The human body is regulated to heat at 37° C (98.6° F). Our muscles produce this heat which is needed to maintain body temperature. We know that our body is made up of different parts which have a different temperature, So this temperature must be balanced. In the winter season, we will maintain our temperature by Wearing warm clothes which holds our heat inside and also we use heaters.
The US engineers developed small patches to hold our body heat by applying a constant heat to our body that can be stitched inside our clothes. These patches can replace our conventional heating system and can save 47 % of global energy used for indoor heating
How does it work?
This technology not only saves our electricity bills, this is also good for our environment. We can save lots of Carbon compounds exposed in the air due to fire which is maintaining heat in the houses. The study notes that roughly 47 percent of global energy is utilized for indoor heating, and 42 percent of that goes waste in heating empty spaces and objects instead of people. To solve the global energy crisis, a major reduction is required in energy used for indoor heating.