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Pourquoi remonter la T° corporelle est plus que nécéssaire

Messagede un_ptit_gars » Mer 2 Jan 2013 11:27

Hello les amis,

Voici un document très intéressant du Dr Jernigan, sur la nécessité absolue de remonter la température corporelle dans le cas des maladies chroniques... faute de quoi même le meilleurs traitements ne seront pas éfficaces, car tout le corps (enzymes, hormones, neurotransmetteurs, etc) sont au ralentis, et il n'y a plus d'énergie disponible pour "utiliser efficacement" le traitement...

Je vous conseille donc a tous de lire et relire ce document, et de vous en inspirer dans vos démarches de soins holistiques.

Pti gars

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Low Body Temperature

In Chronic Fatigue Syndrome there are many theories as to the cause. Some say it is the effects of heavy metal and chemical toxicity. Some say it is chronic infections, while others say it is the side-effects from vaccines and the use of suppressive medicines such as acetaminophen, aspirin, and ibuprofen, still others say it is dysregulated hormones or the effects of emotional trauma.

It this author’s opinion everyone is correct in the same way as the proverbial three blind men describing an elephant from the head, tail, and the side are correct in each one’s description but only from his unique vantage point. However, in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome there is one common overriding finding…low body temperature!

This article deals primarily with the very predictable problems seen in low body temperature and the profound importance of restoring and maintaining normal core body temperature. This is true not just in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, but in every degenerative disease of our day.

Your core body temperature is the temperature taken under the tongue. When human physiology books refer to the “normal” core body temperature it is presented as a range sometimes listed between 97.0-99.0°F . Understand that the “Normal Range” for temperature or even the normal ranges in blood tests are based upon the average person of our day. That is why “normal” changes periodically, because as our average population continues to get sicker the normal ranges must be adjusted. So in this discussion I am speaking about what is an optimal core body temperature – 98.6-99.6°F.

Much emphasis in conventional medicine is usually placed upon feverish conditions; however, a low body temperature can be a much more sinister condition. Where a fever can be viewed as an active developmental and corrective process of the healthy body, a low body temperature can never be viewed as a normal or healthy condition, nor is it a mechanism for a learning or developmental process in the body.

A low body temperature creates a happy home for viruses and chronic infections, and is a sign of degeneration and gradual cellular death. The problem with a low core temperature is that no effective immune response can be mounted therefore no fever is generated and infections go undetected. The sickest person is one who gets the same infections but never miss a day of work because there is no response by their immunes system, so they have a false sense of wellness as healthier individuals go through healthy fevers and immune responses that may cause them to miss work.

Low body temperature is the plague of the 21st century. People with low body temperature have a weak reaction to even the most ideal medicines and therapies.

As the body’s core temperature decreases all cellular energy also decreases thereby leading to profound and chronic fatigue that is not relieved by sleep.

The effects of low temperature:

The cooperative and collective intelligence of the human organism is short-circuited as the body temperature cools. As a result, all cellular functions decrease. There is a decrease in the production of all hormones, neurotransmitters, and other body chemicals necessary for healthy regulation of energy.

In this mild hypothermia condition there is an increased susceptibility to infectious disease as temperature drops the acidity of the body increases and the normally predominantly negative polarity of the cells become more positively charged.

The colder the body becomes the more prone to depression and other psychological abnormalities and all degenerative illnesses of the body, mind and spirit.

Until the causes of the lowered temperature are addressed and corrected, the best that can be hoped for is only temporary or mild improvement of symptoms and a gradual but steady overall decline in health.

Viruses prefer and promote a cold environment and replicate at a much more rapid rate when the body is cold. Viruses are killed and further replication is impeded by maintaining a warm body. Some bacteria such as Lyme spirochetes also prefer and promote a cold environment and can remain in a chronic state as long as their cold environment is maintained. Therefore, in the interest of the prevention and treatment of any viral, bacterial, or chronic illness, this topic must be understood.

The ultimate body coldness is seen in death. When observing a corpse many clinical gems can be gleaned and correlated to degenerative states of human suffering. In death, the blood and lymph fluid of the body solidify and the body becomes stiff and cold. In the same way many chronic cold illnesses such as, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, cancer, Lyme disease, Multiple Sclerosis, diabetes, and heart disease, we see that the body becomes progressively colder. As the body cools, the electrical oscillations of the fluids in the body slow down and there is a shift in the body’s polarity which promotes infectious microbes and cancer.

We can see the same principle of what happens in the body by observing the same dynamics in a water molecule. When the electrical oscillations of a water molecule slows down it becomes a solid, ice, as we speed up a water molecule’s electrical oscillations it liquefies and ultimately becomes a vapor.

The colder a body becomes, the slower the electrical oscillatory rate and therefore the thicker, more viscous, or syrupy the body fluids become. The more viscous the fluids become the more difficult it is for the body to push the fluids through the body. The lymph fluids that are normally supposed to bathe the outsides of all of your cells become progressively stagnant as it is too thick to move efficiently.

Now, consider the fact that just like your skin is constantly dying and flaking off and being replaced, so it is that every cell in your body is in a constant state of dying and being replaced. Only now the cold, syrupy lymph fluid cannot wash the dead cellular debris away. As a result the body becomes a toxic waste dump!

