|spikestoyiu - 2014-12-01 |
This is the cool new(ish?) thing for athletes now that they've moved on from deer antler or whatever the fuck. I've seen a bunch of rich dummies do this.
Listen to all this pseudoscience. "It detoxes you!" Okay!
wittyandpretty.com. If you say so!
|SolRo - 2014-12-01 |
afaik low temperatures are good for reducing inflammation and inducing hypothermia, everything else is bupkis.
I wuz sort of hoping when she got her down to -145C she'd open the door and smash her with a hammer.
|cognitivedissonance - 2014-12-01 |
I'd try it, on a purely experiential basis. I've enjoyed sensory deprivation therapy immensely as a thing to do, not necessarily a thing to cure things.
I used to live with a guy who took hour-long showers: he'd just bring in portable speakers put on a whole album, usually Mogwai or something kind of epic. When I asked him about how he wanted to split the hot water bill, he told me that 50 minutes of it was freezing cold water, and and then he'd just turn on the heat at the end. Said it was very theraputic. According to the water bill, he wasn't lying.
That sounds like a contrast shower... only done incorrectly. Generally you'll alternate between the two.
|Robin Kestrel - 2014-12-01 |
You ever see those experiments where a guy walks into a big oven with some raw meat on a stick, and the meat cooks, but the guy emerges unscathed as long as he doesn't touch anything?
This lady should do something similar with cups of water that freeze solid. It would make for a better demonstration.
|Oscar Wildcat - 2014-12-01 |
Now she's ready to be shipped off to Jabba the Hut.
I should have saved my stars for Oscar, although I don't think we're supposed to make jokes about those movies any more.
ONE STAR WARS ARRRRHHHGGGfdksflsd
|Jet Bin Fever - 2014-12-01 |
Hey, if dumbasses want to spend their money on this dumb shit, so be it.
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