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Drug-induced hyperthermia

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Drug-induced fever is a symptom of an adverse drug reaction wherein the administration of drugs intended to help a patient causes a hypermetabolic state  ...

3 Ways to Induce a Fever - wikiHow

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Jul 6, 2016 ... How to Induce a Fever. Fevers are part of the human body's natural defences. An increased body temperature can help destroy invading ...

human biology - Should we induce fever to assist healing? - Biology ...

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Mar 27, 2015 ... So now for my question: Could it be beneficial to artificially induce fever in a person who has an illness if they are not already experiencing ...

The Artificial Fever | Get Well Stay Well At Home

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Mar 15, 2012 ... What is it? Well, it is inducing extra body heat artificially (with a hot bath). The Artificial Fever helps the body burn up microbes, particularly of ...

Fever Therapy | Rudolf Steiner Health Center

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There are many ways to induce fever. Some doctors use certain vaccines (like BCG) or drugs to create artificial fever. Personally, I prefer a more natural ...

Fever Therapy: Restoring Regulatory Mechanisms - A Powerful ...

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An Overview by Ilse Marie Issels. Fever therapy, or pyretotherapy, is the induction of fever under clinical conditions for therapeutical purposes. Clinical research ...

Could Inducing Mild 'Fever' Help Depression? - WebMD

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MONDAY, May 16, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Temporarily raising the body temperature of people who are depressed seems to ease symptoms for up to six  ...

Alkalize For Health - Hyperthermia Helps Prevent and Remove ...

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The usual method of inducing fever is the so-called Schlenzbath.43 The patient is totally immersed in a large bathtub filled with water between 100-102 degrees ...

Some Like it Hot: Sick House Flies Purposely Induce a Fever ...

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Apr 30, 2013 ... Fevers are thoroughly unpleasant and usually accompanied by other troublesome physical symptoms. Even so, they are often a good sign that ...

How to Take a Fever Bath to Hasten Healing | The Healthy Home ...

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In fact, when an illness doesn't produce a fever, it can be beneficial to induce one artificially, a process known as fever bath or fever therapy. Unfortunately, far ...

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Cure the common cold and flu Using Voluntary 102° F Fevers.

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At the first sign that you are catching a flu, heat your whole body temperature up to a mild fever, 102.0° F, by any means readily available. Use an oral fever ...

High Body Temperature Therapy - Budwig Center

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Apr 27, 2015 ... Fever has long been a misunderstood and mistreated symptom. ... There are several other methods used to induce hyperthermia, such as ...

Could I give myself a fever on purpose? - Straight Dope Message Board

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Also, while exercise can raise your internal temperature, it should not .... Basically , I'm wondering if doctors could induce a harmless fever to ...