Muscles normally have a high demand for energy. Through contraction and relaxation muscles assist in eliminating their own cellular waste products. In a cold body however, the liquidity of the fluids inside of the muscles is gone, and the muscles cannot move the toxins and cellular debris.

The deeper you go into belly or center of the muscle, the colder and more difficult it is to move the toxins. Without normal viscosity of the body fluids, muscular contraction and relaxation grinds to a halt, like an engine with no lubricating oil. The belly of the muscle develops a knot that can be felt when massaging the muscle. This is the knotted, painful, muscle condition commonly known as “trigger points” of Fibromyalgia Syndrome, which is being diagnosed in millions of people every year.

If the low body temperature is allowed to persist and no therapies are applied, even in a palliative manner as in massages to move toxins manually out of the belly of the muscle, the condition follows that of the water molecule. The belly of the muscle, due to the increasing coldness and decreased muscular activity progressively over time reaches the point of zero electrical oscillations at which time the tissue solidifies in a calcified stone in the belly of the muscle.

Interesting research that supports this concept has been performed by Dr. Carolyn McMakin, D.C. using the electro-therapy called microcurrent. The microcurrent is applied through direct contact on these trigger points via vinyl/graphite gloves connected to the microcurrent machine.

The trigger points virtually vanish under the gentle touch of the glove when applying the correct electrical frequency. What may be happening here is that the stimulation of the muscle through microcurrent is externally increasing the electrical oscillatory rate of the thickened fluids in the muscle resulting in temporarily restoring the normal liquidity of the fluids allowing the muscles to once again contract and pump out the toxic accumulation.

The results are somewhat temporary due to the fact that the underlying condition that created it in our scenario, the overall low body temperature, remains unchanged. However, used in combination with various other corrective measures, this microcurrent therapy can speed healing in many cases. Relief of Fibromyalgia Through Microcurrent Therapy by John W. Addington ImmuneSupport.com 7-11-2001

Organ Circuits and low temperature


The body is set up with dedicated electrical circuits all of which are interdependent and interconnected. A circuit in the body has a specific organ, gland, teeth, muscle, and nerves. If anything goes wrong in one of these organ circuits the circuit energy goes down approximately 60% of normal.

The laws of thermodynamics state if we decrease energy we decrease temperature. Due to the interconnectedness of all the circuits, one circuit in the body cannot go down without ultimately affecting the whole.

Therefore, if the muscle is seizing up and becoming progressively rigid and solidified, what do you suppose the organ that is also on that same electrical circuit is doing? It is likely that to some degree it is also progressively seizing up and solidifying.

In the 50,000 miles of blood vessels, the cold thick blood is more difficult to flow through the veins and arteries. Arteriosclerosis, the progressive hardening of the arteries, and the clogging of the blood vessels is manifesting the exact same problem that is being experienced by every tissue in the too cold body.

Edema in the extremities is seen as the muscular walls of the blood vessels seize up and can no longer maintain tone and the fluids leaks out of the pores in the vessels.

I look at many older patients, and some not so old, who are experiencing all the signs and symptoms of death in the extremities. They are dying in their extremities first, from the feet and hands up to legs to the torso. To touch their feet is just like touching an icy, stiff, dead corpse. The foot is deathly whitish blue and etched in blue/black blood vessels from devitalized, stagnant blood.

The overcooling of peripheral blood returning from cold legs and feet causes depression of the temperature in the vital organs with slowing of metabolic processes, particularly in the brain and medullary centers. Cotran R.S., Kumar V., Robbins S.L., Robbin’s Pathological Basis of Disease 4th ed. 1989 pp501. Death occurs when a vital organ reaches the point of being too cold.

Your physician can name your disease, he can call it cancer, he can draw your blood and show you everything that is wrong with it, but he is simply describing the process I have just outlined. When the core temperature of the body is cold every organ, gland, and tissue is affected and becomes hypo-functional or may even become hyper, as in the case of hyperthyroidism, in a last ditch effort to compensate for the hypothermic condition of the body.

Hypo-function in the body means that there are fewer hormones, and less of every chemical involved with normal body and brain function. Even the psyche is affected leading to virtually any type of psychological problem, especially depression. How many people are told that they have psychological depression from a deficiency of a certain brain chemical?

Many!

Can you see that of course they are deficient in “happy” brain chemicals possibly due to the overcooling of the body?

It might be said that you are dying in direct proportion to the coldness of your body. Follow this logic: Cells degenerate and die in direct proportion to the depletion of oxygen. Blood that is overcooled from a cold core temperature is too thick to efficiently carry oxygen and the lung vital capacity is reduced leading to shallow breathing.

This means that the oxygen to carbon dioxide exchange rate in the lungs is minimal. Now combine the degenerative effects of the oxygen deprivation and the cold temperature and the fact that all of this and the overgrowth of microbes promote an acidic environment and you have greatly accelerated cellular degeneration and the onset of life-threatening disease.

