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98.6° F – Ideal Body Temperature as the Secret to Optimum Health | 144 pages by Uwe Karstädt


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Legal Information And Imprint

98.6° F - Ideal Body Temperature Legal Information And Imprint Author: Natural Health Practitioner Uwe Karstädt Title: 98.6° F - Ideal Body Temperature for optimum health © 2014 Proofreading and composition Angelika Fleckenstein, spotsrock.de Publishing house: tredition GmbH, Hamburg Printed in Germany ISBN: 978-3-7323-2330-2 (paperback) 978-3-7323-2331-9 (hardcover) 978-3-7323-2332-6 (e-book) The work [...]
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Ideal Body Temperature as the Secret to Optimum Health

My Lady d’Arbanville Music Video | My Lady d'Arbanville by Cat Stevens My Lady d’Arbanville, why does it grieve me so? But your heart seems so silent Why do you breathe so low, why do you breathe so low? why do you sleep so still? I’ll wake you tomorrow And [...]
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Table of contents

Index | more below all book excerpts are listed as posts Legal Information And Imprint Ideal Body Temperature as the Secret to Optimum Health Table of contents Introduction to 98.6° F The origin of 98.6°F as the ideal human temperature The importance of 98.6°F as the human operating temperature The attraction [...]
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Introduction to 98.6° F

The bad effects of chronic coldness “I constantly feel cold,” explained Mrs. Shiver when I asked her about her body temperature. “How about putting on an extra jacket and some warm socks?” I inquired further. “It doesn’t help. I drink hot tea and wear warm clothes as if it were winter [...]
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The origin of 98.6°F as the ideal human temperature

Keeping our body temperature at 98.6 °F Humans are warm-blooded mammals.One of the features that distinguishes us from cold-blooded species is that we consistently keep our body temperature at approx. 98.6°F – independently of the ambient temperature. Regardless of whether we are an explorer fighting through snow in the Antarctic or [...]
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The importance of 98.6°F as the human operating temperature

Thermal regulation vital for our internal health Thermal regulation – registering and immediately correcting temperature deviations – is not a quirk of nature.We detect temperature deviations because such fluctuations are immensely important for the internal health of our organism: for the metabolism and energy balance, for detoxification and deacidification, for nutrient [...]
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The attraction of light

Light and heat important for our health   As human beings we love light, sunshine and colors.We strive towards the light and, in this regard, resemble plants, trees,blossoms and flowers, which also search out the light. Light means warmth and vitality.Anyone who forgets how important light, heat and a relatively [...]
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Thermal treatments – a supportive pillar of natural medicine

Roots of naturopathy and its methods: Various thermal applications From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Naturopathy and its methods are rooted in various thermal applications. Saunas and sweat lodges, foot baths, alternating baths or contrast showers, rubdowns, hay baths, warm and hot wraps and compresses, fango packs and mud [...]
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Bringing light into the darkness – a personal story

How an insight changed everything Who has not stumbled across a surprising and instantaneous insight brought on by a certain situation or specific circumstances? These moments of enlightenment allow us to see our lives in a different light and fundamentally change our outlook on life. All of a sudden, something [...]
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The modern human in an unhealthy environment

Causes of illness   Since I have mainly worked with chronically ill people over the last 15 years, I was able to make some astonishing observations about the repetitive causes of illness among those who are chronically sick.Besides strains caused by environmental poisons, in particular toxic dental materials such as [...]
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Times of stress

How stress links to our health Most people with chronic illnesses often share another characteristic: long periods of stress without sufficient rest. The transition from large families to small families, raising children as a single mother or father, stress at work, the hopelessness of unemployment and the ever-present environmental strains [...]
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Low temperatures as part of chronic illnesses

Why coldness should not be taken lightly Sensations of coldness within the body or a measurable low body temperature can often be discovered early on during a thorough anamnesis or diagnosis. 20 temperature readings on patients taken within 5 days revealed that about 70% had a body temperature in the [...]
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Symptoms and illnesses associated with low temperature

Hypothermia as a pathway for illnesses Hypothermia creates ideal conditions for a multitude of illnesses since it is associated with deficient circulation, a poor supply of nutrients and oxygen, but also decreased deacidification and detoxification. Naturopathy has, for many years, applied this principle by using heat treatments and thermal measures [...]
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What is meant by core temperature?

