2. Snow Blindness
Apparently “excessively” cold temperatures can reduce the quality of your vision, at least according to the Huffington Post. This is from a combination of cold weather, cold winds and snow, it adds.
“Sun bouncing off snow piles or banks may also pose a risk by potentially causing a cornea injury or burn,” says the Huffington Post. You can get around this by wearing the proper protective eyewear when skiing or taking part in another winter sport, or wearing good quality sunglasses whenever you can (even though sunglasses are more associated with summer).