There is an optimum body temperature is which all chemical reactions in the human body need in order to maintain health...98.6° F. I can honestly say that I rarely see a new patient come into my clinic with a normal body temperature. One 66 year old woman came in as a new patient with a temperature of 94.6! She was in dire straits for certain. She could not feel her feet and to touch her legs was like touching the legs of a corpse, the legs even looked dead and grey, streaked with blue/black veins of stagnant devitalized blood.

In classic hypothermia, as seen in people stranded in blizzards, it is well known that the circulation of blood in the arms and legs is reduced dramatically, almost to zero, in order to provide protection and warmth to the vital organs. These people will also cease to feel cold and will experience numbness, loss of coordination, mental confusion, and heart rhythm problems. It sounds like I am describing many elderly people, and some cancer sufferers doesn’t it?

One way to treat weather related hypothermia is to give the person warm sugar drinks. Sugar is a cheap, fast burning fuel for your body and therefore generates a lot of heat in the process. This may be why so many people suffering from lifestyle induced cold core temperature are plagued with sugar cravings.

Many of them consume copious amounts of sugar in the form of soda pops, chocolate, pastries, and various candies. It may be a craving that is driven by the body’s desire to generate fast heat to keep the body functioning. Sugar cravings should diminish as the core body temperature problems are resolved.

Keep in mind that the body has been too cold possibly since birth, due to multi-generational use of suppressive medicines, vaccines, fever-reducers, heavy metal and chemical toxins, and from the consumption of energetically dead food.

The retraining and resetting of the body’s thermostat is just the beginning of healing the body of chronic illnesses. The normal body temperature must be held steady possibly for a year or more in some cases before the body can undo the damage of a lifetime of coldness.

Understanding your Temperature:

Everyone can afford a simple thermometer. Track your temperature when you first awaken in the morning, before even getting out of bed. This reflects your core body temperature, when it is not being influenced by what you just ate, drank, or your activity level. Many of you will likely be surprised to see just how cold you already are. This is the result of generations of suppressive therapies and an imbalanced life. You must save yourself.

Many doctors will undoubtedly say that you need to take a thyroid medication to bring up the body temperature; however this is the same mentality of taking a Tylenol for a headache. If you don’t believe me then ask anyone on the prescription thyroid medicines- what happens when they go off of the medication? The body returns immediately to the previous cold, hypo-functional condition.

One should definitely support the normal functioning of the thyroid, by detoxification, organic iodine, adrenal glandular supplements, and nutritional support, but see the coldness for what it really is, a sign of multi-organ system breakdown, and longstanding or even generational imbalance. Besides, it is the hypothalamus that regulates your core body temperature, along with regulating your degree of motivation and sex drive. The hypothalamus is actually “upstream” from your thyroid, helping the pituitary regulate the thyroid.

The healthy body has daily temperature fluctuations (diurnal) with the coolest temperature upon awakening in the morning hours of 6-8 a.m. and the warmest being in the evening between 8-10 p.m. Tracking of the difference between morning and evening temperature should reveal, in a healthy person, a difference of at
least 0.9° F (0.5° C).


People with a low body temperature and an overall degenerative condition will find that this temperature variation is minimal. Another unusual finding of dysregulated body temperature is that the evening is often colder than the morning reading.

The body’s best chance at long-term healing increases in direct proportion to the restoration of normal body temperature. The effect of even the most perfectly selected medicines is limited by the available energy in the body to correctly utilize those medicines.

You and your healthcare team must address your body from every direction and with every balancing tool available. You can never truly overcome this condition with pills. Therapies must engage and reactivate and stimulate the rhythmical, metabolic, and nerve/sense aspects of your body, addressing the body, mind, and spirit.

Other supporting therapies designed for restoring the rhythms of the body must be applied. These therapies might include color and sound therapy, hot and cold contrast therapy, life-activity planning, breathing and voice therapy, rhythmical massage therapy, curative movement therapies, and indeed every other treatment from your doctor will address in some way the rhythmical aspects of your body.

Low body temperature must be addressed to bring the body back to balance. The temperature must be elevated to end the dying process of the body and to help the body eliminate the cellular debris or the “sludge” in the body.

Treatment:

