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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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03:28 min | Last month

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Exposure to fifty degrees fahrenheit which is not super cold following running can increase. Pg one alpha in muscle tissue which actually going to increase mitochondrial proliferation now. that's great for for endurance athletes. of course and that's that's actually beneficial if your endurance athlete so realize i'm kind of getting into the weeds here but what i want to do is is step back and tell you that. If you're an endurance athlete a frequent runner. Marathoner triathlete etcetera. After you finish your hard training session to decrease core temperature get blood flow back to the gut faster. Be able to sleep better at night. I've seen very little evidence that like a post long run or post long bike ride. Cold exposure is gonna impair endurance performance. At all and for strength and hypertrophy the trick is allow your body time to produce that inflammatory response. Sure if you're sweating and your pitting out at the office. After strength training session quit cold shower to cool your body down. It's great it's not going to blunt medic response to exercise a ten minute ice bath. Save that for at least two hours after the exercise session because it's about the two hour window that allows your body to mount that inflammatory response. Okay so it's about timing and dosing. And so what i do is i do an ice bath like a long ice bath like ten minutes. Plus i'm just not doing it right after a strength training session and arguably i'm fine doing it you know after a long run or a long bike ride or something like that. So there's a few other considerations here when it comes to performance for example like i was mentioning on mytalk biogenesis which which is the the production of a lot of these new mitochondria. The cold will activate this. Pg one right. That makes more kander in the muscle. Called mitochondrial biogenesis. Pg one is the master regulator of that process. And if you get exposed to cold water after you engaged endurance exercise. We see an increase in that. Pg one alpha production and so when it comes. Triggering motto condo biogenesis. Getting cold right after an endurance. Training session has a lot of benefits again. Unless you're pure strength and pure hypertrophy. We also see for example in tennis players. You know doing cryotherapy. After tennis practice you decrease in tanf alpha can increase and some of the cytokines that can help too long term blunt inflammation and skeletal muscles and mice have been engineered to show increased levels of chuck protein. That rbm three and they've actually shown improve muscle cell survival and larger muscle size after being exposed to the cold shock protein. So what this means. Is that again even if you're going after strength after power etc cold is still going to be good for you. Just don't do it right after your workout. So hopefully you guys are kind of getting the idea. In terms of timing dosage cetera. When it comes to this cold shock protein when it comes to decrease inflammation et cetera. What i do want to also do is get into some tips and tricks when it comes to cold. Thermo genesis so one. I already told you about if you don't like to get wet ladies if you don't want to take a cold shower and lose all your makeup and have to reduce your hair etc this cool trick guys if you're at the office and you just don't want to check out and coach our the that equipment from cool fat-burner dot com.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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02:07 min | Last month

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"That's that's pretty significant because losing synapses something that occurs in general diseases like alzheimer's and parkinson's disease and even after traumatic brain injury. Which is why you know. Regular cold exposure if you had a ti or concussion is something. That's actually kind smart to do so a few of the things regarding this. This rbm three is the cold water immersion for something like that. It's it's a little bit longer. You can see that. Forty one degrees. Fahrenheit for forty five minutes for mice but that's that's ambient temperature that's not cold water immersion and so that would be like a long walk outside in the cold for forty five minutes to an hour which is not that bad and then if you can get a two degrees. Fahrenheit reduction in core body temperature that can induce this rbm three culture shock protein. And that's about fifty seven to sixty eight degrees fahrenheit right so again you can either do these brief super cold ice oaks and like most of the data. It's anywhere from twenty seconds. Like i mention of to a maximum about ten minutes that you would need something like cryotherapy or the intense ice bath. Immersion right those can be a lot shorter but you can also get similar effects with a long swim at your local gym that keeps the pool kind of cold or just to a lake and dipping in the lake. And just hanging out in the lake for a while or just you know. I do a lot of this just in the winter. The fall go for a walk with how many clothes on and get a lot of these same effects. You don't have to just like a freeze your eyeballs out in iced every day. There's a lot of ways to do this so You know brief really cold or long bouts of kind of cold both seemed to have a pretty good effect. Now the cool thing about cold is it affects a lot of stuff in the brain. So there's an inflammation and immune system benefits. So we know that the norepinephrine that's released during the cold back inhibit a lot inflammatory pathways decrees what's called. Tanf alpha and macro flays inflammation. So the reason you'd have inflammations too illuminates the initial cause of celery clears out dead cells and tissues.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:55 min | Last month

