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    • Discover the Surprising Mental and Physical Benefits of Cold Water SwimmingCold water swimming can reduce inflammation, alleviate depression, improve conditions like diabetes and migraines, and boost mental and physical well-being. Prepare your body, ease into it, and recover properly after each swim.

      Cold water swimming can have significant mental and physical benefits. Dr. Mark Harper, an anesthesiologist and author of "Chill: The Cold Water Swim Cure," explains how his research into preventing hypothermia during surgery led him to uncover the benefits of cold water exposure in managing overall stress response. Cold water swimming has been found to reduce inflammation, alleviate depression caused by inflammation, and improve conditions such as diabetes and migraines. Contrary to popular belief, the water doesn't need to be as cold as one might think to reap these benefits. Cold water swimming can be practiced year-round, and it's important to ease into it, prepare your body, and recover properly afterward. While ice baths and cold showers have some similar benefits, they may not provide the same overall advantages as cold water swimming. So, if you're looking for a natural way to boost your mental and physical well-being, taking a dip in cold water may be worth considering.

    • The Surprising Power of Cold Water: Reduce Stress and InflammationControlled exposure to cold water can strengthen the body's stress response, reduce inflammation, and potentially aid in managing depression. Regular exposure is necessary for optimal results.

      Exposure to cold water can have positive effects on the body's stress response and inflammation levels. While hypothermia is typically harmful, controlled exposure to cold water can help the body adapt and become more resilient to stressors, including those experienced during surgery. Cold water swimming can potentially reduce complications following surgery by reducing the stress response and inflammation. Additionally, research suggests a connection between inflammation and depression, and cold water swimming may offer benefits in managing depression by lowering inflammation levels. It's important to note that regular cold water exposure is necessary to experience these physiological effects, and the water doesn't need to be extremely cold, as anything below 20 degrees centigrade can have a significant impact.

    • Discover the Surprising Benefits of Regularly Immersing Yourself in Cold Water!Regularly swimming in cold water can reduce stress and inflammation in the body, similar to how a workout strengthens the body without causing harm. Cold water exposure has been praised for its healing properties throughout history, and recent research has shed light on its physiological effects.

      Regularly immersing oneself in cold water can lead to adaptations that reduce the stress response and inflammation in the body. When entering cold water multiple times, the sympathetic response to stress decreases. This helps maintain stress and inflammation at a healthy level instead of reaching pathological levels. Additionally, putting your face in cold water stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, further reducing inflammation. This double effect from swimming in cold water is beneficial for overall well-being. It is comparable to working out at the gym, where the right level of effort strengthens the body without causing injury. Cold water exposure has been recognized for its benefits throughout history, with medical figures like Hippocrates and Richard Russell advocating for its healing properties. Recent research has provided a deeper understanding of the physiological effects of cold water on the body.

    • You Won't Believe What Happens When You Jump Into Cold Water!Jumping into cold water triggers immediate physiological responses including the shutting down of blood vessels, increased heart rate, urination, hyperventilation, and a release of stress hormones. However, with adaptation, these responses become less intense. Cold water swimming provides a unique cardiovascular workout and elicits complex physiological changes in the body.

      Jumping into cold water triggers various physiological responses in our bodies. When we enter cold water, the blood vessels to our skin immediately shut down, redirecting circulation to the main part of our body. This causes the heart to expand, releasing a hormone called atrial natriuretic peptide that makes us want to urinate. Additionally, the nervous system reacts by causing us to hyperventilate and experience a gasping response, similar to a panic attack. Despite these initial reactions, adapting to cold water leads to less intense responses. Cold water immersion also triggers the release of stress hormones like cortisol and affects insulin levels. The exact mechanisms responsible for the euphoric feeling after cold water exposure remain unclear but may involve brain chemistry and a reset of brain function. Overall, cold water swimming provides a unique cardiovascular workout and elicits complex physiological changes in our bodies.

    • Discover the Surprising Benefits of Cold Water Immersion!Regular exposure to cold water can improve insulin sensitivity, reduce inflammation, and potentially aid in managing type two diabetes. However, caution should be taken to avoid hypothermia.

      Regularly exposing the body to cold water can have positive effects on insulin sensitivity and inflammation levels. Cold water immersion initially has a negative impact on insulin levels, but with adaptation, the body becomes more sensitive to insulin, which can aid in treating type two diabetes. When entering cold water, there is a mild inflammation response, but with regular exposure, it helps keep inflammation at a manageable level. Additionally, the diving reflex when putting the face in cold water stimulates the vagal nerve, resulting in a reduction of inflammation. It is important to prepare and avoid becoming hypothermic by limiting the time spent in extremely cold waters. Warning signs of hypothermia include clawing of the hands and difficulties with coordination and clear thinking.

    • Find out how cold water swimming can cure depression!Cold water swimming has been found to be an effective and alternative method for reducing inflammation and alleviating symptoms of depression and anxiety.

      Cold water swimming has shown remarkable results in helping people with mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. The connection between inflammation and depression led Mark Harper to explore the potential benefits of cold water swimming. Through a collaboration with experts in extreme physiology, they designed an adaptation program for a young woman who was struggling with depression. After just a few months of regular cold water swimming, she was able to stop taking medication and maintain her mental well-being. Inspired by this success, Mark Harper and his team conducted further research and gathered a group of individuals with clinical depression and anxiety. The results were astonishing, with a 70% recovery rate for both anxiety and depression. This unconventional approach to reducing inflammation provides an alternative and effective method for alleviating depressive symptoms.