· Temperature monitoring and graphing (upon awakening before getting out of bed, and between 8-10 pm after a 30 minute resting period)
· CRT (Computerized Regulation Thermography) for identifying problem areas and tracking of progress.
· Core Warmth™ herbal formula (Hansa Healing Products, Inc.) to open all meridians and restore proper fluid dynamics and warmth regulation in the body.
· Sleep on an Amethyst BioMat® from Richway, Inc., provides detoxification and restoration of fluid viscosity and core body warmth through variable infrared heat and negatively-charged ions from amethyst crystals.
· Infrared Sauna Therapy…detoxifies body and restores circulation of blood and lymph (High Tech Health, Inc.).
· Natural-Bristle, Dry skin brushing morning and evening (Entire body)
· Detoxification Bath Therapy…4 cups Epson Salt 64oz. Hydrogen Peroxide 3% in warm bathtub. Soak for 20 minutes one bath per night before bedtime.
· Mustard foot bath (Hansa Healing Products, Inc.)… at least once per day, preferably in the morning or early afternoon.
· Solum Aesculus Oil (Uriel Pharmacy, Inc.)… This oil and essence is great for restoring the warmth organization of the body. They also are beneficial for chemical sensitivities, and those suffering from weather-change barometric-related sensitivities. The oil and essence are low odor products made by Uriel Pharmacy, Inc. This oil can be added to a bath for all over body application or be used as massage oil. May be applied as needed.
· Chiropractic spinal, pelvic, and cranial alignments combined with specific homeopathic, nutritional, glandular, and myofascial support using Bio-Resonance Scanning™, or other body circuit balancing technique…as dictated by your healthcare professional.
· Vibration Station®… work up to 20 minutes per day. (Or other movement therapies)
· Therapeutic Massage using various homeopathic and herbal ointments (Uriel Pharmacy, Inc.) and therapeutic essential oils (Young Living Essential Oils company)
· Dietary Changes… call Dr. Jernigan for pamphlet on cooling foods and warming foods for restoring optimum body temperature.
· Learn to control the mind and emotions, see Hansa Center blogs (http://www.hansacenter.com) and Dr. Jernigan’s book, “Everyday Miracles by God’s Design”

Source: http://davidjernigan.blogspot.fr/2010/0 ... -body.html

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D'autres infos très intéréssantes sur l'impact énorme de la température sur notre métabolisme (et donc notre capacité a se détoxifier, a réfléchir, a avoir une bonne immunité, a aboslument TOUT dans l'organisme...)

Pti gars
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A body will only shiver when body temperature is below the "thermostat set point" of that body. A low set point will give a false appearance of higher tolerance to cold, as well as an increased intolerance to heat.


Observations

Comments, observations, and strategies culled from various posts, correspondence, and web sites.

General:

Body temperature below 98.2, (36.8C) may cause various maladies due to a slowing of enzymatic processes. (Effects, below.)
Feeling cold is not the same as being cold.
Simply putting on warmer clothing, though sometimes helpful, is not enough. (See Raise, below)
Some forms may be hereditary, other forms from stress, oppression, enforced inactivity, etc.
See Wilson's Syndrome, Symptoms.
Measurements need to be done with some care. See Measure, below.
Some forms may be cured without drugs or thyroid supplements.
See also Broda Barnes and Lawrence Galton, "Hypothyroidism, the Unsuspected Illness", Printed in 1976, ISBN 0-690-01029-X for an earlier reference.


A Subjective Temperature Scale

Serious damage, death likely if sustained. 107+ degrees.
Protein denaturation and other damage. Approx 105+ degrees. (40.5 C)
Feverish stupor 103+ (39.4 C) temperature range.
Feverish mental decline begins, probable 99.0, (37.2C) clinical fever.
Feverish activity. Mania.
Some enzymes "too loose" for efficient reaction kinetics.
Breadth of activity! Too many things, too many ideas at once.
High End of Normal Range
Activity, Involvement, Community, Buoyant Optimism and Energy!
Activity for the sake of enjoyment. Optimism. Probable 98.6 (varies with subject.)
Activity for the sake of activity.
Minor allergies may begin to show themselves
Thought wins over emotion and activity. Diplomacy.
Depth of thought, Lucidity, Eloquence! (vs action.)
Willingness to think deeply, at length. Insight, a growing trace of genius.
Low End of Normal Range, approx 98.2 F (36.77 C) though some say 97.6 is their peak mental performance
Some enzymes become "too tight" for efficient reaction kinetics; mild allergies and chemical sensitivities begin to be noticed on occasion.
Probable 98.0, (36.66 C,) varies considerably with subject.
Allergies, especially chemical allergies, slowly grow more pronounced.
Feeling that "engaging" in thought or activity changes/lifts the body
Eloquence in expression begins to decline, mental horizons favor depth, not breadth.
Vulcan logic begins a slow walk to center stage. Subhedonia.
Initiation of new activities begins to drop sharply.
Slightly glazed to the outside world.
Things begin to accumulate in corners and small piles.
Immune system slows and falters. Allergies and colds more common.
Persistence, dogged tenaciousness in pursuit of a purpose, a train of thought. (Oft mistaken for Genius.)
Vulcan logic begins a slow, and increasingly faltering meander away from center stage.
The sink sporadically fills, clean utensils become scarce despite the dishwasher.
Mental horizons begin to shrink. (Oft mistaken for Expert.)
Anhedonia, the interest in pleasure begins to evaporate.
Chemical Sensitivities become increasingly serious problems as enzymatic pathways slow and clog.
Procrastination of deeper thought for better times of day.
Cycles reveal themselves. Several naps, the daily norm.
Mental agility soon reveals it's slow and gradual decline to others.
The desk, the workbench, the coffee table all begin to congeal as piles grow.
Tenaciousness of opinion begins to win out over thought or logic.
Anti-hedonia, avoidance of pleasure, and sometimes excitement.
Stepping over things. The mess becomes "Convenience at hand".
Change becomes the mind's enemy; yet past genius oft remains potent ammunition in argument.
Drifting quietly, irrationally clinging to old ways, old memories, old angers.
Argument and anger for the heat of adrenaline. Bindging on sweets for energy.
Grasping for control of life.
"The Engine Sputters".
Temperature spikes and falls with excitement, anger.
On/Off behavior patterns, black and white views of the world.
Possible 96.0 - 95.0 (35.5 - 35.0 C) temperature range; varies with time, nutrition, sleep.
Urgent Medical Condition: HYPOTHERMIA
Erratic behaviors come to the fore.
Collisions with walls, objects create multiple black and blue marks on the arms.
Defensive postures, stark views of the world.
Depression and foreboding gain hold. Hopelessness. Adrift.
Passive acceptance, stark apathy.
Medical Emergency 92 F, 33.3 C
Possible risk of death during further nocturnal temperature drops.
Heart problems, Severe confusion, Amnesia, Stupor
Death: "heart failure", "natural causes", "unknown causes".

