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Posted by Kenneth (Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire UK) on 02/22/2008
5 out of 5 stars

Forget all about cold showers! Much too brutal. Cold water baths are the thing but then only early in the morning and before the brain is in gear & knows what is happening. You run the cold water bath tap whilst brushing your teeth & washing your face.This gives you a perfect 12 inches of water to which you add some good quality lavender lotion. Then it's in you go, feet first folloiwed by the bottom. A good sponge down of the torso follows. Then stand up & soap the forked bit. After this lie down slowish until everything but the head is submerged. ( At this point I say my morning prayers). A final sponge down completes the process & you step out of the tub feeling taut, fit & very self-righteous having been no more than about 3 minutes in the bath. I've been doing this for nearly 25 years now & am healthy & fit as a fiddle.

Replied by Leon
Wichita, Kansas

You're right cold showers are brutal. 12 inches of bath water, my bathtub isn't big enough for that. What I do is fill up my bath and while the water's running, I get my clothes ready, water my nose and then I get in after it's filled up. I try to keep the cold water comfortable and not frigid.

Replied by Leon
Wichita, Kansas

Now I feel the cold showers are not brutal if you do not turn the shower full blast. A gentle cold shower works just fine. I just now found out. But I do not feel as exhilerated from the bath as from the shower. So I am back to taking showers again.

Posted by Doris (Murfreesboro, Tennessee) on 09/01/2007
1 out of 5 stars

To answer Araeshkigal from Hurst, TX regarding cold baths. I took one several years ago because I heard it would help the immune system. Well, I got the flu and missed work for a week. I haven't tried the cold showers yet. I'm afraid I'll get sick again.

Replied by Matt
Murfreesboro, TN

You can't get the flu from being cold, whether the coldness was induced by bath or shower; hence the influenza "virus."

Replied by Leon
Wichita, Kansas

I have never had the flu from taking cold baths. It is almost impossible. With nasal irrigation along with cold baths, you are less likely to get a cold, much less the flu.

Replied by Jane
Los Angeles, Ca

I think that the shock to the system can weaken an already weakened immune system. This is what happened to me one day when I went to a Korean spa in K-town. Except I went from dunking for 5 minutes in the mugwort tea pool (amazing but about 105 Farenheit) to the cold pool and plunged in. I almost fainted from the dizziness. It was not a smart thing to do. Any rate, the next day I had a terrible flu. Drastic temperature fluctuations are not healthy to the body I reckon.

Replied by Shaq
Raleigh, North Carolina

I think that is because you were in a foreign country maybe its ironic because everyone else that posted has been fine. Also it's possible that you already had the flu. It can take days before the symptoms of the flu start to show. And please explain to me EXACTLY how a cold bath can weaken the immune system.

Posted by Araeshkigal (Hurst, TX) on 02/16/2007
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I first started taking cold showers as a suggested remedy for migraines. It more than worked. It also helped alleviate skin breakouts, regular muscle cramping, and some blood pressure issues (I changed nothing else in diet or exercise to be sure this was what was having the effects) I find it's best to start barely warm and slowly get to cold. If you can't stand ice cold at first just go "on the cool side" till you get a tolerance. You don't have to *freeze* to get the benefits. Also I find cold baths do *not* have the same therapeutic effect as cold showers (anyone else?)

Replied by Leon
Wichita, Ks
5 out of 5 stars

Actually I find that cold baths have a more soothing effect on my body than cold showers and I don't have to have it frigid cold and I get the same benefits.

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Posted by Lillian (Houston, Tx) on 02/02/2014
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I was searching for "spiritual cleansing baths" on Google and came across a Cold Shower Therapy link for Earth Clinic. (I'm a fan of EC and have lurked for a couple years - I had to sign up to tell this.) I decided to follow the link and read all the wonderful responses regarding cold showers. Well - I started out with my regular shower, and lowered the temperature to "pretty cold" (but not all the way freezing)! I was talking out loud to myself, saying "They said put your armpits up there!! " OMG, I had to force my arms up. I could only stay a few minutes, not the full 10 minutes. Anyway, once I got out, dried, dressed for bed, put on some nice music - I felt I had absolutely no body at all. I was floating in mid-air, I felt so good! I went out today, it was around 40 degrees and raining - it didn't bother me one bit. Normally, I'd be bundled from head-to-toe and shivering. It was nice out. I'm working on making all my showers cold. Thank you all for sharing your lives and thank Earth Clinic for enabling us to do so!