    • Discover the surprising link between cold water swimming and mental health!Cold water swimming has the potential to reduce inflammation and reset abnormal circuits in the brain, making it a valuable alternative approach for individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and more.

      Cold water swimming may have a positive impact on reducing inflammation, which can be beneficial for individuals with depression, anxiety, chronic pain, arthritis, Crohn's disease, and fibromyalgia. While the specific mechanisms behind this are still speculative and on the cutting edge of research, it is believed that the cold exposure may reset abnormal circuits in the brain and potentially help reset the nervous system. Additionally, cold water swimming offers other benefits such as being outdoors in nature, being with other people, and engaging in exercise. Therefore, for individuals who have tried traditional treatments without success, focusing on reducing inflammation through cold water swimming may be a valuable approach to consider.

    • Discover the shocking benefits of cold water swimming!Cold water swimming can potentially reduce migraines and provide mental and electronic circuit reset. It can be practiced in any season in safe bodies of water, providing social and psychological benefits.

      Cold water swimming has a variety of benefits, including the potential reduction of migraines and the resetting of the mind and electronic circuits. While the exact mechanisms are not fully understood, cold water swimming has shown positive effects for individuals like Beth who suffered from frequent migraines. It is important to note that cold water swimming can be practiced year-round in temperate climates and can be done in various bodies of water such as lakes, streams, or even the ocean. When starting cold water swimming, it is recommended to find a safe location and go with a friend for added safety. Additionally, being around others can also provide social and psychological benefits.

    • Discover the surprising benefits of group activities like swimming!Participating in group activities can reduce social isolation, improve mental well-being, and maintaining core body warmth is crucial when swimming. Start slow and focus on your breath.

      Participating in group activities can help reduce social isolation and provide a sense of shared euphoria. Whether it's swimming or any other group activity, the laughter and bonding created during these experiences can be beneficial for mental well-being. Before jumping into cold water, it's important to warm up your body to prevent hypothermia. Keeping your core warm is crucial to maintaining your vital organ function. Additionally, when starting out, it's recommended to ease into the water slowly to avoid conflicting signals and potential dangers. The duration of a swim depends on the temperature, but the focus should be on getting your breath back rather than staying in for a specific amount of time.

    • Swim in Cold Water for 3 Minutes and See the Magic Happen!Cold water swimming for a short duration can improve physical and mental well-being, but warming up and avoiding hot showers is crucial.

      Cold water swimming can have numerous benefits for both physical and mental well-being. Mark Harper suggests that a short exposure of about three minutes in cold water, even during winter, can make you feel good and help alleviate feelings of coldness in the body. It is also important to warm up after a cold water swim, preferably by engaging in exercise such as running or cycling. Additionally, going into a sauna after a cold water swim is safe and can help further warm up the body. However, caution should be exercised with hot showers, as they can potentially damage the skin. While cold showers or ice baths can provide some benefits, the full benefits of cold water swimming may not be replicated. Ultimately, engaging in cold water swims, if done safely, can offer a range of advantages for individuals.

    • Discover the Surprising Benefits of Cold Water Swimming Today!Cold water swimming offers mental and physical health benefits, and even if you don't have access to cold water, alternatives like ice baths can still provide similar advantages.

      Swimming outdoors, particularly in cold water, has numerous benefits for both mental and physical health. Being in nature and participating in a community activity have been shown to positively impact mental health and boost overall well-being. The view of water alone can bring mental health benefits, while the exercise involved in swimming provides additional advantages. Even if cold water isn't readily accessible, ice baths or other creative solutions can still yield similar benefits. It's important to explore and support organizations that promote the benefits of cold water swimming, such as mentalhealthswims.co.uk, chilluk.org, and seashore.org. So, whether you're dipping into the ocean or enjoying an ice bath in Tahiti, consider incorporating cold water swimming into your routine for a well-rounded therapeutic experience.

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    https://spoti.fi/42YRZyV
    LAAI:
    https://lifeafteraddictionandindictment.com/podcast/
    Imdb:
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt24682538/
    iHeart:
    https://ihr.fm/3pkFuzN

    Overcoming oppression, stop emotional drowning and preventing suicide with QPR

    Overcoming oppression, stop emotional drowning and preventing suicide with QPR

    If you're drowning in emotional pain, then this is the episode to listen to.


    If you want go from feeling hopeless to hopeful, lonely to connected and like a burden to a blessing, then go to 1-on-1 coaching, go to www.thrivewithleo.com. Let’s get to tomorrow, together. 


    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    800-273-TALK [800-273-8255]

    1-800-SUICIDE [800-784-2433]


    Teen Line (Los Angeles)

    800-852-8336


    The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth Hotline)

    866-488-7386


    National Domestic Violence Hotline

    800-799-SAFE [800-799-7233]


    Crisis Text Line

    Text "Connect" to 741741 in the USA


    Lifeline Chat

    https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/


    International Suicide Hotlines: 

    http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.html


    https://www.nowmattersnow.org/skills

    MDOT 49.5 with Collin Strajack (Host)

    MDOT 49.5 with Collin Strajack (Host)

    With episode 50 delayed due to audio issues, I decided an episode still needed to be dropped. New episodes drop every Monday, and I wasn't gonna just not upload a new episode for the week. So, what did I do? I hooked up the mic and started talking directly to you the best I could. Hopefully something resonates with you or someone you possibly share this with. Also, I want to note that you will hear my furnace in the background randomly throughout the episode. It's cold here in Iowa. I touched on a lot in just shy of 50 minutes including depression, recovery, suicide rates, imposter syndrome, and more. I apologize for the delay on episode 50, but I will make it worth the wait next Monday!