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Found with a good amount of hydration and electrolyte intake. My hr v. bounces back way faster after a sauna session so so those are the basics when it comes to the heat and now we are going to move on to. You guessed it ice so ice. I already told you about how i discovered a how intense cold thermo genesis can actually be during my early days of cold water swimming back back. I was racing Triathlons but really it was a while a between the time that i was swimming upstream and that icy spokane river and i really began to look into the benefits of actual cold genesis and what it can do for the body and trust me you do not have to swim upstream in an icy cold river or really even get an ice bath really get a lot of benefits of the cold so with the cold. We're actually going to start with the brain because the the effects of cold on the brain. I think are often not talked about enough because you know one of the most consistent and profound physiological responses to cold exposure especially if your head is under the water and this is actually probably why they found in a recent study last week decrease in the risk of depression dementia and alzheimer's in people who regularly swim in cold water and part of that is related to this release of norepinephrine into the bloodstream. It winds up in. What's called the coriolis region of the brain and it's very interesting because this north and ephron is hormone anna neurotransmitter involved in things like vigilance and focus and attention and mood. So the cold induces this robust increase in north and efren mediated by sympathetic nervous system. Fight or flight response and what happens. Is that increased neural transmission and the effect of metabolism nora ephron it actually combat things like adhd and depression and the reason for that is north and evidence depleted in people typically by pharmacological interventions and that can cause depression. A lot of people who are using what are called norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors and the complete opposite happens. When you get regular cold exposure now you also get an acute increase in vasile constriction and construction of blood flow to the brain but after that happens you get this big rush in blood flow to the brain and so what happens as a result of that that increase in north and ephron neuro transmission is the increase in focus and cognitive ability and energy and mood. And this all happens as soon as you kind of. Get out of the cold and begin to warm up but the facts. Don't stop there when it comes to the brain and and just you guys know cold water.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

05:07 min | Last month

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Is that when you get in a sauna. Hyperthermia can use this robust activation of the sympathetic nervous system and the access. So you're hypothermic. Baotou terry adrenal axis is actually gonna go into overdrive a little bit. Because the saunas mildly stressful. That's where a lot of times if you're in the sauna you see an increase in north and ephron you've seen increase in blood flow or blood a blood glucose you see a big increase in proacting. You see an increase in cortisol but then when you get out of the sauna all that stuff drops when you exercise well if you exercise really long time just gonna constantly have really high heart rate and really high cortisol and a lot of muscle damage but then briefed. Bouts of exercise are actually really good for you and it turns out that the same thing can be said for the sauna and the reason for this is that big surgeon proacting that promotes and growth. It makes your brain function faster. And that's a key in repairing nerve cell damage. Then you get the increase in europe efren which allows you to better handle stress. That's why a lot of people feel stressed out. If they get in on a session you feel kind of zen afterwards especially if you do it regularly because your body is getting used to having to deal with this nor epinephrine response and begins to blunt a hefty ephron response when. You're stressed out by say you know emails traffic arguments etc. And so so it. It stresses you out short-term the sauna does but then when you get out. You're actually distressed. Now we know that heat stress can also increase the expression of brain drive. Neurotrophic factor now increases the growth of new brain cells. Is the reason people take things like lion's mane and smart drugs and neutral but he