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The Daily Echo: Cold Shower Everyday… May 12, 2021

May 12, 2021
This Bitesize clip is from episode 127 of the podcast with Wim Hof aka The Iceman. Wim believes taking a cold shower each morning can lessen stress and anxiety as well as regulate your mood whilst also giving other important health benefits Wim has been described as a ‘trailblazer for human potential’ and a ‘modern legend’. He has performed incredible feats such as withstanding extreme temperatures and climbing Kilimanjaro wearing only a pair of shorts. Wim believes that the cold is powerful and that taking a cold shower each morning can tackle cardiovascular related diseases, depression and stress. He explains the best method for taking a cold shower and how to get started. Wim believes the benefits far outweigh the investment and that by embracing the cold you can boost your energy, find inner peace and take on any day. (*As we discuss and as Wim makes clear in all his work, please follow his instructions carefully in order to carry out his techniques safely. It’s powerful stuff!) Subscribe to this channel:… Watch the full Feel Better Live More podcast episode: #127 Wim Hof: How To Use Cold Showers To Take Control Of Your Mind And Body @wim hof #wimhof #wimhofmethod #feelbetterlivemorepodcast Feel Great Lose Weight is now available in the UK 2W6bsOE and in the US & Canada Dr Chatterjee’s book Feel Better in 5 is out now in the UK and in the US and Canada Order Dr Chatterjee’s book The Stress Solution Find Dr Chatterjee’s 4 Pillars of Health in The 4 Pillar Plan available via 2yGfpuB The US version, How to Make Disease Disappear is available via 2Gj1YEL Listen to all previous podcast episodes on or via these podcast platforms by searching for ‘Feel Better, Live More’. Apple Podcasts –… Acast – Stitcher –… Spotify –… Follow Dr Chatterjee at: Website: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Find out more about Wim Hof: Website: YouTube: DISCLAIMER: The content in the podcast and on this webpage is not intended to constitute or be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard on the podcast or on my website.

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