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Post  goten574 on Mon Jun 14, 2010 9:38 am

According to a digital thermometer I have, my body temperature is in the mid 35's (Degree C) which I hear is a degree and a half less than what it should be. I have taken temperature for the last 3 days by placing the thermometer under my tounge and also under my armpit during different times of the day. Temperature is always around the mid 35's, should I be concerned? Or is it normal for some people to have lower body temperatures? It was once 36.5 C (armpit)

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Re: Body temperature always in mid 35's (95 F)

Post  Warren on Mon Jun 14, 2010 10:39 am

Yes you should be very concerned. Low body temperature is usually a sign of a chronic health problem. Average body temperature is above 36. When your body temperature is low, apparently enzymes do not function properly and your body break down.

Some people will argue the above points, even saying that normal could be in the 35's for different people. I disagreed. When I first noticed my body temperature low I told it to many people and some doctors even said it could be normal. However, when I started fasting I noticed my temperature shoot up to 37 and everything healthwise seemed to get better.


goten574 wrote:According to a digital thermometer I have, my body temperature is in the mid 35's (Degree C) which I hear is a degree and a half less than what it should be. I have taken temperature for the last 3 days by placing the thermometer under my tounge and also under my armpit during different times of the day. Temperature is always around the mid 35's, should I be concerned? Or is it normal for some people to have lower body temperatures? It was once 36.5 C (armpit)

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Mon Jun 14, 2010 10:59 am

goten574 - If you've tried iodine and that hasn't changed things after a while, you might try armour thyroid as well.

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Post  goten574 on Tue Jun 15, 2010 5:24 am

CausticSymmetry wrote:goten574 - If you've tried iodine and that hasn't changed things after a while, you might try armour thyroid as well.

All I have here is SSKI which I cannot use for too long so I don't use it much. If I purchase Iosol (iodine) and use it with SSKI (iodide) is this the complete thyroid package? (excluding companion nutrients)

I looked up the symptoms of hypothyroidism and I one of them is increased sweating which I've recently noticed. Could I be hypo?

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Post  goten574 on Tue Jun 15, 2010 5:31 am

Continuing from my previous message...

Increased sweating is usually related to hyperthyroidism but wikipedia says it can relate to hypothyroidism too?

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Post  LA-Night on Tue Jun 15, 2010 6:03 am

goten574 wrote:Continuing from my previous message...

Increased sweating is usually related to hyperthyroidism but wikipedia says it can relate to hypothyroidism too?

Yeah, my body is usually hotter than average. It was worse when I was on fin but it's stabilized since I dropped the drug.

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Post  goten574 on Thu Jun 17, 2010 9:54 am

I really dislike it when people say something and then never read my reply, or reply back... how frustrating!

Warren, what do you suggest I do?

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Thu Jun 17, 2010 9:58 am

goten574 - Increased sweating is an expected side-effect of iodine supplementation initially. It will subside.

Make sure you're taking plenty of vitamin C with your SSKI, because this is not the normal route to go. It does help that you're taking additional iodine though.

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Re: Body temperature always in mid 35's (95 F)

Post  Warren on Thu Jun 17, 2010 1:44 pm

goten574,

Sorry I have no idea. I have tried Lugol's, Iosol, Iodoral, and gorging on seaweed and none of those things has helped my temperature. Albeit iodine has helped some people on this board.

I can't even change my own temperature other than fasting; which could mean a million things including diet. I also sweat a night but noticed today that I don't sweat if I fasted the day before.

Many of these symptoms could be a result of hypo- or hyper-thyroidism. Not to mention adrenal issues and God knows what else. We're all just speculating around here. I don't put much faith in diagnosing the issue anymore as I have seen my list of symptoms in too many places. My strategy these days is just to be as methodical as possible while guessing and testing. I am grateful that my temperature is low as it gives me something I can measure every day to see whether my experiments are working. Whereas before I realized my temperature was low, I was just operating in the dark.

goten574 wrote:I really dislike it when people say something and then never read my reply, or reply back... how frustrating!

Warren, what do you suggest I do?

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Post  goten574 on Fri Jun 18, 2010 6:08 am

OK, thanks all.

CS, I stopped taking SSKI after a few days of heavy use. I take a few drops every now and then but I've found a UK link for Lugol's so I will be starting that soon.

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Post  LA-Night on Fri Jun 18, 2010 6:17 am

goten574 wrote:I really dislike it when people say something and then never read my reply, or reply back... how frustrating!

Warren, what do you suggest I do?

Dude, relax.