Other cognitive and behavioral effects may be related to the manifestation of allergies and low body temperature. Long term physiological consequences are listed on Dr. Cathcart's Wilson's Syndrome page.

Melatonin, Serotonin, and Moods

The brain adjusts its "focus" by adjusting metabolism via circulation. It uses Serotonin, which relaxes smooth muscles in blood vessel wall, thus dilating them; and cells that absorb, hold, and release Serotonin on demand to accomplish this. Hence, circulatory adjustments needed to maintain temperature may also affect thought processes; as may low levels of L-Tryptophan and Niacin, which the body uses to produce Serotonin and Melatonin.

Low Serotonin levels are commonly found in depression, hence the prescription of SSRI's in depression. Many of these SSRI's are also cytochrome P450 consumers, and can put some at risk for porphyria, which is common in people with multiple chemical sensitivities, and becomes worse as enzymatic processes slow due to low body temperature / chronic hypothermia.

Low body temperature is also often found in depression.

Low Melatonin levels are often found in those who have difficulty in sleeping, or who have sleep irregularities. Melatonin is suppressed by exposure to light, and may be delayed by nocturnal exposure bright lights, including light TV and CRT backgrounds.

Paradoxically, while L-Tryptophan and Melatonin appear to induce sleep via body temperature reduction, there is some evidence that the proper cyclical production of Melatonin and Serotonin may boost daytime body temperature. (Some say melatonin takes a few days to get use to. Take only before bedtime. Effective dosage varies markedly from person to person.)

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Thermo - Regulation

Body Temperature = Metabolic Heat - Heat Losses

Sources of Metabolic Heat
Mitochondria (Metabolic energy, see CFIDS/CFS)
Muscles
Brown Fat
Organs
Primary Controls
Thyroid [Refs]
Insulin -- hypoglycemia
Adrenalin
Serotonin / Melatonin [ Refs, Sleep ]
Muscular Tension / Theta - Alpha - Beta brain waves
Gross motor activity
Limiting Factors
Fuel -- Food

Carbohydrates vs slower burning fuels (oils)
Fructose, not well regulated by Insulin (Fast but short energy. Worst sugar for cardiovascular systems.)

Oxygen

Breathing -- rate and depth
Circulation (+serotonin +niacin +nitroglycerine)
Carbon Monoxide leaks -- furnace, water heater, etc.

Heat Loss Factors
Clothing

Hat (head is major loss)
Shoes and socks (contact)
Limbs (cold limbs raise adrenalin -- tension, may also raise cortisols and other stress indicators, diminishing short term memory and mental function.) Use jackets, not vests.
Body core

Ambient Temperature
Drafts and air circulation
Contact -- what you are sitting on
Surface vs deep circulation
Sweat (Many victims do not sweat.)
Lung Function

Breathing rate
Breathing depth
Evaporation in lungs (wet/dry breath)

Food (hot tea vs cold ice cream)
Excretion


Core Temperature Raised By:

