Tag: cold

The Benefits of a Higher Body Temperature

In my previous post, I mentioned with a positive tone that I was able to increase my body temperature from 97.0 to 98.4 F. This post will explore if an increased body temperature is beneficial. I’ll start the post … [continue reading]

Cold Showers DO Get Easier

A thing I hear repeated often on health podcasts is that cold showers don’t get easier. That is just not true. Of course, they get easier. The trick to making them easier is to remove the decision. For two years … [continue reading]

The Return of Cold Showers

Several years ago on this blog, I posted a little bit about cold showers. It was one of many health experiments that caught my attention. My interest was building resiliency, strengthening the immune system, and possibly fat loss. Over … [continue reading]

My Coronavirus Plan

I’m putting this post together for myself. It is a collection of ideas that I found to be the most compelling related to the Coronavirus and personal health. It doesn’t mean they are right. This post should not be viewed … [continue reading]

A Lead in the War Against the Common Cold

Another December, another cold.

The genesis of this blog ever discussing health-related topics goes back to June of 2007. I was still in San Diego and I had 2 brutal colds back to back. I wanted to solve the riddle. … [continue reading]

Ginger and the Common Cold (My Experiment)

This winter I did an experiment. I started supplementing with ginger root capsules. Every day I would take a 550 mg dose. Sometimes 2 a day. People around me were getting sick, yet I seemed immune. Invincible. Was I onto … [continue reading]