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Sunday, April 16, 2017

How To Use Simple Machines To Get Better Control Of Your Herbs or OTC's (As With CFS) Or If You Want To Improve Any Complex Situation

 One problem about taking supplements like soy flour, ribose, or other boosters is about timing. You want to think of food as food and medicine as medicine. Otherwise you may gain weight when you take your medicine as needed yet it has calories or even fat. Another problem is about taking some herbs only once a week. And what about reading the comic book or encyclopedia or remembering to practice music and to unplug the phone to limit the AAA yet allow your wife to call you a horsepower?
You may read about why behaviour apps like for weight control don't work. In research the poor millionaire asks for money by the bus and the strangers give twice as much money to the beggar earns more when they add the words, "but you can accept or say no if you want". The apps don't seem to work because you have to fit its agenda by changes more when it says you must eat or not eat.
You may have tried a schedule with like a calendar in the old days like I did, this failed for me, the reason would seem to be because, all day we are constantly changing, for example your blood pressure in your arms or legs is changing all day. Think of this like a budget in life; sometimes you can afford to buy somethings sometimes other. Often you are limited by other events. If you allow a more flexible schedule where you do what you want because you like more of what when you are richer, this gives you more life and celebration., you opt in or out, and if you miss it you find it on the next go round, the event isn't just absent because you opted out sometimes, this is what tracfones were made for millions of auroras.
A confined schedule would seem to fail. So instead I use my tracfone calendar (not the alarm which has a limited list) to suggest all day what to do. I use the simpler alarm beep which also lets me have it my way, if Aunt Betsy has 257 stations, so be it! This is good for like soy flour (combining like with no fat milk for flavor cancellation, bread, or even decaf coffee, my decaf coffee table I see often at high decaf speed! works for other herbs also). I have a whole list of supplements like foods I paid for but couldn't remember to take, soy flour, decaf coffee (soy and decaf coffee both combined are a feel good combination. I was searching for a time release method to feel good all day by this like put the herb in my ear with the earstop since like 75% of herbs are skin permeable, how to put coffee in my ear, right! The timer lets me schedule for many times a day, solving the problem.). One thing about some OTC's like Avemar is you aren't supposed to take it within two hours on either side due to possible interaction like e.g. vitamin C. The calendar solves this and makes it so the risk of other interactions is reduced as you take the herbs at other hours. You can list herbs that goeswith for value here also. With the calendar you can schedule different days of the week and remember important events, and you can take any day or month off off just by turning off the phone. (This hour of rest is often recommended for most herbs and supplements for cleansing). And if you have interactions like say allergies, you can go back and find the cause, then either remove or change the time and so on.
You can get a tracfone for like 10 like my LG501c that is dropproof, and to keep the alarm always on or off I just keep the phone plugged in the charger since this keeps from wearing out the battery, and I even record some of my favorite songs as I'm a musician to the alarm, my hits and bowl of Chocolate are what I type on my answering machine! The LG501c is separate from the Android so it doesn't have web distraction so reduced risk of crash which can harm eye health and web overuse may cause something like autism. You may want to use a timer box ("Kitchen Safe") to solve this, and for other use as I say here, or click link at the end of this memo also. I can imagine using the timer box combined with the other methods to lose weight or change other behaviour also.
My goal was how to find out how to use something like an app to change behaviour. This flexible timer method is for general use and then you use the other machine or activities as you like. Like with the invention of writing in ancient times or the Comedy machine, I think of the timer method is an extension of knowledge. Who can remember all the things to do otherwise, I'd rather be energised remembering whey is Velveeta when I moved to Ohio!
As I say on the link, beyond this you can go in loops with your machine, sort of like when you go to sleep by first a stimulus, then you zonk a bit, the stimulus, more zonk in the loop as you pass out. So too by using a machine like My Comedy Machine it's like hypnosis, you get deeper and deeper in. Even so I see no reason why using these machines couldn't be a way to change any behaviour you might want to improve. Research shows that depressed people have trouble reading a list of all the good things in life, so we may say conversely that lists the right words might perhaps improve depression, and so I believe even reading or memorizing a list of the right words may have value for weight control, sports triumphs, or other forms of achievement in life. Research shows that like memory tricks are good for memory visualization methods really do work. And these other types of machines are highly useful for solving any kind of problem either for reference as I say here about using an AZ indx plus a subindex for real fast access no cost method that will never melt down, and low cost or for more creative methods like Comedy with the Machine to help you find the best comedy to solve this or that problem faster. You can make your alarm interactive by using letters for the first of each word like acronyms to learn anything you want all the time. The limit of the field area is view where you list the "alarm name" is useful because you can use the next alarm down and list the letters to make a simple exercise by alternate reading of the letters and words so you know you know, and are forced to remember with a sort of interactive power reading museum of the year 2050! And you can make comic words out of the acronyms to remember well. 
Here's the Link To The Comedy Machine (How I built My Own Comedy Machine, and Saved!)

Monday, February 13, 2017

Why Avemar With Meratrim May Be A CFS Cure

Disclaimer, This site is for Information Only And Is Not Intended To Prevent, Treat, or Diagnose Any Condition or Event. Use of This Site is At The Risk of The Reader, and is not A Substitute for A Doctor's Care. Here I speak only from my own Perspective and these methods may not work for individuals since all health situations are special as they are unique.

    The odds of anyone getting cancer are now 2 out of 3. This means as I did if you have CFS you may have what seems to be a project on stress ahead. Can you imagine how I felt at first when I found out I had both? I'd had CFS for about 10 years and then skin cancer. It may seem incredible but I've survived and am thriving because not only is there a way to control 97% of the symptoms cheaply and with ease of CFS, cancer is often curable by the same method...