is one of the best ways he and aerobic exercise can could both pretty significantly increased beating the fact that i think my assistant turn the heat on in our house. I usually keep our house pretty cold for some of the cold benefit. But i'm walking on the treadmill. And i'm actually sweating on talking to you guys right now. So i'm increasing beating enough via both heat. That i'm generating by walking. I'm also increasing. Based on the fact that i'm aerobically moving as i'm talking to you so you can also million depression. It can increase resilience to stress in a similar manner as those pathways that i talked about earlier and a beta endorphin which is induced by. Hyperthermia is actually one of the things that has like this. Feel good effect when you get out of the sauna. So that's another cool effect of it but edition beta endorphin. The other one that you know about dying orphan so dine orphan is what's responsible for your runner's high okay. So beta endorphins are these endogenous opioids or natural opioids. That are part of your body's natural painkillers system it's called a mu opioid system. And you can block pain messages from spreading from the body to the brain via this process called anti nossa section when you have high levels of these these natural painkillers circulating in your body. Well there's this peptide that's a little bit lesser known it's called dine orphan. It's called the kappa opioid. And that's responsible for this and sation of painkilling. You get when you eat spicy food. You get it when you're doing intense exercise like afterwards. That's why i feel good after high intensity training interval session and then you also get it from the sauna and so that that's why you almost feel like you have kind of like a feel good mood. Enhancing runner's high effects when you're in the song it's also why sometimes it began to asana. It kind of feels uncomfortable for the first ten minutes. And then as your body produces more and more norfolk in kind of last a longer period of time in the sauna the cool thing is that the diner orphan. These new receptor agnes increases in body temperature. And so what happens is that they appear to have some type of temperature regulating effect which is all just really cool because once again coming back to the cardiovascular and the endurance benefits that means that if you're out exercising in the heat and your regular sauna visitor exercising on the nfl way easier ways. I mean any exercises intense because your body. He's going to go up. Anyways gonna feel way easier so that dine orphan is kind of a fantastic bonus of the of the regular sauna. Hey so here's something cool. My kids have a cooking podcast and they are actually Hiring for their cooking podcasts. They do things like chef interviews. Plant foraging really really unique recipes. I mean like healthy gluten free baked goodies and cinnamon rolls and sour dough. Brad's stakes chickens. Rubs you name they are. They've been doing this. 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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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01:50 min | Last month

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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01:56 min | Last month

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Gonna find it. Ben greenfield fitness dot com slash hot and cold. That's been granted dot com slash hot and cold and put on your thinking caps and get your notebook for this one. Because i'm gonna give you everything you need to know for the fat loss for the cognitive benefits for the immune boosting benefits and beyond when it comes to heat and call the tell you how long how much how hot how cold everything. So if you're in the mood for upgrading your sauna or your customer dentist's practice. This podcast is for you What's cool is that one of the one of the things that i use on a regular basis is actually colostrum and all i can colostrum reduce the amount of gut permeability especially in athletes or active folks when they're exercising in the heat because it's a common issue and people exercise a lot they leaky gut and you pile on top of that. The fact the act of people got to eat more more calorie throughput. It becomes an issue. I struggle with a lot when i was racing. Ironman triathlons in extreme heat. And i did a bunch of research into what could reduce gut permeability in the heat and what could produce gut permeability athletes overall and it turns out that something called. Colostrum is pretty much the number one way to do that. For example there was one recent randomized control trial On healthy adults. Nee showed that one gram a day of colostrum. For twenty days reduce levels of stools zanjan nostrils on ulan is the gold. Standard marker of gut lining permeability. So this show that you were actually restoring the health and particularly the gut lining with regular consumption of colostrum. They only one gram -oday one serving of arken. Colostrum is three point. Two grams one tiny scoop. It's a totally bioactive powder. No capsules completely absorb all nutrients we minimally process it to preserve all the fragile nutrients and proteins peptides and especially the the very bioactive component called lactoferrin.