There are many arguments on whether life in a warm climate is better than in the cold climate. Each of these climates has advantages and disadvantages. Life in a warm climate is better because it has a low-mortality rate, relaxed, beautiful, and cheaper. On the other hand, life in a cold climate is costly and has been high- mortality rates. Despite the differences between cold and warm climate areas, life in both climates is beautiful and enjoyable.
First, many people argue that life in a warm climate is better than that in a cold climate because it involves low-mortality rates. This implies that there are few deaths in a warm place than a cold area because of the reduced cold-weather related complications. Because of warmth, people live healthy lives and exercise often; hence reducing the chances of contracting cardiovascular diseases, such as heart attack, and other respiratory ailments.
In addition, many people prefer life in a warm climate to that in a cold place because people have an opportunity to enjoy the nature’s beauty. In warm places, people are able to get out of their houses and bask in the sun. Moreover, people living in warmer areas have a chance to go swimming, jogging, mountain climbing, surfing, and rowing. Equally important, such people can take part in other sporting activities such as soccer, cricket, cycling, and basketball. With this understanding, they find life to be enjoyable because it makes them feel relaxed, at the same time maintaining strong health. Furthermore, clearly, people living in warmer areas are spending less money than those who are dwelling in cold places. First, they need simple architecture, and clothing that can only shelter them from strong heat and wind. Secondly, these individuals enjoy an efficient and convenient transport system because of favorable climate conditions. Thirdly, warm areas need a little source of heat and lighting; hence saving on energy costs. Fourthly, because of few climate-related complications, there are reduced medication costs. Moreover, warmth enables people to survive more easily than they would have in a cold area.
On the contrary, some people claim that life in cold places is unfavorable because it involves high-death rates. This is because of the increase in the number of respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. Many people tend to develop poor immunity in a cold place than in the warm ones; hence succumbing to death. This is because it is easier to adapt to the warm climate than a cold one. In fact, most people in cold-climate areas lose their lives to pneumonia, asthma, and heart diseases. With these facts, they are justified to say that life in cold-climate area is unfavorable compared in relative to a warm climate.
Moreover, people living in cold-climate locations tend to spend more money than those in warm areas. This is because of the need to put up warm houses, and buy warm clothing than those in warm areas. The housing ought to be designed to protect the people from rains, storms and snow. Apart from the costly housing and clothing, snowy places require special transport systems that are also extraordinarily expensive so that as to keep their activities running. Additionally, crops in cold areas take long to ripen, and thus people are forced to buy food at higher prices than those in warm areas.
What is more, some people argue that life in cold areas is favorable because people are active and productive. This is because they are trying to carry on their normal activities with more efforts than those in warm areas. This is because people are striving to adapt to the cold conditions in the place. As a result, these people tend to be satisfied and established in life unlike those in warm areas where life is easier. Moreover, cold areas are more developed than warm places because of the people’s productivity and active nature.
Apart from the differences between these two areas, there are certain similarities that have been pointed out by some people. One of the similarities of a cold and a warm place is that people in both areas are enjoying life. This is because people living in the cold places are able to enjoy the beauty of nature through skiing, skating, snow fight, and making a snowman. Similarly, people in the warm-climate areas are also enjoying life because they can go swimming, rowing, jogging, cycling, and bask in the sun. Therefore, these facts depict that both places have an equal share enjoyment in life.
Another similarity of a cold and a warm place is the equal susceptibility to various diseases. In a cold place, people are prone to various respiratory diseases, such as, asthma and pneumonia. These diseases are dangerous in that many people succumb to them, while many others are disabled from going out to have fun outside with other people. Likewise, people in the warm-climate areas are also susceptible to diseases, such as, malaria. Besides, research shows that microbes thrive well in warm areas than in cold areas. Therefore, a warm place is equally unsafe because it is prone to various diseases.
In conclusion, there is a serious debate between people living in warm places and those in cold areas. Some people argue that life in cold areas is advantageous because there is an opportunity to enjoy nature’s beauty, and be active and productive. On contrast, others insist that warm areas are beautiful, cheap, relaxed, and have been low- mortality rates compared to cold places. Nonetheless, both places are susceptible to various diseases.