Replied by Prioris
Fl, Usa

As far as spiritual cleansing, running water of any kind whether pipes, rivers, underground rivers, faucet water, showers can help clear or repel probably most negative energies and negative entities. You can run water on your arms under the faucet while connecting to your subconscious and using imagery.

Having a strong aura will also repel the negative. If an aura is damaged in any way, it can become a site of attachment for a negative entity. Entities are also attracted to bright auras sort of like flies are attracted to bright lights. This is why psychic people attract more entities. A bright aura doesn't mean the entity can attach but they will try like flies do.

Living a healthy life is one of the things that can strengthen the aura. There are

Here is an example of some exercises that may strengthen aura. HEALING.htm

Grounding oneself especially when sleeping is another way to keep negative energies at bay.

In the end, it is all relative to how strong the entities are and how weak the target is. What strategies works for some may not work for others. Most negative energy can be removed by experienced people but some can be very difficult.

Most people may go through life and never know they have something attached to them. It's like your breathing. You can consciously breath or you can let you autonomic nervous system breath for you. There is a broad spectrum of entities attach or possess.If you lose control over your body parts, I would definitely take a shower. The longer the negative entity remains, the more difficult it can be to remove.

There are a broad spectrum of reasons why entities attach. Not necessarily all are intentionally bad. If an entity get accidentally trapped in your aura, it may have a very difficult time getting out by itself even if it wants to.

Sleepwalking, night terrors, schizophrenia are some of the things that can be manifestations of spiritual problems that need spiritual cleansing. The entities can take advantage of a persons past traumas. If the entities are depressed themselves, this can manifest as depression. It can manifest even some physical problems. Sometimes it can manifest as physical problems if the attached spirit has not cleansed itself mentally from it's past health conditions. Any conditions which appear out of nowhere or just turn on and off by themselves inside of you for no explainable reason can be evidence that you have an attached entity. Someone who has carried one a long time - maybe since birth - it may be more difficult to tell.

Spiritual cleansing with a shower can go a long way but it doesn't solve cleansing all negative energy. Other strategies may need to be employed.

Replied by Prioris
Fl, Usa

Just want to pass on a couple links to everyone on the important health benefits of grounding. It is also called earthing although earthing is also used as a product branding name so just be aware.

I think everyone who is not aware of grounding should look at the first link which contains a video. It's pretty amazing. Grounding or Earthing is based on real science.

Here some question and answers

I wanted to "ground" or "earth" myself with my bare feet on my small cement patio but I think the fire ants consider that their property. They don't like trespassers either... lol They own a lot of the grass also. I have to do it when they're sleeping ... lol

Replied by Lillian
Houston, Tx

Prioris, thank you for that wonderful information! The weather has been unusually cold lately and I can't seem to drum up the courage to take the same coldness of my first shower. I can make it cool - but not cold. I won't give up!

Posted by Jay Cowley (Nyc, Ny) on 10/10/2010

I have done ice cold swims in health spas they do stimulate for hours. But.... Reports on web warn of increase in blood pressure heartbeat possible heart attack!!! I have a bit of high blood pressure and this could be a cure or a ??? Could cold showers be serious problem???

Replied by Francisca
Michelbach-le-bas, Alsace, France

We also take cold showers after the sauna or have a short swim in cold water. Is it good or is it bad? For me what counts is what I see like for example people in Scandinavian countries who have done it all their lives, till a very old age and seem to be very fit. I tell my husband not to swim in the cold water if I am not around though, I think that there should be someone around just in case something goes wrong. My mother in law who is in her 80's used to take cold baths and loved it till one of her daughters told her she had to stop. She still talks about it quite often and is sad she is not allowed to take them anymore. I suppose everything can kill you..... You can even die while walking but does that mean that you shouldn't go for a walk? I would say that there is enough evidence that cold and hot is good for the health but I can't tell you that it is good for absolutely everyone or that nothing will ever go wrong! Maybe the best thing is to listen to your body! Asking your doctor won't help, I suppose as if he agrees with it he will say yes, if he doesn't he will say no.