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"The three to one about Jeff Skinner where I run down, former sabres contracts signed and long for a day where someone falls apart in year six because everybody falls apart near to, I did not know by the way, Cody Hodgson, had a medical issue. I got a, a message about Hodson because I mentioned him in this piece, which is that Hodson played for the sabres. He had twenty goals, and then was immediately, not as good and went off the Nashville and left the league and Nick wrote in that he had serious medical issues, which I wasn't it via articles and taking shots at the players. Texture taking shots at the sabres lock or lack thereof, Hodson, had an issue called hyperthermia, malignant, hyperthermia when he played here. He had yeah. Apparently, it's what led to a very, very big drop in his play so quickly because you kind of ask the questions, according to Wikipedia, Nick was on the point of this out to me that he had some condition. He's actually been raising awareness about it since that he revealed retired after being diagnosed with malignant hyperthermia is caused by mutation of a gene, significantly worsened his performance in his final season was only correctly diagnosed after his last season. Which he described as a literal struggle, and he partnered with his foundation, the are y are one foundation in creating a documentary to raise awareness of the disease. Oh, yeah. Feel bad now. Well, I mean I wasn't taking a shot at Hodson so much as when the savers playing shots out. It's a genetic mutation apparently symptoms can include muscle rigidity, high fever fast, heart rate. Yeah. There could be a lot of problems with it. So he has that. And that's part of what fell my. Let's get lead of the volume of his career. Yeah. But if you go for him. Leinna was a boss right away. Yeah. Don't think Leno was a medical sin was thirty one. When they signed him in, in the year, two went down to eight goals, so on and on so many of these deals to savers of signed of fallen apart in year two, and I think the Skinner thing is like, well, the frayed that deals gonna fall apart changes are chance or won't for a good four to five to six years. And when looking at the. I'm half kidding. When I make this point in my article like holy cow. That'd be great if you fell apart near six as opposed to falling apart. And you're like everybody else seems to. Yeah. And I think look, I'm just looking at Billy lane numbers for for purposes of this discussion, Jeff Skinner you have to sign a waiver to do that. When you're eating earning make it stop. Jeff Skinner has had how many thirty goal seasons in his career twenty thirty right? Okay. And affordable villi lane. Oh had won nineteen goal season. The guy never hit double digits. It was an overreaction to the great playoff. He had that year. Didn't he sign after I know you had the goal here, but he had like a fantastic playoff season. If you looked at villi lane was numbers here, were his goal totals. Five six four to nineteen eight two zero could have seen that one comment. So I mean you can't you know I get it. You're worried about contracts. You can't put Skinner it. You can't just worry about contracts Laino. It's not surprising. He went belly up..

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"To be far more safe resulting in far less neuro endocrine imbalances arms? Exactly. And then also there's a couple there's sort of a whole category of sort. Of a neutral, pic- peptides like cmec realizing and we're looking at those for things like concussion and traumatic brain injury. And then imagine stacks where you begin to do sort of complex thing. It's like plasma for recess to sort of pure if the blood, and then combining that with peptides combining that with the gut, and then sort of taking fairly comprehensive approach to anyone problems like the duct of the future, baby. So another thing another, and then I want to dress line. But there was one of the thing that you were telling me about that I found intriguing and it might be something using some your lime therapies, and that's hyper Thermes hyperthermia. Can you explain what that is? And where that would fit in. So hyperthermia is not an FDA approved. Therapy whole body hyperthermia. But it's something that we've been studying actually for quite a while. And I'm in the middle of a three year program to starting a clinical trial out of the United States. Looking at hyperthermia, and it's the main areas where people are studying hyperthermia actually for treating chronic infections and cancer. Yeah. I mean, I have a bio mad from where those made career something like that of my bed nap on it every day. But when you get it and open the manual. That's one of the main things they start to pull out all the research on hyperthermia and cancer. And actually know a lot of cancer patients who have purchased just that alone like bio, Matt, and they'll wrap themselves in my lar- blankets, and and get a sweat and get the infrared therapy in the heat at the same time. So again, kind of like a DIY cowboy ING form of hyperthermia. I just wasn't sure how was using like a clinical setting. So so the clinical setting is there's a couple of different ways to do it. And we're looking ball. So imagine a