Running a temperature, shivery, got a fever, we’ve all experienced this at one time or another. Our bodies use fevers to deal with intruders such as viruses or bacteria. While following the MIR-Method, it’s possible for you to suddenly have a fever during the first few weeks. That’s super! I’ll explain why below.
Don’t disturb work in progress!
There is a gray lobe in our brains, the Hypothalamus. When your body wants to deal with an intruder, the Hypothalamus gives the signal to create a fever by turning up your body’s thermostat. The higher temperature causes chemical processes in your body to speed up; resulting in a more rapid recovery of tissues and affected cells. Moreover, your heart starts to pump more rapidly, causing your blood to circulate faster. The cells of the immune system, which travel in your blood, arrive more quickly to where they need to attack the intruders. A wonderful system!
Never having a fever
Many people are proud of never having a fever. If you are happy with yourself and have good energy that is fantastic! Keep it that way!
However, many people never have a fever and are very tired. They run a risk! When your immune system doesn’t function well, viruses or bacteria invade your body but your body doesn’t deal with them effectively. Your immune system works really hard to find the pathogens but can’t work effectively. The result is chronic fatigue. Your body is working overtime, but not effectively. Your body is at an elevated state of preparedness but just can’t seem to tackle viruses or bacteria by “grilling” them with a high fever.
Running a temperature
In addition, there are people who run a small temperature for a long time. Doctors can’t find an infection and can’t explain the heightened temperature. I see it as the inability of your body to produce a good fever, which would take care of all pathogens in one fell swoop.
One of my clients came to my practice with Sarcoidosis. With this illness, many of the organs become inflamed at the same time. Strange! This client followed the MIR-Method and suddenly got a fever in the evening. Hooray! That was a good sign because it indicated that the immune system was working again.
The lack of a fever or running a temperature is caused by the Hypothalamus. For some reason its functioning becomes disturbed and can’t produce a high enough temperature. The reason for the disturbance may be anything, emotional, physical or energetic:
1. Emotional: The deep-rooted desire to be or to remain ill, see, for example, the article about secondary gain. The MIR-Method deals with this via step 3: Detach father. Detach mother, step 4: Clear meridians and step 7: Fulfill basic needs.
2. Physical: The Hypothalamus is out of balance through a disturbance in the hormone system. This can result from:
• a nutrient deficiency. Step 5: Supplement all shortages, deals with this.
• through toxins. Step 1: Optimize acidity and step 2: Detox all toxicity, deal with this.
• a disturbance in the hormone system. The balance between the hypothalamus, the thyroid and the thymus is restored and strengthens the efficiency of the immune system.
3. Energetic: Through a disturbance in chakra 6, which is located at your “third eye” the hypothalamus can become imbalanced. Step 8: Optimize Chakras and Auras can restore this balance.
Fever? Don’t do anything about it!
In short, if you follow the MIR-Method you will work hard on building a strong immune system and one of the results is that you may have a fever. What do you need to do? Be happy with the realization that your body is working hard! Your body will be very glad for you to drink a lot: drink water or lukewarm bullion (you will perspire a lot) and rest: sleep, sleep and sleep even more! You don’t help your body by taking medication to lower the fever! Keep medication for emergencies and only when your doctor thinks it is necessary!
Now I am curious! What about you? Are you experiencing long-term fatigue? When was the last time you had a good fever? I would love to hear from you!
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Wishing you a good health with lots of energy!
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