If your body temperature is routinely below 97.0F (36.1C) you need to read this.
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. This is call Rigor Mortis.
People are experiencing aspects of essentially rigor mortis when their core body temperature goes too low.
As a whole, we are not seeing as much of the hot, feverish, inflammatory diseases that affected mankind beyond a hundred years ago. We are now seeing more cold, sclerotic illnesses. We are seeing what used to predominantly be old, cold, geriatric illnesses now afflicting our children! Many children have never had a fever, since their body's thermostat is generationally set too low, and their core temp is always below 97.0F (36.1C)
Chronic cold illnesses such as, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, cancer, Lyme disease, Multiple Sclerosis, diabetes, arthritis, arteriosclerosis, and heart disease, are all classified as "cold, sclerotic diseases" and we see in each of these that the body becomes progressively colder, with very predictable problems, like increased levels of viruses, bacteria, and fungi arising as a result.
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, washing away the cellular debris 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 inside your body is in a constant state of dying and being replaced. Three billion cells die every minute. The body reuses some of the cellular components, but the rest must be flushed out by the lymphatic system. Only now, because of the low body temperature, the cold, syrupy lymph fluid cannot fit between the cells to wash the dead internal cellular debris away. As a result the body becomes a toxic waste dump!
The toxins of the body cannot be effectively eliminated and flushed out until the correct the liquidity (viscosity) issues, not just of the blood, which is extremely common, but in all of the various body fluids.
Essentially and condition of living rigor mortis sets in as the body gets more rigid, inflexible, toxic, and degenerative as the the body gets colder and colder. The ultimate cold body is seen in death when everything stops.
The thyroid, by the way, is only one of many possible causes of low body temperature, so before all the health savvy people come on and say how easy this is to fix by supporting the thyroid, it definitely is not the whole story.
Click on this link to read another post on various causes and treatment options: Resetting Your Body's Thermostat for Increased Mobility, Pain Relief, and Healing
This article is for educational purposes. Before implementing any supplements/remedies always consult with your healthcare professional. Due to the complexity of the human condition there remains the possibility of symptoms getting worse. Again, discuss this protocol with your health care professional before beginning, and stop or get support if your condition worsens. This protocol is not intended to treat, cure, diagnose, or mitigate any disease or illness, and has not been evaluated by the FDA. Share