For those of you who have children, you really will understand my next statement ... "There's nothing more scary than watching your child burning with high fever in the middle of the night." If you have children, you may not get it. But think about it for a moment ... A child with a fever over 104 degrees (up to 102 or 103 is common in young children - not so old), however, the child will be hot to touch, lethargic, and may experience seizures - and Doctors' offices are closed! I think the scariest part for parents is that they have no control - they can not fix it.
Generally, conventional medicine leads parents to uncover the patient, carry an ice bath, and take ibuprofen and acetaminophen . Furthermore, it directly to parents "let the fever run its course." What? Sit down and let the fever ruin my child's body? An adult with a fever (they rarely go above 103) are not vulnerable to attack, but it will still feel sleepy, often accompanied by headache. Adults usually need to take care of themselves and really do not feel like moving, so that adults become dehydrated quickly. Dehydration is going to be ugly: Lack of perspiration - leaving the patient in difficult circumstances - if the patient can not inflict, how he / she reduces fever? Rapid heart rate Low blood pressure Rapid breathing In severe cases, delirium When I was growing up, I always take a fever-reducing medicine, put ice packs on my neck, wrists, and chest, and waited for it. 'S is annoying fever will drag on for days. When I got older, I started to see a naturopath and he recommended "The wet sock treatment." Let me tell you my family laughed about it for weeks. But one winter, my nephew was about 19 and developed a fever that lived 104 for a few days (close to a week). He became lethargic, not eating, and began having hallucinations. I suggest wet socks treatment for my sister. We laughed about making it to the patient. But he said they had done everything conventional and worked.She not call me the next day and said, "It's a miracle I would not have believed wet socks do anything -. But his fever broke out in the evening and to celebrate Thanksgiving with his family. "I asked if he minded treatment - considering how sick he is.
He said two things: So he said he joined it, it really does not matter what is done, and He said the cold wet socks really feels so good. She said her skin felt like it was on fire ... socks just feel good. So what is crazy, this miracle cure? It is called the wet sock treatment for a reason ... involves a wet sock. Read on ... You will need the following supplies: thin cotton socks thick wool socks ice water a warm bed Follow these steps to apply this treatment and get better results: Ensure that patients with dry feet thoroughly. Grab a pair of thin cotton socks and you put them in the coldest, iciest water that you can access. Squeeze the hose and put it on the leg of the patient Immediately put wet wool socks thick socks. Tuck patients in bed - both covered with sheets and blankets. Allows the patient to sleep, preferably by night In the morning, check the patient. You MUST discover that the fever patient that the patient has violated AND wet with sweat. You should also find wet socks to dry completely How or Why Does It Work? The wet sock treatment is a natural way of stimulating the immune system to fight the flu (fever or infectious causes).
Basically, this treatment is a compressed heating, it means that the body must work to warm up the cold hose. Cold shocks the immune system into action. "The body reacts to cold socks by improving blood circulation, which also stimulates the immune system. You have to 'rev up' the immune system, so it is ready to fight against oppression or condition, "according to Jamey Wallace, ND, clinic medical director at Bastyr Center for Natural Health.A good side effect of the treatment is that it seems to have a calming measures, suggests that many patients experiencing a deeper sleep during treatment treatment.This free and safe for all ages. It will be repeated three days in a row to continue to benefit. However, additional benefits will most likely pale in comparison to the initial response.So much this winter, put a bottle of pills or syrup and take a pair of socks wet!