Normal Temp / Low Pulse Rate

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  1. KM22

    KM22 New Member

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    Can anyone suggest what this combination may indicate?

    My temp is almost always 98.6 or so, but my resting pulse rate is generally between 60 and 70.

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    i have the same and I wonder the same thing.

    My guess - my body's metabolism is downregulated for some reason (it's kinda obvious to state, but just have to say it). The wisdom of the body (a term I learned from Zajicek) prioritizes vital functions over less important ones, and so uses its energy to maintain optimal body temperature. That the body is able to maintain this temperature is a minimum requirement for survival, but not necessarily for development. A lower heart rate than optimal, at around 85, may indicate that certain functions are not maximized. Such functions are not vital to survival, such as having a full head of hair, having stamina, whether it's outrunning your friend while being chased by a bear, or during sex, or in having a mind that connects things quickly enough.

    In my case, I feel that it's the presence of arterial plaque that limits tissue oxygenation. With tissue oxygenation not being optimal, mitochondrial energy production is downregulated. For me to improve metabolism, I have to slowly dissolve the plaque that has formed throughout my vascular structure.
     
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    I get for me great temps (waking 98.2 or if I sleep late 98.6). Sometimes I have 75 pulse but usually it’s around medium 60s. Something is holding me back. I do eat around 3k so i don’t have a shitty metabolism. But I really do think I think too much, lol. Seriously though.

    I try to alter my diet...having less fat, more niacinamide and aspirin (to burn sugar more efficiently). But I’m sick of tinkering with my body.

    The brain utilizes so much energy/calories to think as I do. Horrible. I realized I wasn’t thinking so much about silly ***t (people and their going’s on, and a job that provides $) when I was bulimic. All I thought about was the other silly ***t, food, calories, and there was the rainbow at the other end: ie when I got over the bulimia, then things would be perfect. Well now I know what the non-addiction people have to go through. My mind wipes me out. I’m gonna figure this mind issue out, or preferably ignore the chatter and live.

    Anyway following
     
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    This sounds plausible. Co2 and mitochondria, I think those are huge.
     
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    I am with you as well, with 5 years of 46 resting HR, 52 walking HR and perfect BP. I still work and work out with great stamina, and remain puzzled.
     
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    Just a suggest for a brain turner-off-er, an herbal medicine that works on anxiety long term is ashwaganda. Check it out...taking a gram and increasing by a gram every evening or so, by 3 wks you should notice new calm
     
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    Hi. Yeah I have some ashwaganda from early peat days, probably been a year since I’ve used it. I never did 3 weeks of it, I should try again, didn’t really notice too much when I used it. But I guess I’m more sensitive to anything going into my body now. It’s strange (and wonderful) how in tune I am with my body.

    Right now Diamant and a few other supplements, Krishnamurti talks, weightlifting, and long walks in nature have got me in a pretty serene place. I hope I’m not jinxing myself, but I don’t want to grasp happiness. I’ll just take it as it comes.

    Thanks for the suggestion.
     
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    Oh it sounds like you are doing very well. Balance in our path is often just whats needed, and you are in tune with what you need. Yes, only a suggest the ashwaganda, perhaps less each day for your sensitive nature, strung out over time for "herb allowing". My pleasure, we are all in this together...
     
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    That is so true. If everyone felt that way, this would be utopia.
     
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