CAUTION: This procedure presented in this video is NOT a cure for coronavirus! It has not yet been endorsed by any health authority. It should be ONLY be considered as one more layer of prevention IN ADDITION TO ALL OTHER PRECAUTIONS recommended by the CDC, WHO, or other health authorities – including hand washing, social distancing, coughing and sneezing into a sleeve, avoiding contact with others who display symptoms, getting tested for COVID-19 if fever and other respiratory symptoms develop, and seeking immediate medical advice if tested positive for COVID-19, or if symptoms persist or worsen. NOTE: Once the virus has migrated to the lungs, which may occur in up to 20% of patients within one to two weeks, the virus is too far from the external heat source to be substantially impacted by inhaling hot air. Benefits are likely to be highest when used for prevention and early treatment.
by Dan Lee Dimke PhD
1) To start the 5-Minute Hot Air Treatment turn the hairdryer to the lowest setting, then cup fingers over part of the air intake to slow the airflow and increase its output temperature.
2) With the other hand, use a wet cloth or a spray bottle filled with water to frequently moisten the facial surface around the nose and mouth. The flow of hot air causes the water to evaporate, keeping the face and nose cool while allowing the heat to penetrate deeply into the nose and sinuses. You will need to take slow, deep breaths through the nose, with mouth closed, for 5 minutes. When you exhale, turn the blow dryer aside in between breaths to minimize any discomfort. You want the warm air directed toward the face and nose only while inhaling. The goal is to raise the inside of the nose and sinuses to the coronavirus kill temperature of at least 56° C (133° F) during the entire treatment period. Only increase this heat of the hairdryer if you feel it is only warm not hot. BE CAREFUL!! TO HOT MAY CAUSE BURNS
3) Pause between heat applications for about one hour. Allow time for the natural movement of the mucus layer within the sinuses to reposition any potentially shielded virus to a more exposed location where it can be heated and destroyed.
4) After the cooling period, begin another 5-minute hot air treatment. If no symptoms have appeared, two heating cycles per day should be sufficient for prevention. However, if symptoms have already developed, three to five of these alternating heating/cooling cycles per day are recommended, until symptoms disappear.
After viewing this video, if you elect to try this procedure yourself, remember to follow all procedures exactly as presented, using only the suggested heat sources. (Steam is NOT one of them). DO NOT use excessive levels of heat that cause ANY level of discomfort. DO NOT use older (pre-1990) external heat devices that are not equipped with a 2-button, Ground-Fault Interrupt Circuit on the wall plug – designed to prevent electric shock. Spray with distilled or previously-boiled water at room temperature whenever possible. Follow ALL manufacturer-recommended precautions for sauna use and begin with only 3 to 5-minute sessions. Increase gradually. Avoid sauna use entirely, if you are consuming alcohol, or have a fever or high blood pressure. And, consult your doctor, before using a sauna, if you are being treated for any medical condition or currently taking prescription medications. Safety first!
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Dan Lee Dimke is the author of more than 100 books and audiocassette programs on education, business, accelerated learning, and personal mastery. In 1984, he published one of the first effective treatments for the Common Cold, following medical literature research the previous year in which he personally read every medical journal article printed in the last 25 years on colds in humans, at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Research Library in Dallas. His drug-free ColdArrest(TM) Procedure is now in use in over 40 countries. Dimke’s life illustrates some of the possibilities of unleashed human potential. He became one of the world’s youngest lecturing astronomers, at a 6-telescope observatory, at the age of 10, one of the world’s youngest hypnotists at the age of 11, and the church organist at the age of 12. At 14, he started his publishing career. He was able to work his way through a private college by teaching his own system of accelerated learning techniques to fellow students. He was invited to begin teaching in colleges in Washington State as a paid faculty member on four different campuses at the age of 17. At 20 he developed one of the first rapid reading systems for Oriental Languages during his work in the Far East. Dimke speaks and reads five human languages, four computer languages and slices through information at up to 25,000 words per minute. Dr. Dimke holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of the State of New York, a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, and a Ph.D. in Education from Southwest University with specializations in learning enhancement and psycho-linguistics.
Do Your Part To Stay Healthy
So wash your hands.
I mean really wash your hand.
Hum “Happy Birthday” two times or “ABC’s” once. This should be around 30 seconds.
Sneeze and cough into your elbow if you can’t get to tissue in time.
STOP TOUCHING YOUR FACE!
Keep your hands away from your mouth, nose, and eyes to help minimize entry points.
Try and minimize your exposure by staying out of crowds.
And Self Quarantine if you get sick.
Eat healthy foods: Good quality fats, protein, and 1lb of non-starchy carbohydrates.
Get plenty of sleep.
Stay Away from gyms for now. Use online streaming services, find workouts on Youtube, run around and play with your kids or do as I do, dance. I just turn on music that takes me back to the “club” and I dance around like I did back in the day. It doesn’t matter just get your heart rate up for about 15 minutes.
Drink plenty of good clean water, about 100oz with 1/4teaspoon of Himalayan salt.
I hope this information helps you during this time of uncertainty.