Dropped body temperature as the new norm We talk about body temperature, but essentially mean the core temperature in the head and torso. Carl Reinhold August Wunderlich (1815-1877) took approx. 1 million temperature readings from 25,000 people and discovered that the average body temperature was 98.6° Fahrenheit. Of course, there were [...]
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“Norm” values and their significance

The constant change of norm values and its effects This is also the reason why norm values constantly change. For example a homocysteine value of 8-16 μmol/L was regarded as “normal” 10 years ago while most laboratories today define a “normal” value as 6-10 μmol/L. It may be a totally different [...]
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The significance of fever and hypothermia

Differences between high and low body temperature Every doctor will listen up if you report a persistent temperature of 100.5°F lasting several weeks. An increased temporary temperature is acceptable, but any physician will and must implement certain measures and try to discover the cause of a persistently high temperature. An entirely different [...]
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Low temperature as the plague of the 21st century

How humans are to blame for the body temperature drop Humans themselves have created the conditions that resulted in low body temperatures.The causes are to be found in our way of life, our lifestyle and our love of certain foods and beverages.Other causes originate from the practices of the pharmaceutical [...]
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The causes of hypothermia-Vaccines and medications

Vaccines as part of the problem Most people are already vaccinated during the first years of their lives, a practice that is portrayed as an absolute necessity by medical practitioners, politicians and, of course, the pharmaceutical industry. Parents who do not vaccinate their children are at risk of being banned [...]
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The causes of hypothermia-Poisons of indulgence

Toxic substances and how they affect our inner health There is another category of substances that lowers our body temperature. I am referring to the common poisons of indulgence that we consume in everyday life.As the name suggests, the consumption of these indubitably poisonous substances provides an indulgent – though [...]
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The causes of hypothermia-Cold food and beverages

Food consumption linked with body heat There are many misunderstandings about what kinds of foods are good and beneficial for us. As a result, a multitude of diets and dietary guidelines have been put forward. Some exclusively recommend vegetables; others advocate a mixture of foods ranging from vegetables to animal [...]
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The causes of hypothermia-The lifestyle in modern society

Physically inactive lifestyle leads to coldness A sedentary lifestyle with concurrent over-stimulation of our nerves and senses leads to an unbalanced body and mind.Unfortunately, most people spend their day sitting in office chairs, car seats and sofas or in front of computer screens and televisions.If you don’t use it, you [...]
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The causes of hypothermia-Headiness and emotional coldness

Lack of movement contribution to emotional coldness There are many reasons that affect a person’s ability to develop fulfilling emotional attachments and feel emotionally warm. It would exceed the framework of this book to address the causes of emotional disorders, which naturally play an important role. However, I would like to [...]
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The causes of hypothermia-Environmental toxins

Heavy metals endanger our health The term “heavy metals” refers to an accumulation of various types of metals in the tissues of the body. These heavy metals include lead, cadmium, arsenic, nickel, palladium, platinum and especially the highly poisonous neurotoxin mercury. In 24 hours, the mercury in amalgam dental fillings can [...]
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The causes of hypothermia-The optical hypothalamus core

Another center for thermal regulation Amongst the heat-regulating organs, the optical hypothalamus, in addition to the thyroid and adrenal glands, plays a significant role. The actual temperature is recognized with tremendous accuracy. Temperature measurements by heat and cold receptors in the skin are compared with the inner values and produce [...]
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The importance of enzymes

Why enzymes are vital for our organism   Our metabolism stands and falls with the rate of chemical processes that occur within the body. More precisely, our metabolism is the sum of all reactions within our organism. These processes are guided and determined by enzymatic reactions. Enzymes are the spark of [...]
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Enzyme strength depends on temperature

How temperature affects the enzymes Enzymes become soft and lose their firmness and rigidity if temperatures are too warm. If temperatures are too cold, enzymes become too rigid and lack the necessary flexibility and adaptability. Both states quickly affect the optimal functioning of our digestive system resulting in an impaired metabolism [...]
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Effects of hypothermia on enzymes

Malfunction of our organism Which enzymes and functions are we talking about here? Non-essential enzymes can, e.g., be enzymes that regulate the metabolism and health of skin, hair, fingernails and toenails. The libido or cognitive function is also not directly required for momentary survival. A cooled organism can no longer [...]
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Who am I?

A different kind of observation You have surely seen images or videos of sunflowers in which the plant turns and orients itself towards the sun over the course of a day. Sunflowers are not the only plants that perform such an alignment; in fact, every plant turns toward the sun [...]
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The preconditions for human life

From the viewpoint of a naturopath It is important to remember one’s roots when thinking about a species-appropriate life for us as humans. By this I mean that, to this day, we are greatly influenced by the geographical origins of our species – as Homo sapiens or human beings. This [...]
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UV radiation and vitamin D

The importance of vitamin D's absorption through sunlight According to scientific insights, the human species most likely originated in Africa where humans were exposed to many hours of sunlight on a daily basis; therefore, our organism is capable of coping with long periods of exposure to sunlight. More than that, [...]
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