Monday, July 7, 2014

Are You Cold All the Time? Dangers of Low Body Temp!



Health Thought of the Day: (Second in our series on the causes, ramifications, and possible treatments of the effects of having a low body temperature.)

Are you all bundled up to go to bed? Cold all the time? 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, not to mention setting you up for chronic illnesses.

If you have done everything you and your doctor know to do and are still struggling call our wonderful Patient Care Coordinator, Kara to discuss the exciting new treatments we have developed at the Hansa Center for Optimum Health. Visit our website www.HansaCenter.com, or call Kara at 316-686-5900 ext 1.
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2 comments:

Andrew Eyre said...

Great article, guess the negative emotions caused by the cold wouldn't help either, am I right in thinking that water molecules can be shaped by thought?

Hansa Center said...

Hello Andrew, yes emotion will affect every biological function. Read the book, "Message in Water." - Emoto