super high tech Saana that warms you up. And then the other one is that we do is called Venus hypothermia and so. We take blood out. From the body. And then we run through basically the same. Warmer like the same thing that I use when I used to do open heart surgery. And so we warm that warm the warm the. Instead of cooling blood down we warm it up. And so then we put it back in so that's called Venus hyperthermia. And then the basically what happens is we give sedation and then we warm the body up to one hundred seventy degrees or forty two degrees celsius and the concept is cancer can't live at that temperature. And neither a lot of the infections that people are dealing with including Spike's. And there's a real sort of entertaining story about the history hypothermia that I could go into. Yeah. And so the ideas, you them up, and then the things that can't live then started die or they become weakened. And so they become much more sensitive to other therapies that we go. That's interesting. The the deal with with hyperthermia is kind of related to what I was discussing. When I had Dr Thomas Callan on my show and how much of an error. He thinks it is too. Whenever someone gets sick and comes down with a fever. Do everything you can to get rid of the fever because that's the body's owned Bilton version of hyperthermia, right cat. The story is crazy story on air. So imagine the eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds. There's no antibiotics so if you've got an infection, it was like a disaster. Okay. So syphilis was a disaster in Europe. And so, and what would happen as a lot of people would get it..

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"To be far more safe resulting in far less neuro endocrine imbalances arms? Exactly. And then also there's a couple there's sort of a whole category of sort. Of a neutral, pic- peptides like cmec realizing and we're looking at those for things like concussion and traumatic brain injury. And then imagine stacks where you begin to do sort of complex thing. It's like plasma for recess to sort of pure if the blood, and then combining that with peptides combining that with the gut, and then sort of taking fairly comprehensive approach to anyone problems like the duct of the future, baby. So another thing another, and then I want to dress line. But there was one of the thing that you were telling me about that I found intriguing and it might be something using some your lime therapies, and that's hyper Thermes hyperthermia. Can you explain what that is? And where that would fit in. So hyperthermia is not an FDA approved. Therapy whole body hyperthermia. But it's something that we've been studying actually for quite a while. And I'm in the middle of a three year program to starting a clinical trial out of the United States. Looking at hyperthermia, and it's the main areas where people are studying hyperthermia actually for treating chronic infections and cancer. Yeah. I mean, I have a bio mad from where those made career something like that of my bed nap on it every day. But when you get it and open the manual. That's one of the main things they start to pull out all the research on hyperthermia and cancer. And actually know a lot of cancer patients who have purchased just that alone like bio, Matt, and they'll wrap themselves in my lar- blankets, and and get a sweat and get the infrared therapy in the heat at the same time. So again, kind of like a DIY cowboy ING form of hyperthermia. I just wasn't sure how was using like a clinical setting. So so the clinical setting is there's a couple of different ways to do it. And we're looking ball. So imagine a super high tech Saana that warms you up. And then the other one is that we do is called Venus hypothermia and so. We take blood out. From the body. And then we run through basically the same. Warmer like the same thing that I use when I used to do open heart surgery. And so we warm that warm the warm the. Instead of cooling blood down we warm it up. And so then we put it back in so that's called Venus hyperthermia. And then the basically what happens is we give sedation and then we warm the body up to one hundred seventy degrees or forty two degrees celsius and the concept is cancer can't live at that temperature. And neither a lot of the infections that people are dealing with including Spike's. And there's a real sort of entertaining story about the history hypothermia that I could go into. Yeah. And so the ideas, you them up, and then the things that can't live then started die or they become weakened. And so they become much more sensitive to other therapies that we go. That's interesting. The the deal with with hyperthermia is kind of related to what I was discussing. When I had Dr Thomas Callan on my show and how much of an error. He thinks it is too. Whenever someone gets sick and comes down with a fever. Do everything you can to get rid of the fever because that's the body's owned Bilton version of hyperthermia, right cat. The story is crazy story on air. So imagine the eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds. There's no antibiotics so if you've got an infection, it was like a disaster. Okay. So syphilis was a disaster in Europe. And so, and what would happen as a lot of people would get it..

