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Will CT make living in a hot, humid place worse?

Discussion in 'Cold Thermogenesis' started by miper70, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. miper70

    miper70 New Member

    I live in Georgia so it's pretty hot and humid here during the summer. I have always had a problem with heat, so I'm worried that doing CT will make going out even worse than it is now. Since Dr. K. lives not too far from me, wondering how he deals with the hot summer months. Let me guess......more ice....lol.

  2. marthabob2u

    marthabob2u New Member

    We are having super hot weather here in Mexico right now- Mother Nature is having a hot flash! :cool: I have been doing CT in the tub and am finding it really refreshing. I use a collection of ice blocks to cool the tub water down and then refreeze them for the next time.
  3. Shijin13

    Shijin13 Guest

    No it won't. Basics law of thermodynamics as you use CT to become cold adapted your body's energy systems will become more efficient, making it easier to cool you in warm weather, and warm you in cold weather...

    CT will make your boy more efficient which will = greater temperature tolerances.
  4. miper70

    miper70 New Member

    Nice, maybe I'll actually be able to go out with no problems this summer.
  5. JeffieJoe

    JeffieJoe New Member

    I so hope you're right :) It isn't even summer yet and I was sweating horribly yesterday. I'll continue with CT and hopefully things will get better or I'll be wearing an ice vest all summer here in Texas.


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