Chill: The Cold Water Swim Cure- A Transformative Guide to Renew Your Body and Mind

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A science-based approach for healing ailments of both body and mind through cold-water swimming.

The belief that swimming in cold water can improve one's health is hardly new. For centuries, people from all over the world have reported that immersing themselves in cold water alleviates their pain and improves their overall well-being. Even Katharine Hepburn famously claimed to treat her winter colds by swimming in the icy waters of the Pacific Ocean. But until now, the practice has been treated lightly by the scientific community, the curative effects all but dismissed by doctors seeking medicine-centered solutions for their patients' illnesses.

In CHILL, expert anesthetist and researcher Dr. Mark Harper delivers long-awaited evidence that cold-water swimming can, in fact, achieve powerful, tangible health benefits. Combining cutting-edge neuroscience with case studies, laboratory results, and stories from the lives of patients, Dr. Harper illuminates the ways in which cold water can impacts us physiologically and mentally, alleviating conditions like:

- chronic pain

- dementia

- arthritis

- anxiety

- depression

- PTSD

- migraines

and more

Dr. Harper guides us in safely establishing our own, customized practice of cold-water swimming in order to harness the therapeutic power of water for improved circulation, a strengthened immune system, cell regeneration, and everyday vitality. Eye-opening and actionable, and full of extraordinary discoveries about our minds, our bodies, and the healing powers of Earth's most plentiful resource, CHILL is a drug-free, no-cost, revolutionary approach to lasting wellness and rejuvenation.

Product Details

Price
£12.99  £12.34
Publisher
Chronicle Books
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Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781797213767

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