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Know you're pretty small space but you know again when you know people know no that they're they're optimized temperature in all the cells in your body are optimized is at what night i always forget ninety eight point six put six thank you but the exception to that is your immune cells your white blood cells and tesol killer t cells a lot of your immune cells are optimized at one hundred four degrees and so of course in america when we have fever think something's wrong we must have tylenol deficiency so we so we knew get but but you know when you are enough uber state you are again you are burning out cancer cells in your burning out bacterial enviro cells hyperthermia is is fascinating i looked into this because i got this thing from korea called the biomet that that i now use every day but the literature that came with it claimed that it could kill cancer cells and it turns out that on the on the us government's website for cancer cancer dot gov you can actually see hyperthermia listed as clinically proven method to kill cancer cells and a damage proteins within cancer cells into string tubers in i i don't think i believe that you have to get the body pretty high like you mentioned like you got to get you know we're normally ninety eight point six way up into the hundreds and the highest that i've gotten just measuring with this this or a rain that i wear for skin temperature is one hundred and five laying on that biomet and you actually have to if you want to get true hyperthermia with it you have to wrap it you turn it into almost like a lay down sauna you wrap it with these mylar silver blankets but but i can approximate hyperthermia home but it sounds to me like they're using kinda like that on steroids at this swiss clinic.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Out of this vaccine mass they just got themselves into 'cause bernice eddie said nineteen fifty nine oh my goodness we have just inoculated unin tire generation with cancer causing and i've got it in my system you have it in yours correct i had to have seven to make sure that the one twice that at my lectures look if i go down with something funky and everybody what happened to dr ten there's things that bypassed my immune system and have had free reign to do what they want so everyday working try keep my immune system up because i don't want one of these things to park when i watched he'll try to fight the these are unfirable the things that you acquire naturally are different than the ones that you've been given i remember a patient could fix it we'll kimia when you shut off with elected blanket is leukemia quick chemo you can give the guy but the blankets shut it off immediately and he ended up dying from the cancer therapy that he had 'cause you have secondary cancers from the treatment so when you've been given something the outcome is horrible and no matter how they try to treat it it seems to be like a failure now knock on wood you don't have cancer i don't have cancer at this point to the point where it takes over our body i'm convinced we all have cancer cells in our body is immune system that fights it off why is your immune system and my immune system at this point winning the fight well i have worked very hard at trying to keep my immune system i'm a i'm a hockey player and i play hockey three four times what happened to our red wings this year we'll get into that later building here remember that that's smart cancer clinics heat kills cancer hyperthermia saunas infrared saunas learning to play putting the wind at your back getting a chlorine out of my life i can the pharmaceuticals and now as a kid trying to not have a grounding sheet on my bed because the wifi where i live i pick up ten wi fi i actively trying to fight this genetic says a huge part in this but also there's the luck of the draw there was hot batches and they weren't all hot okay so you may you may have lucked out i may have.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Of want the dial to be over here so you'd think these simple thing to do would be to move the dial over here but that often weak and you've been using number two armies right exactly this idea doing this weakens the systems own sort of internal capacity switch you get is a dependence on that external element to keep the system in that state right on the other hand although it seems paradoxical if you take this way but not chronically but just and you pull the spring back and you let it go right it's sort of drives the system into that other state so we have some evidence from this hypothermia interesting so you would think if the world was simple that if you're depressed in cold i should he you up and if you're depressed in hot i should pull you down but in fact the opposite is true so in in the european study we actually very successfully measured core body temperature the day before they got the treatment five days after right and what we found was that the hotter you were before you got into the box the better antidepressant housing ask you about right and what we found from five days after being in a box your core everybody's core body temperature was really lower over twenty four hours so the box didn't make people hotter it made him cooler what we were actually inducing hypothermia we used hyperthermia induced hypoth longterm you mean longer term.