less foot sole surfac…e is actually in contact with actual solid material--the balance not in contact with solid material instead being in contact with air (that is, with carpet-foot-interface-retained air pockets) which act as insulators as opposed to heat sinks (where sinking is the heat transfer action by which solid flooring material absorbs heat from the feet, and renders them actually as well as tactilely cooler. In addition to the effect of greater heat transfer due to greater contact area and less insulation against heat transfer, the sense of greater hard floor coolness is augmented also by the fact that far more heat sensing nerve endings are exposed to skin surface temperature changes during skin floor contact than is possible during skin-carpet contact. In fact it would be largely the case, that most nerve endings would remain in closer proximity to air temperatures when standing on carpet. In summary, the cooling effect of solid flooring is not only a perception, the perceived cooling is also the result of actual, more efficient, heat transfer from feet to floor as a result of far greater degree of contact that is possible between feet soles and a bare floor as opposed to between feet and a carpeted floor. While it is intuitive to perceive the solid floor's cooling advantage as being a result of greater heat "conductivity," it is more accurate to say that the solid floor can conduct "feet" heat faster and in greater quantity owing, respectively, to far greater sole-floor surface contact as well as to the far greater mass, and concomitant heat absorption capacity, of the solid floor material. The carpet's far smaller mass is not able to absorb nearly so much heat from the feet as is the much greater mass of solid flooring.
Why does a plastic fizzy drink bottle usually feel warmer than a metal can of drink even if they are at the same tmeperature?
The plastic drink bottle feels warmer than a metal can because the metal can has a higher thermal conductivity compared to the plastic drink bottle. Thermal conductivity is th…e property of a substance to conduct heat, and the metal can, being made of metal, has a much higher ability to conduct heat compared with the plastic bottle. This means that when you touch the metal can, it draws out your own body heat faster than than when you touch the plastic bottle, so the can feels cooler.
Why a piece of tile or stone feels colder than a piece of wood even though both are at the same temperature?
Because a piece of stone or tile feels colder than a piece of wood because the specific heat of a piece of tile or stone is more than the specific heat of woo,even though both… are at the same temperature
Because he water on your skin starts to evaporate and that takes heat away from your body. On a dry day (one that is not humid) the effect is greatest, especially if the air i…s cooler than the water temperature.
Why do warm dry climates feel cooler than warm humid climates even though the temperatures may be the same?
Answer . When it is 'humid', or 'muggy', that means that less of your body's perspiration is evaporating off. Evaporating is a cooling process, because the perspiration ab…sorbs heat in the process. When it's dry, more of your perspiration is evaporating, therefore giving you a little extra cooling.
Type your answer here... A metal mug feels colder than a plastic mug even if the temperatures are the same because a plastic mug has more insulation than a metal mug and when …you hold a metal mug the heat escapes from your hand but when you hold a plastic mug the heat stays in your hand
because thermal energy doesn't depend only on the temperature of an object but also form its mass so the objects might have different amount of mass
If you touch a wooden window then the wooden frame feels warmer than the glass they are actually the same temperature why does the glass feel colder?
Glass conducts heat away from your finger more effeciently than wood making it "feel" colder. The wood can only draw a certain amount of heat out of your finger before i…ts limit is met, while the glass' chrystaline structure allows it to act as a heat sink much better than the frame.
The temperature referred to as 1800, is the motion energy of the particles there. If you held a thermometer up, it would NOT register that 1800 temperature. At 1800 oC a hu…man would be vaporised.
Why would you not feel warm in the thermosphere even though temperatures can be up to 1800 degrees C?
No air to conduct the heat.No particles to be put in motion by any energy. Still, you would not like it there!
Why does a piece of iron feel colder than a piece of wood even though they are both in the same temperature?
Wood is a porous material in which a lot of air is trapped, and as a result, it is a poor conductor of heat. Iron is a denser material which is a good conductor of heat. So wh…en you touch iron, heat flows easily from your finger into the colder piece of iron. Heat flows much more slowly from your finger into a piece of wood, even if the wood is exactly the same temperature as the iron.
There really is no such thing as cold but you feel that cause heat goes to wear it isn't so it leaves your body which makes you feel cold I hope this helped cause its by a 7…th grader but it's the truth I learned this at school