Molybdenum has helped some feeling warmer. (Metabolic catalyst)
Coenzyme Q-10 (Mitochondria support)
Antioxidants (See CFIDS/CFS)
Adequate amounts of sleep. Melatonin may help, both with the sleep, and with the pineal gland that controls body cycles.
Adequate amounts of water and mineral salts (not just sodium chloride) as found in leafy green vegetables.
Yogic Breathing -- four equally timed cycles:
Inhale fully: first with belly, then rib cage
Hold breath
Exhale: first with belly then with rib cage
Hold lungs empty
Some reliable sources report that several ten minute sessions per day restore body temperature to 98.6. After some time (weeks) their candida, etc. was cured. Again, may not work for all; but it costs nothing to try.
Being with optimistic people, people whom you know and care about you.
Aerobic Talking, buoyant, optimistic subjects, mind engaged.
Yakko-Therapy(tm), coming soon to a whoops page near you!
Sustained Laughter, best if about something good you did or lived through as it builds confidence.
See also:
Dr. Fun, Bernie DeKoven and his Me/We ideas.
Jest for the Health of it.
Cyberstory, uplifting stories on the net.
Aerobic Singing, but often the mind is not as fully engaged as in talking. Note how professional OPERA singers (E. G. Placebo Domingo,) work their entire bodies into resonance to produce their incredible voices. (Forget rock stars! They are on an adrenalin high and crash when it runs out.) Note the gesturing opera singers use to create the inner effects.
Physical activity, ten to fifteen minutes each day. Does not have to be sweat provoking, just moving. A good walk every evening after dinner use to be fairly common in parts of the country.
Alpha Lipoic Acid / Thioctic Acid has helped some raise body temperature. Comment made about using L-Lysine if cold sores appear, and adding molybdenum, niacin, Co Q-10, and choline
Red peppers, chili peppers, jallapinios and other hot foods can raise body temperature in many individuals. Some old wives tales relate to this as a cure for some chronic ailments.
Salycilates, anti-cholenergics, etc. Ref: Toxidromes
Wearing a hat may raise head, and thus brain, temperature...
Cyclical thyroid supplementation protocol (cytomel)
Repetitive sounds or blinking lights having a beat in the 6 to 9 beats per second range have helped some... It is the beat frequency that does it. You can build your own from Radio Shack parts. (Ref their 555 timer IC projects book.)
Drumming, or imagining oneself drumming, with a beat in the 6 to 9 beats per second range. Raising the beat frequency as one goes may help.
Some forms of Faith Healing. (Duration questionable.)
Spring festivals and feasts of most religions.
Thyroid Extracts, such as Armour Thyroid and Cytomel.
Salt and Vitamin C to combat microfilliary worms lymephotos.com has helped some.
See also Dangers of Glandular Extract Based Therapies
Truly Bizarre Methods: Curious note on eating rat and dog meat in China. (Ref. Wall Street Journal May 31, 1991, by way of alt.folklore.urban.) (Note: fever and heat may also be a symptom of some kinds of allergy/intolerance...)

The point is that one needs to rev up one's metabolic processes. That can be via both physiological, and psychological methods. Simply putting on warmer clothing is usually not enough, and in some cases may make things worse due to metabolic reductions the body may make in effort to maintain the low body temperature. This is what causes hot days to be so difficult for such people. And yet... if it is only the head temperature that is cycling, then perhaps putting on the old thinking cap, a warm loose fitting hat or cap, may be enough to raise brain temperature back to reasonable norms. Perhaps worth trying for some.

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Core Temperature Lowered By:

Hypoglycemia and "low fuel" levels
Reduced calorie diets (Thus "Longevity" diet may not work.)
Tension and Fear, esp. without obvious methods of resolution.
Inadequate protein, tyrosine, phenylalanine in the diet.
Carbon Monoxide, 5-20ppm, way below alarm levels
Oppressive environments
Abusive or disrespectful people
Some forms of chemical exposure
Soda pop and artificial sweetener "addict"
Beta blockers, Carbon Monoxide, Hypnotic drugs, Cholinergic drugs, sedatives, tranquilizers, many cardiovascular drugs, and ethanol can all lower body temperature. Ref: Toxidromes and US Office Consumer Affairs
Sleep disorders / lack of sleep can lower body temperature. Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome, and out of sync body temp. cycles.
Too much light in the evening, either from watching TV late or late netting with a white screen, can push Melatonin cycles off, resulting in too little Melatonin when you get to bed, and too much in the morning. this in turn affects body temperature cycles.
Candida Albecans and other yeasts produce hormone analogues which can suppress body temperature.
Almost all of Dr. Cathcart's EI/MCS and Candida patients have been found to have low body temperature.
Parasites [article]
Anemia
Thyroid problems, T3/T4 conversion problems, either in the thyroid gland, or in the cells themselves.
See also Dangers of Glandular Extract Based Therapies
Mitochondria related problems, including Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Porphyria.

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Effects of Low Core Body Temperature

Some suggest efficiency/rate losses are 10 to 20% per degree F in enzymatic processes, including liver based detoxification pathways. Cytochrome P-450
Comments have been regarding cognitive and mood changes, (above) sometimes marked, as temperature changes cross thresholds as narrow as 0.2 degrees.
Not all enzymatic processes have the same optimal temperature...
Raising body temperature has reduced allergy / MCS problems, often cutting major symptom intensity in half, and eliminating minor allergy problems. Ref: Dr. Cathcart.
Porphyria, in that it can reduce heme production, may reduce body temperature in some cases. Since Cytochrome P-450 is involved in heme synthesis and may be redirected to handle detoxification, there may be some feedback interaction involving body temperature.
Reduced immune function, risk for parasites and microfilliary worms.


