Wim Hof recently participated in a research study in Detroit while being exposed to cold water. The research has already been published in a peer-reviewed (i.e. “proper) scientific journal called NeuroImage. Dina had the pleasure to interview Otto Muzik and Vaibhav Diwadkar, the scientists who conducted the study (you can listen to this interview in SOTR Episode #11), but a number of listeners chimed in and told us that they felt a little overwhelmed by the scientific terms and explanations provided there.
In the latest episode, Dina and Matthias share their conversation about the Detroit study where they address many of the questions they received in lay-man terms.
What has actually been studied? What were the results and why were these findings so surprising? Which conclusions can we draw from the study, and which interpretations are too far-fetched? We hope you will enjoy this conversation as much as we did, and find it helpful in creating a well-rounded picture of this interesting new piece of research elucidating the health-boosting effects of the WHM.
At the beginning of this episode, we also introduce the HUSO Sound Therapy System.
Are you aware that sound can actually heal because specific frequencies are able to influence the function of your body cells?
We always interested in techniques that can amplify the effects of the Wim Hof Method. When we heard Dave Asprey talk to Larry Doochin, the CEO, about the HUSO system on his podcast ‘Bulletproof Radio’ we figured that this might be a valuable tool to increase the benefits of the WHM.
Please get more info about the episode here.
You can watch Dave Asprey experiencing the HUSO system here.
We got in touch with Larry Doochin who kindly sent us one HUSO system for testing at home. We tried HUSO for a couple of weeks, and are excited about the calming and relaxing effects of this specific sound therapy system. AND… it’s an incredible experience when you listen to these sounds that are based on human voices while you are doing your breathing techniques!
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