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Post  albe on Fri Jun 18, 2010 6:27 am

I've been reading a lot of anecdotes concerning hypothyroidism and Adrenal fatigue recovery in the last couple days. You should probably take precautions for both, since the two seem to be tied together in most cases.

First I would clean up your diet, and do a metal detox. Following that go on high dose iodine, selenium, vitamin C (3g, 3x per day), and brewer's yeast. You might need to stick to this for a year or more. From what I've read it takes about 6 months for the vitamin C and B to replenish your adrenal reserves, and then hypothyroid will resolve itself after that.

For most people this protocol seems to be enough to sort out their Hypo and AF issues.

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Post  albe on Fri Jun 18, 2010 6:29 am

Also sodium levels tend to be low in those with adrenal fatigue, so a lot of the recovery stories I read involved adding himilayan/sea salt to food.

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Post  DBAL on Fri Jun 18, 2010 9:08 am

hey albe. from what i gather iodine can cause havoc if the adrenals aren't right. Which is frustrating for me as i have AF and very low body temp, and im sure iodine will be a great addition to my regimen.

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Fri Jun 18, 2010 9:12 am

If iodine isn't enough, some may need to consider armour thyroid.

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Post  albe on Fri Jun 18, 2010 9:21 am

DBAL wrote:hey albe. from what i gather iodine can cause havoc if the adrenals aren't right. Which is frustrating for me as i have AF and very low body temp, and im sure iodine will be a great addition to my regimen.
Where have you read that about iodine? I've read that dessicated thyroid or armour can exacerbate AF, but nothing about iodine exacerbating AF. In fact I read one story on curezone earlier where somebody treated both AF and hypothyroid at the same time, with iodine as one of their supplements, and fixed their problems.

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Post  DBAL on Fri Jun 18, 2010 9:42 am

there is quite a bit of talk about it on curezone (as well as here in fact - have a look at paradox's posts). If you google AF and iodine you will find quite a bit of info. Apparently, the adrenals needed to be supported first before addressing the thyroid.

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mine is 35.7

Post  RobHealthMan on Fri Jun 18, 2010 12:10 pm

hi warren, CS and others..

please elaborate more.

my body temp recently seems to be 35.7c always...

what does this mean?

thanks!

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Post  goten574 on Sat Jun 19, 2010 2:06 pm

Correct me if I am wrong but iodine doesn't affect the adrenals, that's what Tin (Sn) is for?

My body temperature is always in the mid/high 35's but I am planning to start Lugol's soon to see if that helps.

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Post  RobHealthMan on Tue Sep 14, 2010 7:14 pm

CausticSymmetry wrote:If iodine isn't enough, some may need to consider armour thyroid.

hi CS,

Is armour thyroid dangerous? how should we approach this?

i been taking iosol and lugol's now for many months. my basal is still 35.1 - 36.0 celcius.

my hair is still thinning.

Is armour thyroid the next step?

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Re: Body temperature always in mid 35's (95 F)

Post  empty on Wed Sep 15, 2010 4:52 am

Before trying to self-medicate based on internet advice, try the following:

1. Get a second and third thermometer and repeat the tests. Your original post indicates that you only used a single thermometer to measure your temperature. If I'm not mistaken, tools like these can be incorrect. See if the readings are consistent between other thermometers.

2. If you think you have health issues, go to your doctor, if this is possible.

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Post  darth_vader on Sun Oct 28, 2012 12:17 am

Warren wrote:Yes you should be very concerned. Low body temperature is usually a sign of a chronic health problem. Average body temperature is above 36. When your body temperature is low, apparently enzymes do not function properly and your body break down.

Some people will argue the above points, even saying that normal could be in the 35's for different people. I disagreed. When I first noticed my body temperature low I told it to many people and some doctors even said it could be normal. However, when I started fasting I noticed my temperature shoot up to 37 and everything healthwise seemed to get better.


goten574 wrote:According to a digital thermometer I have, my body temperature is in the mid 35's (Degree C) which I hear is a degree and a half less than what it should be. I have taken temperature for the last 3 days by placing the thermometer under my tounge and also under my armpit during different times of the day. Temperature is always around the mid 35's, should I be concerned? Or is it normal for some people to have lower body temperatures? It was once 36.5 C (armpit)

Thanks in advance

first of all who are you to disagree with doctors (not that they ever right) I've been with an average 35.7 my whole life, and every check up I've done everything is perfect, nothing detoriating, so stop making other paranoid, and if you want to worry, then go ahead worry and take more drugs for it.

As to the original post, please see a doctor, do a regular check up, and if everything is fine (all basic functions) and you feel fine, you got nothing to worry about. Stay away from drugs as much as possible and don't feed on people's paranoia's, see a doctor or a natural path better yet

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