Posted by Lorica (New Albany, Indian) on 03/22/2010
5 out of 5 stars

I think that if one is hypoadrenal - as I am - or unknowingly at risk for that, one should procede with caution on cold showers to avoid taxing the adrenals. This is also for people who just don't like cold water!

This is what works for me to make the whole experience kind of pleasant instead of shocking to my system.

It helps to have a hand held hose with a spray. If not, I guess one could modify this approach. I start with one foot at a time, spraying it. Very quickly the cold does not bother me there. It seems to help to get the strong spray very close to the skin, as a kind of massage & blood stimulation agent, then spray quickly back and forth one section at a time, working one's way up the legs this way as much as feels comfrotable.

Once you past the thighs, the skin becomes more sensitive to the cold water. What can help is to first hand splash some of the cold water on the next area to get the cold spray, or use a washcloth to get the cold water there. It's amazing how much more easy it then becomes to not flinch with the spray following. As someone else said, don't forget to get the arm pits and all those nerves there.

For some reason once I have sprayed all my body up to my neck, when I lean over to spray my head it doesn't bother me at all, but feels good. Oh, pre preparations: First, if you have a space heater, use it in the bathroom! Get the room a little uncomfortably hot even. Have some cayenne pepper in something like yogurt to cool it down (wonderful stuff for your health - tho it might cause you to start seeing "white rice" in your stools, i.e. tapeworm segments, which means you gotta do a parasite cleanse).

Do some light exercises. Yes, slick your face & neck especially with your favorite oily moisturizer. I use plain ol' olive oil w/essential oils that are good for the skin. For me anyway, the face gets dry from cold showers but the rest of my body does not, if I don't just some oil before & after.

If you really, really don't wanna take a cold shower or health prevents it, you can modify with cold packs. You know those old fashioned ice packs for the head, neck wraps, etc. If you don't have the resources, you can make your own cold packs with freezer bags stuffed with cotton pads placed in a sock & put in the freezer. Putting cold packs simultanaeously on the head, down the spine, under the arm pits, under the feet, down the abdomen, can make one feel similar to taking a cold shower, tho it is not quite as invigorating or powerful against depression.

Replied by Candace
Indianapolis, In

What is this about cayenne? Does this raise the metabolism? How much are you using for this?

Replied by Earthy
Dearborn, Mi
5 out of 5 stars

Ok this is amazing this totally works I had horible stomach pain and then I took a cold shower and then felt tottaly better and even more amazing in the muslims book ( quaran ) it says to the prophet jacob to wash himself with cold water.

Replied by M
Nyc, Ny

Religion had nothing to do with your cure. A natural remedy did. We are all one with the earth.

Posted by George (Cherry Hill, Nj) on 01/22/2010
5 out of 5 stars

Alright so I really need to tell people this because I can scarcely believe it myself. Over the past few years I've had a few stomach ulcers and I've suffered from leaky gut syndrome, because of this I've developed allergies to all manor of things including cellulose in most supplements in pills and magnesium stearate and by allergies I mean if it came in contact with my skin it would start to become raw and inflamed even if I just put it under my tongue so this severely limited me from even trying most supplements to help my ulcer and leaky gut issue.Also and again this is hard to believe but I have no reason to lie to you I started developing allergies to bottled water and water from fountain soda machines, I could only drink water filtered or non filtered from a home filtering device. If I did consume these things my throat immediately swelled and my stomach ulcers burned. Over the past year or so I've learned to live with these things but I cant say its been easy. Although now my leaky gut has been remedied through a strict diet I adhered to and my ulcers are better my allergies to these things remained.

I started taking cold showers about a month ago now and at first I just stayed with cold, I enjoyed this but sometimes it would cause my stomach to become inflammed, I'm not sure why but it wasn't pleasant. Now I alternate hot and cold a few times then end on cold for 100 seconds. Now to why I'm writing this, my allergies and stomach issues are almost completely remedied!!! I just did a test with a supplement made out of fruit and it had magnesium stearate in it and no burning under the tongue no redness or irritation and after five minutes I swallowed and guess what almost no reaction at all. The same goes with liquids from fountain machines!I drank from one yesterday for the first time in I cant even remember with no reaction. I plan on continuing this and the way things are going I think I will be free of allergies within the next month or so! This site is truly one of the best things that has ever happened to me I'm slowly gaining my old life back and for that I am truly truly thankful. To think all it took was some cold water.

