Data from: Internal and external cooling methods and their effect on body temperature, thermal perception and dexterity

Matthew J. Maley, Geoffrey M. Minett, Aaron J.E. Bach, Stephani A. Zietek, Kelly L. Stewart, Ian B. Stewart, Aaron J. E. Bach & Stephanie A. Zietek
Objective: The present study aimed to compare a range of cooling methods possibly utilised by occupational workers, focusing on their effect on body temperature, perception and manual dexterity. Methods: Ten male participants completed eight trials involving 30 min of seated rest followed by 30 min of cooling or control of no cooling (CON) (34 °C, 58 % relative humidity). The cooling methods utilised were: ice cooling vest (CV0), phase change cooling vest melting at 14...
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