A common finding in cancer sufferers is a low body temperature, or at least a much deregulated distribution of temperature in the body. Where a fever is viewed as the body having the energy it needs to burn off viruses, bugs and clean up unhealthy tissue and is believed to be a corrective process, lowered body temperature is not ever viewed as a normal or healthy condition; it means the body doesn’t have the energy to “clean up” as it uses temperature to fight infection and burn off toxic waste.
A continuation of a lowered body temperature creates an ideal environment for viruses and chronic infection to develop and thrive. It is a sign of degeneration and gradual cellular death, and should be viewed as a serious issue that needs to be addressed. Lowered body temperature, in Dr. Karlfeldt’s opinion, is akin to the “plague” of the 21st century.
Those with a lowered body temperature will have a weak reaction to even the best medicine and therapies. As the body’s core temperature decreases, all cellular energy also decreases. The cooperative and collective intelligence of the whole human organism is short-circuited as the body temperature cools down. As a result of lowered body temperature, all cellular functions decrease; there’s a decrease in production of all hormones, neurotransmitters, and other body chemicals necessary for all normal body regulation.
According to Professor Abo Toro at Niigata University in Japan: our immune functions are improved by 40% when our body temperature is improved by just one degree. The impact of fighting off diseases like cancer has a significant impact on the treatment of these conditions.
Natural forces such as immune function are extremely important in cancer treatment and will have a significant effect on treatment outcomes. When the body cools down, blood vessels contract, and the sympathetic nerves are excited. When the sympathetic nervous system is excited, something called granulocytes are excreted and promote the inflammatory process.
Inflammation always proceeds cancer. A majority of chronic diseases have an underlying factor of inflammation. By cooling down the body, inflammation increases and we become more prone to the development of chronic disease.
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