Replied by Donald
Battle Creek, Mi



Cold water has more oxygen in it than hot water and the oxygen is absorbed through the skin into the body. After a hot shower, finished off with cold water to obtain oxygen and close the pores of the skin.

Oxygen is the most abundant chemical element, by mass, in our biosphere, air, sea and land. Oxygen is the third most abundant chemical element in the universe, after hydrogen and helium.[1] About 0.9% of the Sun's mass is oxygen.[3] Oxygen constitutes 49.2% of the

Earth's crust by mass[2] and is the major component of the world's oceans (88.8% by mass).[3] Oxygen gas is the second most common component of the Earth's atmosphere, taking up 21.0% of its volume and 23.1% of its mass (some 1015 tonnes).[3][36][37]

Earth is unusual among the planets of the Solar System in having such a high concentration of oxygen gas in its atmosphere: Mars (with 0.1% O2 by volume) and Venus have far lower concentrations. However, the O2 surrounding these other planets is produced solely by ultraviolet radiation impacting oxygen-containing molecules such as carbon dioxide.

World map showing that the sea-surface oxygen is depleted around the equator and increases towards the poles. Cold water holds more dissolved O2.

The unusually high concentration of oxygen gas on Earth is the result of the oxygen cycle. This biogeochemical cycle describes the movement of oxygen within and between its three main reservoirs on Earth: the atmosphere, the biosphere, and the lithosphere.

The main driving factor of the oxygen cycle is photosynthesis, which is responsible for modern Earth's atmosphere. Photosynthesis releases oxygen into the atmosphere, while respiration and decay remove it from the atmosphere. In the present equilibrium, production and consumption occur at the same rate of roughly 1/2000th of the entire atmospheric oxygen per year.

Free oxygen also occurs in solution in the world's water bodies. The increased solubility of O2 at lower temperatures (see Physical properties) has important implications for ocean life, as polar oceans support a much higher density of life due to their higher oxygen content.[38]

Polluted water may have reduced amounts of O2 in it, depleted by decaying algae and other biomaterials (see eutrophication). Scientists assess this aspect of water quality by measuring the water's biochemical oxygen demand, or the amount of O2 needed to restore it to a normal concentration.
Donald Ballard

Posted by Charlie (Biloxi, Ms) on 12/29/2009
5 out of 5 stars

I have been forced to take cold showers this winter because my underground gas line collapsed to my house and I can't afford to get it fixed. I have been taking a cold shower every mornig and night for almost three months and let me tell u it is brutal. However, my skin has never looked better and I have not had a blackhead or acne since I started taking the cold showers. I love it. I may never take another hot shower again.

Posted by Daniel (Blackwood, Nj) on 12/28/2009
5 out of 5 stars

So I started taking cold showers about a week ago and I've already noticed a few effects. First I have much more energy which is helpful in my day to day life. On top of that I've had problems with a sore stomach that I've been trying to heal with limited success for awhile now and within a week it feels so much better now I can hardly believe how well and how fast its working. I also have noticed that my digestive complaints have much improved, I've had intestinal inflammation which has been helped with exercise to a degree but after taking cold showers its seemed to disappear and my evacuations are quick easy and complete. I've also developed minor food intolerance's over the past few years and almost immediately they decreased considerably I hope with time they will go away completely. I've also had great luck with an almost complete reduction in muscle soreness after my workouts by taking a cold shower right after I'm done. Overall after the first week I have to say I'm hooked and I cant wait to see what other benefits I gain from this. As for why it works I cant say completely but I'm going to assume at least for my stomach and intestinal issues it was from the increased amount of blood that made its way into my organs which facilitated healing. As for the other things who knows but I know its doing something!

Posted by Ed (Newfield, Maine, Usa) on 12/26/2009
5 out of 5 stars

I have been reading this site for over a year and started taking cold showers (CS) right after. this info may help. first I take my CS at 5am i set my alarm and wake up every morning just for my CS. after i go back to bed to warm up. i do this because after some time in bed my body is warm all over. no cold hands, feet, other body parts. next i do as many pushups as i can. i think this is very important the body core temp up and makes the CS much more easy to take this gets my hart and breathing rate up. Just before this i turn the shower to full hot. after exercise i turn the shower to cool and get in and soap up. after 30 seconds i turn it colder then another 30 and turn it full cold. i try to stay in the coldest water for 5-8 minuets. i turn alot to get front and back. in winter my water gets down to 53f.