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Yeah right and so it it totally makes sense because the guy is what is exposed the internal martin be think about that's the big one right right i mean the skin is a much more robust protector against any any membrane it's wet is bad news right and that way but it has to be for us to survive and this is sort of the compromise that we've evolved i i'm pretty interested in your mentioning this hypothermia in in terms of you know people that are depressed being having elevated core body temperature i'm super interested in the study that you published where you had used whole body hyperthermia to treat major depressive disorder and or at least a single bout of it seemed to have a lasting effect for six weeks we whole body hyperthermia to me like it sounds very similar to using something like a sauna would you say it's just the heat the machines fancies fifty thousand dollar machine it used infrared lights kind of cook she from the inside out and that allows you to get hotter with less misery casinos i mean you're getting on your it's hard right yeah i mean i'm a big steam room sauna fan but the box is very different so i put myself in this machine to see what i was doing to people at i've never been so so the backup yes you're right we did do a study and we treat people to a core body temperature of thirty eight five centigrade which is one hundred one point something rather which is unbelievably hot if you don't want to be that hot i mean you know so i mean i'd never been hot in my life i mean sweat would just pour them off my body and i was huffing and puffing i felt like had been running for ten miles out in the sonoran desert summer you know it's really hot it's mild hypothermia but it's hot now we have colleagues of david michelen and maron nyerere at harvard that have joined us knipe thermes work and she especially is interested in as a grant steady hot yoga and convince people to wear rectal probe other doing hot yoga and hot yoga which also makes people swept like pigs elevates core body temperature to interesting.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Because right down to the level of control people we've so we've known for a long time that that that depression is hyperthermic state but you know if you look at the things that happened physiologically when you get sick one of the things that happened to something called acute phase reaction so you get a change in the chemicals the that you that your liver makes right so you you get you get a downgrading of sort of housekeeping chemicals like albumin and you get a rising things like crp and you tended of also do things like lose iron lose zinc and he said why you know when you get sick why do you punch your iron well the the the answer is because the microbes especially under sillier bacteria need the iron more than you do they have to have that aren't replicate you can live for awhile without iron but they can't and there's also today to showing the for instance iron supplementation kills you if you're infected with kids that are given iron in high pathogen third world areas are much more likely to die of infection so what happens with evolution is get to suite of reactions that although sometimes costly to the person or the person's body or generally more costly to the bacteria so the reason that we get sick when inflammation gets activated is not just because nature wants to tortuous is because if you make a list of all the things that happened many of them have been shown to be pathogen protective so for instance hyperthermia fever is a powerful pathogen protector be for a couple reasons first off it it it sorta ramps up immune functioning but but most microorganisms are not built to last bill cheap that's why that's why they can actually mutate so quickly it's it's so they tend to unwind at higher temperatures and so you know a fever is an anti pathogenesis an antibiotic strategy right and so it's very striking that that depression is so reliably associated with things like shunting your iron shunting zinc raising your body temperature you know and if you think about you know why would those.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Going to the podcast welcome back my friends to another episode of the found my fitness podcast i'm sitting here with dr charles rezone who is a professor at the school of human ecology at the university of wisconsin madison and who's also the founding director of the center for compassion studies at the university of arizona as well as many other interesting things which you can hear about in this episode of the podcast so one of the reasons why i wanted to have you on the podcast have a discussion with you is because you've done some really interesting research on the effects of inflammation on the development of depression as well as using what is very similar i would think to be very similar as the sauna its whole body hyperthermia as a treatment for major depressive disorder so a very interesting topics that i'm interested in so maybe we can start by talking a little bit about the role of inflammation just generally speaking in in depression yeah so it's interesting you know when when people begin to realize back in the eighties there was this link between the brain and the immune system that was more profound than we