I’ve been doing these dips for about various weeks now and notice a big difference in my energy level and my mood
Imagine seeing a guy in the sea holding an umbrella in the rain. Yep, that was myself and others a few weeks ago. Most people were in their flats resting in front of their gas furnace or fireplace trying to stay moderate while I was out in the pouring rain resting in honestly chilly sea water. I had my umbrella because I wear gloves and a moderate hat and don’t want them getting wet, hence the umbrella in the rain while in the sea. Makes perfect sense, right? I would love to be resting in front of my moderate space oil furnace and not bearing the chilly sea temps, but sometimes both of us have to subject the body to circumstances that are not so desirable to achieve some benefit from it. I get a big burst of energy from these chilly sea dids each day and it also helps my joints heal from their pains. I set my tepid water oil furnace thermostat to its highest setting so that when I come house from my dips I can take a nice tepid bath without running out of tepid water. I’ve been doing these dips for about various weeks now and notice a big difference in my energy level and my mood. I also care about to heat up my flat with the central oil furnace so that when I am done with my bath I still keep all of the body heat. I can be shivering for an hour after my chilly dips if I don’t take a tepid bath and heat up my flat. Maybe I’m just crazy.