I wish more people would say what water temp they use. I seem to be more into this in winter than other times.

a few times i want the water to be even colder so i will take in a bucket of ice or snow water and after my CS i will pore it over myself as i lie in the tub. one more thing, i would like to know about others but for me i find i must have a high sex drive for this after sex i am not in the mood for a CS for 2-3 days then i am good until i have sex. i am 55. i live in a very cold area and the CS helps me deal with the cold weather.

Replied by Ed
Newfield, Maine, Usa

two things i forgot in my last post. first im not a fat person just a few pounds overweight from time to time. I find when i take the cold showers i lose about a pound every 5-6 days this works every time and the weight stays off as long as i keep up the cold showers 2 -3 times per week. also many of you have talked about cold baths and i wanted to try them but i thought it would be too shocking. i have an old claw foot tub in the basement i put a hard rubber plug in it and filled it with water and let it sit over night. it got down to 54deg F as i said i find cold treatments better right out of bed when my body is warm all over, i was able to do 42 pushups and got in. This old tub has high sides so i was able to fill it with 16 in of water enough to cover my whole body. This is very different from a shower as the cold water hits every part of your body at the same time. also there is no way to adjust from cool to cold its just ice cold right from the start. I lay down with the water right up to my neck. I thought i would die but i forced myself to stay in and after about 15 seconds i able to stand it i found if i did not move too much it was not so bad. i stayed in for 2 minutes and i did feel wonderful after.

Replied by Ed
Newfield, Maine

Two more things i forgot to mention. I find it is very help full if you can watch a clock with a sweep second hand. i try to set times like i will try to stay in for 5 minuets and watch the clock to make sure i stay that long at that point i will tell myself try to stay in for another 30 seconds and then another 30 sometimes i do minuets the clock really helps a lot try it.

Also i find that my private parts get very cold and painful very fast so i got a tight rubber thong. i wear it now for every shower and it works great and i can stay in much longer. ed. [email protected] .net.

Posted by Tee (Chicago, Il) on 11/02/2009

I take cold showers everday but I noticed that I dont get the same feeling like I use to. Its almost winter here so the water is definitely cold. I don't get the warm tingly feeling anymore. Am I doing something wrong?

Replied by Tom
New Orleans, La

If your body is giving in to being cold rather than warming up, then you should try taking a hot shower first, or splashing yourself first, and/or make some deliberate effort to resist the cold ie. tightening your muscles.

Posted by Sarah (Nottingham, Uk) on 10/10/2009
5 out of 5 stars

I was introduced to cold showers by a forceful boyfriend who absolutely insisted that they'd be good for me. I was suffering from a lack of energy and couldn't motivate myself to do anything, with the result that my studies were suffering badly. At first I was very reluctant to stand under cold water for 15 minutes and he more or less had to hold me under the shower. I'm so glad he did. I now have more energy, more motivation, my skin and hair glow, and my apetite has reduced with the added benefit that I'm now 10lb lighter.

I normally take one cold shower when I wake up (washing my hair as well as my body) and then a second cold shower (without washing my hair) before I go to bed. I know haven't had a hot/warm shower for over four years.

EC: Good idea to take your temperature after such a long shower!

[WARNING!] 09/22/2007: Remy from Buffalo, NY writes: "Please tell website users that they have to be very careful if they have low body weight and use the "cold shower" method to alleviate depression. I have low blood circulation and several health problems because I am suffering and loosing to an eating disorder. Cold showers can be dangerous!

For people who are "underweight" it may be a good idea by slowly decreasing the temp. each time you take a shower, followed by taking your temperature afterward.

Core Temp. Side Effect
95 Shivering
90 Confusion
85 Lethargic
80 Coma
78 Death

Measuring the length of the shower is important, as the longer you expose your self to cold water, the lower your body temperature will drop.

I hope this helps, and as always; if you think you may have an eating disorder, you may have one, or develop one!"

