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I have previously made a thread on central heating/radiators making it hard to breath:
At the time - I had come to the conclusion that it...
I have been experimenting with a humidifier for the winter - I notice I breath a lot easier with the humidifier on but I run into the following dilemma (my house is warm due to central heating my family insists on having on) :
If I use plastic bottled water for the humidifier it becomes very...
Could be with food, beverages, gadgets, etc.
For me I've found that eating heavily salted meat, taking a source of iodine (usually as whole seaweed), doing bodily mobility work, or Wim Hof breathing are all things that noticeably improve my feeling of bodily warmth quickly.
Not sure why the study considers January to May to be winter months, but this is yet another study that links maternal metabolism (and serotonin) to autism. The official explanation is increased flu infection and lower vitamin D levels in the winter. While these may be contributing factors, I...