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Another Reason Women Like Warmer Rooms? Their Brains Work Better

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A published study researching the effects on temperature and brain function revealed some interesting correlations between warmer temperatures and increased mental abilities in women.

It's been a topic of many a stand-up comic's routine: "why do women like the room so friggin' hot?" It's not just a baseless stereotype: women typically do feel colder than men.

I personally prefer warmer temperatures over colder ones, but that's only if I'm standing outside and walking around. Sitting down in a hot office while I'm typing away at some document or trying to figure something out sounds like an absolute nightmare to me. I don't know about you, but the combination of performance anxiety, electronics, and business casual clothing isn't too appealing.