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 lose it – this also applies to body heat. Those who work with their minds may not agree with this since they often have a warm or hot head as most of the energy is converted there. Their bodies, however, do not move during these activities and remain cold. Movement always means increased circulation. A good circulation is the basis for warming the entire body. Common ailments resulting from lack of movement are cold feet as well as the described disorders associated with systemic hypothermia.
The physically inactive lifestyle of a heady society often results in two after-effects that also come to bear: emotional coldness and overweight.
Excerpt from the book “Uwe Karstädt: 98.6° F – Ideal Body Temperature”
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