Replied by Newage
Chicago, Il

I can appreciate this post regarding watching the temperature if you are underweight. I've lost a lot of weight in my battle against candida, watching what I eat and eliminating the things that feed candida, I've lost a good 20-30 pounds in the process. As everyone knows, candida and sinus infections as result of candida, can lead to depression. This depression is what lead to me to the cold shower remedy. I am in Chicago, 8 month winters, and I hate the cold! My feet and hands are constantly feeling like ice (though this is another side effect of candida). I know that sometimes while in the shower, and I accidentally turn the hot water off first, and that burst of cold water hits me, I scream and get the giggles. I hope this method works, I will try it tonight. Are there any guidelines someone underweight should follow to ensure they don't get too cold and have negative side effects?

Replied by Anniemae
Hampton, Va

If you have cold hands and feet, low body temp, low pulse and blood pressure you are probably also suffering from hypothyroid. Your thyroid tests will read normal, but you have all the symptoms. I found great relief by taking kelp tablets (the green ones). There is natural iodine in kelp, which is what you need. Some people take Lugol's iodine. Research hypothyroidism, good luck.

Replied by Robin
Alamogordo Nm

You are talking about CORE temps. It takes a looooong time to change your core temp. Stuff like this just confuses people and scares them off from doing more research into something that could help. A 1 to 3 minute cold shower will not affect your CORE body temperature!!!

Posted by Shannon (Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada) on 08/02/2009
5 out of 5 stars

I recently started taking alternating hot/cold showers. I start off quite warm then gradually make it as hot as I can for about 3 minutes then switch to cold for about 1 minute. I do 3 cycles and gradually make the hot hotter and the cold colder each cycle. I've only been doing this for 2 weeks now but the chronic headaches I've had for 30 years have lessoned (only 1 in the last 10 days-absolute heaven) and I've mysteriosly lost 8 lbs. (I'm quite obese) without changing my eating habits. The fact that it has been stinking hot the past 2 weeks and I'm sweating to death with no air conditioning could also be a factor for the weight loss! LOL My body temperature stays cooler for a few hours after my shower, even in this 30+ weather. I've also been doing some awesome meditations, listening to binaural beats and watching subliminal videos so it could be a combination of everything.

When I went to my Dr. last week and he asked how I was, I told him he'd better sit down. I've suffered (and I do mean suffer-suicidal thoughts daily) chronic depression for the last 17 years. I've gone off meds 3 times - once for 4 years even- but always end up crashing and need to go back on. Anyways back to the Dr. appt... I told him I had been HAPPY!!!! for 7 whole days and I hadn't cried since Sunday. The reason I cried was because I didn't know how long this would last. Had a bum day yesterday but not too bad today.

I thought it could be the combination of all the above or just my meds kicking in after trying 3 different kinds in 2 months. Not until I read all these posts did I think my showers could actually being contributing to my emotional well-being. Being 45, back in college with a bunch of 20 year olds, dealing with my disrespectful, pot smoking 17 year old son, chronic headaches and migraines, depression, hormone hostage (peri-menapause)... well I can use all the help I can get. I've also developed tennis elbow from being on the computer most of the day for school and homework. The showers haven't helped with that yet so I'm going to try emmursing my arm between my 2 kitchen sinks in hot and cold water.

Thanks for reading and I will definitely be checking out more of this website and referring my friends to it.

Posted by Indigobeauty (Daly City, CA) on 07/13/2009
5 out of 5 stars

I have been taking cold showers for mths, i never really kept track but over 5 mths i would say. I have notice many benefits. My stress level has dropped, my skin never becomes dry, my hair is shinier, and my insides feel they function better. but since you have been taking cold showers for 10 yrs plus, i was wondering if you can tell me please what are some other benefits i can expect. thank you! peace

Posted by Alexa (Boston, MA) on 07/07/2009

With all respect to Gurudev Khar Khalsa, the medical literature does not confirm that cold showers are contra-indicated during menstruation. One can shorten the cold shower a bit if one wishes - but cold water certainly is not unhealthy during that time.

I should know - I am a woman who is enthusiastic about cold water has been taking cold showers her whole life and has two healthy children. Besides, I am a physician who wrote a book about all kinds of water cures and natural remedies.

Keep up the good work!

Alexa Fleckenstein M.D., physician, author.