Measurement

Body temperature measurements should be made 3, 6, and 9 hours after rising using a GLASS thermometer, then averaged. Ref: Dr. Wilson, "Wilson's Syndrome". (I measure it hourly for a few days.)
See Thermometers and Techniques
Body temperature seems to vary with time and activity. It is not supposed to be steady!
There is a day/night temperature cycle, with temperature rising notably as one is awakening. (Hence the difficulties in judging ovulation by the body temperature method.)
There are reports, both scientific and anecdotal, of shorter term temperature cycling.
Some report as much as half a degree, even a full degree of variation between repeated high temperatures and repeated low temperatures on a three to six minute cycle.
Glass thermometers deliver an averaged temperature
Electronic thermometers deliver a maximum temperature.
See Thermometers and Techniques
Maximum and Average temperature is likely to be different between glass and electronic thermometers EVEN IF both thermometers show identical temperatures in a calibration setup. (E. G. very slowly warmed water bath.)
Electronic in-ear IR (Infra Red) thermometers appear, in this writer's experience, to be difficult to get consistent temperatures from. Angle of insertion will vary, considerably varying the resulting readings. Readings did not correspond to oral temperatures, being at times over a degree higher, or over two degrees lower, than simultaneous oral measurements. Consecutive measurements taken immediately following each other have varied as much as three degrees. Thus in-ear IR thermometers appear unworkable for this purpose.
Cycles can be measured by using an electronic thermometer, and turning it off and on between readings without removing it from the mouth. That way, the physical sensor will remain at body temperature, but the maximum reading will be reset to the present body temperature when the thermometer is turned on.
Take readings every half minute: Read the electronic thermometer without moving it in the mouth, turn it off and on to reset the maximum, then read it again. (You may need to have another person take the readings.) Repeat till you get two clear and distinct peaks separated by a low. This gives you the peak, low, and cycle time for your Foods Feelings and Faculties Diary.
Some suggest that head (oral) temperature may vary from core body temperature. Wearing a hat might help if this is the case.
Particularly intersting are the reports of temperature differences between the sides of the head resulting in mood changes.

This author has had some success learning to raise body temperature by remembering the feeling of hot foods like red peppers. This is a form of biofeedback training anyone can try with an ordinary digital thermometer. Whether the temperature remains high for long is another matter; but it was a start at regaining control so warm social matters could be handled with warmth, and cool headed matters with the best analytical coolness. (This author, a systems analyst, favors self training to improve your ability to shift mental gears as needed. If that fail, then try the Wilson's cytomel approach.)

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Are Attention Deficit Disorder patients prone to abnormal high or low temperature?
Are Hyperactive children prone to abnormal high temperature?
The Fahrenheit scale was supposed to have 100 as normal body temperature. Has body temperature fallen since the 1700's?
It is said that mountain folks metabolize fat in preference to carbohydrates due to lower oxygen availability. How does this affect body temperature?
How does body temperature relate to average physical activity?
Do different body types and different character types have statistically significant differences in body temperature profiles?
Does race or education play a role? (Active vs thoughtful)
One in ten to one in seven are said to be strong leader types, does body temperature play a role?

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Messagede marelle38 » Mer 2 Jan 2013 13:45

merci Ptitgars
vraiment très intéressante cette approche.
J'ai décidé de positiver..... c'est bon pour la santé...
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Messagede beacam » Jeu 3 Jan 2013 23:40

Ben je ne pensais pas qu'en m'inscrivant à melodie j'allais devenir bilingue, je vais demander un DIF d anglais, autant vous dire que mon anglais remonte à longtemps !
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Messagede un_ptit_gars » Ven 4 Jan 2013 01:12

beacam a écrit:Ben je ne pensais pas qu'en m'inscrivant à melodie j'allais devenir bilingue, je vais demander un DIF d anglais, autant vous dire que mon anglais remonte à longtemps !


:lol: Désolé Bea, mais on y peux rien si les meilleures infos viennent de partout...mais surtout pas de france... ;)

Au moins tu as une bonne raison de te remettre à l'anglais, parcequ'on a pas fini d'en mettre des conférences intéréssantes! ;)

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Messagede beacam » Ven 4 Jan 2013 19:26

Non mais ça va, je trouve que j'ai quand meme des bons restes , donc là j'ai decidé de le faire en live sans aide de traducteur voir si je m'en sors, autant joindre l'utile à l'agreable
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Messagede Lebowski » Sam 5 Jan 2013 14:16

va falloir que je m'achète un thermomètre... [img]smile/suri_2002.gif[/img]
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Messagede beacam » Ven 18 Jan 2013 19:04

Je vais relire c'est d'actualité aujourd'hui temperature auriculaire 35,8 , frontal 36,2 quand je vous dis que je me gele !
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Messagede un_ptit_gars » Ven 18 Jan 2013 19:29

beacam a écrit:Je vais relire c'est d'actualité aujourd'hui temperature auriculaire 35,8 , frontal 36,2 quand je vous dis que je me gele !


Je vais faire un sondage sur le forum parceque franchement je suis sur que 80 à 90% des personnes ici sont dans la fourchette basse des températures... Et c'est une priorité que de faire remonter tout ça, faute de quoi tout le corps est au ralenti et rien ne se fais comme il faut, ni la détox, ni la reconstruction des tissus, ni la digestion, etc...

