Gordons helper - Something that helps me

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Gordons helper - Something that helps me

Postby Gordon » Mon Nov 08, 2010 6:06 pm

One of the things I do after a long day is put on my frozen hat. That is right my frozen hat... I have a number of touques that I have seaked in water, squeezed out and then thrown in the freezer. At the end of the day, I often pull one out, let it thaw, and then wear it as I catch up with my personnel emails etc or watch a bit of Boston Legal.

It is a great releive for me and I think it is because it has an effect on some of the small veins that drain from the skull but who knows.

I also wrap a partly thawed linnen around my kneck loosely and this helps our as well.

Try it.
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Postby ozarkcanoer » Mon Nov 08, 2010 7:55 pm

Hi Gordon !!!

Good topic. I do several things to cool my head and they really help my fatigue and head pain :

1. Place solid ice packs on my head and neck. Sometimes I line up the ice packs on the floor and lay down so my spine and neck rest on them.

2. Eat popsickles and chipped ice.

3. Stick my head directly in the outflow from my air conditioner.

4. I have been known to fill a large dishpan with ice and water and stick my head right in. It feels great and I can think again.

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Postby Gordon » Mon Nov 08, 2010 8:43 pm

This really helps

The inside diameter of the veins increases and blood flows bettter Itis quite amazing. I am also climbing stairs.. very easy excersise if done slwly and no impact. Then I do the hold my breath and push down manuever, then lie down. I am going to combine the few together
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