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    With Cold bath you can allow some additional food.
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    Hamsen posted:
    Hello,
    good to learn. I try cold water baths. It took two weeks to get used to it. The temperature is around 10° C. I start from feet and go gradually up. First few days i felt sleepy and tired after the bath. Now I low it so much.
    The weight loss is about 3 Kg per month.
    I can satisfy my hunger a bit better because loose them in the cold bath. Now gradually lost the lingering hunger save week-ends. Week-ends festive mood activates the festive corner in the brain. Does not matter. the cold bath next day five minutes more. it is a big nice fun once you get it.
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