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Why do I still feel cold?

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by John Smith, Mar 17, 2017.

  1. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    there is nothing missing at the beginning
    I like concrete answers.
    Thank you.
  2. Penny

    Penny New Member

    I use this stuff for anything to do with the nose... like if I feel myself getting ill - I also use Trader Joes Tea tree soap and stick some in my nose and other parts every morning - a kid that visits us occasionally said it definitely did some "knock down" when he used the tea tree soap - I first got wind of tea tree oil when a Vietnam vet moved in next door to us and said it's the only thing he's every found that killed "jungle rot" - but UV light will also kill any bug - just stick a Rubylux UV light on any capillary and it feels great - another great one is hydrogen peroxide - stick some in a humidifyer and run a UV light and most nose diseases go away
  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Where do you put H2O2, on mask surface or inside the air filter?
  4. Penny

    Penny New Member

    It's a cold water humidifier so just fill it up with water and add 1/2-3/4 cup of H2O2 - then run a UV light - I have the one from batteries and bulbs sticking out of my casablanca fan -
    JanSz likes this.

    ALEXIS TUDOR Gold Member

    Thought I would post this part that I added into my journal on CT.

    I am now able to do CT relatively comfortable with about 45 deg water for about 20 min. I could go colder but have been told there is no reason especially if you are super skinny. I am starting to like it more and more now that my kidneys are not feeling like they are clinching up and causing mid back pain. I am not a hundred percent sure but I have in the last few weeks had almost zero back pain which would come about after the nights when I play pickleball at the gym and would like to attribute that improvement to CT.

    One thing that is quite important is that I am starting to use Wim Hoff's breathing techniques and that has helped keep my body calmer in the cold. I plan to get deeper into using Wims techniques along with Jacks approaches to mitigating nnEMF and lights while avoiding mismatch foods. I look forward to future results.

    I have modified CT a bit to make it more doable too for now where I wear a sleeveless sweat shirt hoodie on and go in the water with it. I go about up to my mid chest so the upper part of my core body stays relatively warm. The rest is under water. It is quite comfy once I settle in and stay there for about 20 min. Warming up is still a bit of a endeavour for me where I do get drop down(can't remember official term) after about 10 min and for about half an hour feel a bit queasy when my blood feels a bit "poisoned" from the cold. However somehow it seems like the warming up period is far shorter and less drop down when I go in after playing pickleball for 2 hours. For me working out afterwards just seems to stir up the cold blood too fast. Also with doing it at night after pickleball, I can get into a warm bed where my body is going to drop my body temperature down anyway. The only catch is, it is at night so it is a lot colder outside where just the other night it was 25, and also there is a lot of NNlights out. If all goes right I should move into my own house in a few months where that can be mitigated better.

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