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Messagede un_ptit_gars » Ven 18 Jan 2013 20:40

Quelques infos intéréssantes de klinghardt sur les températures corporelles basses des malades chroniques:

- pour 0.2 degrés stables de gagnés (en moyenne sur du long terme et sans prise d'hormones thyroidiennes), on a en moyenne éliminé la moitié de ses pathogènes nocifs (bactéries, virus, champignons, protozoaire, etc)

- la température basse niveau des mains représente plus un problème de microcirculation, alors qu'une température basse dans la bouche ou sur la nuque représente celle qui est effective pour l'ensemble des organes (core temperature)

- Une température globale basse sur du long terme est souvent associé à lyme qui dérègle les mécanismes de régulation endocriniens (thyroide, surrénales, hypophyse/hypothalamus. Considérer les parasites/lyme en tout premier, puis la toxicité en second plan

- Une vésicule biliaire qui fonctionne mal va grandement contribuer a avoir des températures basses persistantes. Elle va par effet domino agir négativement sur la thyroide

- l'hypothalamus doit vérifier la température du sang en permanence, et ne peut donc pas être protégée convenablement par la barrière hémato-encéphalique. Il en résulte que cette glande, ainsi que l'hypothyse sont souvent extrément toxiques car non protégées, ce qui agit directement sur la mauvaise régulation thermique du corps.

- le "neuropetide de régulation" ADH, généré par l'hypothyse, est impliqué dans les mécanismes de régulation de la température. Ce neuropeptide est souvent altéré dans les pathologies chroniques. Les nouveaux traitements de klinghardt "homeo K" permettent via l'homéopathie de réguler a nouveau ce neuropeptide.

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Messagede jibouille » Ven 18 Jan 2013 20:50

la température basse niveau des mains représente plus un problème de microcirculation


et ça a quelles conséquences une température basse au niveaux des extrémités? (enfin main et pieds [img]images/icones/icon15.gif[/img] )
j'imagine que c'est moins grave au niveau général qu'une température basse sur tout le corps...?
moi j'ai toujours les mains et les pieds froids
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Messagede beacam » Ven 18 Jan 2013 21:44

moi je pense à un pb d'hypothalamus, et de regulation de ma temperature, en novembre quand j'ai fait mes poussées d'hypertension, je n'avais plus les mains froides, mais plutot moite..bon maintenant c'est comment retrouver un équilibre sur cet axe là ???
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Messagede un_ptit_gars » Ven 18 Jan 2013 21:45

jibouille a écrit:
la température basse niveau des mains représente plus un problème de microcirculation


et ça a quelles conséquences une température basse au niveaux des extrémités? (enfin main et pieds [img]images/icones/icon15.gif[/img] )
j'imagine que c'est moins grave au niveau général qu'une température basse sur tout le corps...?
moi j'ai toujours les mains et les pieds froids


Ben en dehors du fait que ça soit désagréable de sentir tjrs ses mains et pieds froids (enfin surtout pour le/la partenaire :D ), et un peu moins de sensations, je ne sais pas si ça a un impact nocif en particulier sur le long terme... m'enfin c'est surement pas du même niveau qu'une température corporelle systématiquement dans la fourchette basse, ça c'est sur!

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Messagede un_ptit_gars » Ven 18 Jan 2013 21:53

beacam a écrit:bon maintenant c'est comment retrouver un équilibre sur cet axe là ???


Ben c'est justement la que c'est complexe...comme tu l'a vu, y a bcp de mécanismes qui entrent en jeu dans les mécanismes de régulation, et bcp sont fortement impactés par les toxines et les parasites/bactéries/virus. A cause de cela, on élimine moins en moins bien, ce qui fais que la toxicité augmente encore plus, les parasites vont proliférer, entrainant encore plus de perturbation sur la température, et ainsi dessuite...c'est le serpent qui se mord la queue et c'est bien la tout le problème.

Je sais que ce n'est pas évident, car j'y travaille aussi de mon coté depuis quelques temps et les avancés ne sont pas encore formidables... :/ Bon je suis en moyenne entre 36.2 et 36.8 en oral, donc c'est pas "très" bas, mais je suis sur que j'irais encore mieux en montant un peu plus haut (sans recourir aux hormones qui ne réglent en rien le pb de fond...).

Du coup j'y réfléchi aussi, et les pistes de jernigan et klinghardt sont très intéréssantes en ce sens... je t'encourage a relire la parti "treatment" du premier message que j'ai posté ;)

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Messagede un_ptit_gars » Ven 18 Jan 2013 21:56

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beacam a écrit:Hier nouvelle expérience qui ne m'a pas réussi, quand je dis que je réagis à tout et rien, petit massage lymphatique avec ma brosse magique, depuis j'ai un exces de frilosité mains etc , corps qui frisonne sans arret,(ça c'est plutot hormonal à mon avis) la nuit je ne me sentais pas bien, ma question on deloge des toxines en faisant ça, c'est quoi le circuit lymphe , sang ?


J'ai souvent remarqué ça aussi bea: qd on fais un herx en mettant plus de toxines en circulation que le corps ne peut en éliminer, dans les heures qui suivent (ou le jour d'après) la température moyenne corporelle est plus basse que d'habitude...ce qui montre bien l'énorme impact négatif qu'ont les toxines sur les mécanismes de régulation corporelle (et donc sur la capacité qu'a le corps de fonctionner a la bonne vitesse et pas au ralenti...).
Pour moi la régulation de la température est quelquechose dont il faut se soucier réellement, et constitue aussi un bon indicateur pour voir si les efforts que l'on fais payent ou si on stagne dans son parcours.

Voici le sondage que je viens de créer a ce sujet:

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Mais le problème c'est qu'il y a^plein de traitements qu'on a pas nous en France .. :(
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