originally thought right originally people thought the immune system was down to dealing with infection brain was about behavior now of course we know that they're really one want system people thought about it in terms of immune suppression you think so many things are lost from the lives of people with depression that has sort of made the magic sense to think that your immune functioning might be lost too so it was really quite a shock in the nineties when essays got better and we begin to realize that if you measured inflammatory markers so these are chemicals like cytokines get kicked up when you get the flu something like that then when you looked at sort of chemicals they were actually elevated in depress people and this was showing sort of again and again and then we begin to realize that if you were exposed to these chemicals you were likely to get depressed so some of the research that we did and many other.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"However looking over his publication history i realized that he was also deeply involved in researching the effects of the immune system and it's signaling molecules on mood disorders and so much more and it doesn't stop there in this almost to our conversation we talk about how depression as a disease may be subdivided based on whether or not there is involvement of chronic inflammation and how this could influence how it should be treated the changes in functional brain can activity that are associated with high inflammation sub type of depression the potential therapeutic effects of whole body hyperthermia for major depressive disorder the physiological similarity of hot yoga with whole body hyperthermia from the standpoint of potentially therapeutically boosting body temperature heat stress as a means to sensitize pathways important to thermo regulatory cooling that also affect brain regions implicated in the regulation of mood and evelyn canary biological explanation for why chronic inflammation shunts trip to fan and important precursor for serotonin into a neuro toxic pathway that produces a substance called kin urinating how can you earning can then go on to become any tablet called quinolinic acid which is then powerfully associated with depression how our muscles actually helped shift the metabolism of concerning away from quintanilla acid when we exercise particularly if that exercise is enduring exercise we also talk about some of the preliminary evidence that increased expression of a certain heat shock protein in the brain may influence behavior by protecting against stress induced depression the biological wisdom that may be embedded in traditional spiritual practices when it comes to keeping depression at bay especially the use of phasing high heat often for used of healing or transcendent purposes but also potentially other practices like fasting and ultra long distance running some of the growing body of literature surrounding the effects of psychedelic occasioned mystical experiences for depression end of life anxiety among cancer patients and even as an.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Welcome back friends to another episode of the found my fitness podcast a magical place where simply through the act of listening your genetic expression will start take on a new more wholesome character today's episode is a deep dive on the biological origins of depression and frankly a lot more as well often when we hear the word depression we think of something that might be more can't as negative thinking however depression real clinical depression can have a biological organic 'cause that scientists increasingly showing to be linked to the behavior of the immune system and it's incredibly dynamic and rich interaction with the brain this immune brain interface as we'll today can be central to behavior and is particularly relevant when we're talking about clinical depression but this relationship may be more complex than it appears at first glance in today's episode we learn that inflammation more than having a simple relationship as an instigator in other words causing symptoms can also be beneficial especially by promoting the release of growth factors in the brain at least on a short term basis as you might expect just like everything in biology context is everything but we'll get into that shortly for now let's get down to business with a little bit about today's guest dr charles raise on md is a professor in the school of medicine in public health at the university of wisconsin madison and founding director of the center for compassion studies in the college of social and behavioral sciences at the university of arizona dr raisons research focuses on inflammation and the development of depression in response to illness and stress he also examined the physical and behavioral effects of compassion training on the brain inflammatory processes and behavior as well as the effect of heat stress on major depressive disorder how i i ran across dr raisons work was actually reading a paper on the influence of a treatment known as whole body hyperthermia which uses what is really just a specialized type of sauna used in this type of research and its effects on ameliorating depression for those of you that have followed my podcast awhile that sounds totally up my alley right.

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