Dr. G’s Go-to Treatment for PAIN
I like to be on the go, and I like to push my limits.
And I don’t want pain to slow me down.
But you WON’T catch me popping a Tylenol or Advil.
Instead, there’s a unique pain-relief treatment I’ve turned to for years.
It’s great for reducing pain and inflammation — and it has the added benefit of increasing hormone levels and immune function to boot.
This treatment is simple, fast, and 100% FREE.
And you take advantage of all its benefits, starting today.
My go-to pain treatment is a form of cold therapy called cold thermogenesis.
It involves exposing yourself to extremely cold temperatures for a short period of time.
I’m telling you from experience that this cutting-edge treatment can completely eliminate pain.
In a case study published in BMJ, a man suffering from chronic nerve pain reported COMPLETE and PERMANENT pain relief after swimming in 51-degree water for just ONE MINUTE.
I don’t know any pharmaceutical drug that can boast those kinds of results!
Studies have also shown that cold therapy can ease depression symptoms, overcome fatigue, and improve recovery in athletes.
There’s a good reason for these impressive results: Cold therapy stimulates the release of pain-killing and mood-regulating chemicals in the brain.
But one of the best across-the-board benefits of this treatment is that it helps protect against disease.
That’s because it boosts specific immune system cells that fight infection and disease. It also boosts glutathione, one of the most potent antioxidants for protecting against disease—and even for helping prevent cancer.
Personally, I soak in ice-water baths at least once a week in order to get the benefits of cold thermogenesis. But there are numerous ways to engage in cold therapy without doing a polar bear plunge.
- Take a cold shower. Five to 10 minutes should be sufficient to bring your body temperature down.
- During the winter, spend time outside. Just 10 minutes a day will help you achieve the benefits of cold thermogenesis.
- Turn down your thermostat at night. Sixty-six degrees ought to do it (of course, no blankets!)
Whether you choose one of these options — or you decide to take the ice-water plunge—just know that the beginning is always the hardest part.
After that, your body adapts and it really isn’t so bad.
Before starting this type of therapy, it’s important to know that there are medical risks that could be associated this type of cold exposure.
One of the most serious is that it can trigger a heart attack or stroke by raising blood pressure. So before taking the plunge, be sure to check with your doctor if you’re already at risk.
Dr. Richard Gerhauser
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Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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