  The way out, the way up, may be Avemar.. the Nobel proze winning powdered beer brew, essentially a small loaf of bread carbs, a small tablet that's wonderous, beauteous for cancer, yes there is such a word as wonderous, it's beautious, my mom the English professor and journalist says she hopes it's so..

 Avemar as I'm taking it, about 45 dollars a month is a powerful powerful immune booster and modulator. It's believed by many the cause of CFS is the Herpes HHV6 virus, and Avemar goes deep down to cleanse out the virus. Untreated CFS has 10,000 times the viral load they find in research, in addition to HHV6 there are about 20 or 30 viruses in the muscles PWC's can't feel, but they are there. If anyone pays 45 for junk TV shows would anyone pay this much to both cleanse out all this junk and cure the cancer too?

 As you may know your body only is able to stop cancer by constantly cleaning out all these threats, they lurk hiding pretending to be do gooders to your immune system, so they get by under the radar.
  Avemar does a deep, deep cleanse, it's advertised to completely repair even a severely damaged immune system.
While in the US Avemar costs 60 per tablet or 45$ a month for the 2 and 1/2 tablet dose I'm taking currently, in Hungary where it was invented it's subsidized and all Hungarians can get Avemar for just 3$ a month or so. Avemar is believed to be of real worth for a long list of improvements in health and has been well researched.   

 Before Avemar, I was taking Activive from a company called Hello Life. Activive is great for CFS, it was like night and day, it reverses 97% of the symptoms and the enzyme deficiency, almost all the pain, the neural symptoms are also much improved like 97% improved etc, etc. It has no side effects and isn't edgy, other than somewhat if I sometimes miss a dose. But why am I talking about Activive with my click and spel left, if Avemar seems the solution for me? 

  First you may want to know it's an option, e.g. if you can't take Avemar if you had blood sugar issues (Avemar like powdered beer has a lot of carbs) or because of cost perhaps.

 More important may be because it works really fast, the first day.. I was so greatful!!!!! I'm just great! Merely Amazing me..

And Avemar may be uncomfortable while you wait for the Avemar to solve the CFS so you may find more continuous relief while you wait.

As in, it often takes months of pain for some OTC's or perscriptions to work, I couldn't stand the thought of anyone feeling the CFS way for a day, I know what it felt like, and if I can spare you three or four months of CFS agony till the Avemar might be a cure, than you may like me and Activive in the short term till the cure might be in reach for you with Avemar.


Avemar is essentially, powdered German beer. It costs 180 for 300 tablets. The patent may not expire for years and it's just beer or bread as they say on a site like Denver Naturopathic. 

 The site says that this kind of bread, artisinal bread presumably has much of the value of Avemar if you merely bake your own bread by the recipe they give from their long experience in the bread booze biz, how to booze on slices of foam! Bread is much like beer, it has the same bacteria used to make each. At first I thought I'd have to make beer and other sites said that if my pot belly isn't a microbrew like what's his name the Ohio Jesus who had the yeast in his gi that always turned the water he would drink to beer not wine! The problem with brewing my own beer was that other sites I read in more depth seemed to say you have to get the brew just right of the beer or it's just a batch of vinegar, and this to spend all the money on a beer brewing machine and then perhaps to have it fail was enough for me to first try the Avemar to see if it even works, and yes it does. No side effects other than lots more energy and removed blemishes etc. after several months. I'm hoping to brew my own Avemar bread and then just supplement with Avemar I buy, this is in case the bread has no value for some reason, better safe than sorry, you know, it's always the second mouse that gets the cheeze, life is just this whey!

Here's the link to the site with Avemar recipe or see link at the bottom of the page;


 At first I thought I couldn't take a higher dose (2 tabs PM 1/2 AM so no wooziness by the carbs all day if this may be possible. It definitely doesn't work as well at low doses, this 2 1/2 tabs is 1/4 the recommended dose, or 300 tabs a month for 180$)

I would get woozy from sugar before, so I use a weightloss formula called Meratrim to counteract the blood sugar issues and lose weight to boot!

More The Meratrim; ABOUT MERATRIM

It counteracts the two hunger hormones discovered in the late 2000's leptin and gherlin. Leptin, like greek "leptos" or light controls hunger, and ghelin controls satisfaction after you eat, actually it seems to moderate both. Like Avemar it profoundly influences glucose, this is one of the main ways Avemar is so powerful against cancer since cancer cells use 6 times more glucose than other cells. Indeed, like Avemar, Meratrim is a fitness and cognative booster in essence, and neither have edginess. And like Avemar, Meratrim is strongly anticancer, removing 80 to 100% of cancer cells in vitro.

One good reason it seems Meratrim is in reach for me is because as I say, Activive is not involved with chemical sensitivity like MCSS, and Meritrim has only two ingredients. They researched out of 10s of thousands of herbs that convert fat to muscle and improve hunger and so Meratrim has only two ingredients, Mangosteen and a herb called sphearanthus indicus, indian thistle. In the old days I wasn't much interested in multiherb formulas, and my common sense is aware here of the value of only two ingredients in Meritrim. You can buy it from Swanson online, a discount brand I've trusted for more than 15 years of experience. (Amazon may be unsafe for herbs, counterfeits by third world and shady operators abound). 
 If you have cancer and CFS even so you may not want to take Meritrim since more than half of cancer deaths are by starvation as the cancer uses up most of the energy your healthy cells would be getting.

Another way I use to save more on OTC's etc. is to take ginger which increases the absorption of any OTC you take by mouth. I'm in hopes I can get by with reduced cost of any other herbs I take. One problem is that ginger itself is rather expensive. So I take pepper with the ginger which boosts the absorption of the ginger itself 100's or 1000s of times. Absorption of absorption of absorption...Ginger causes low blood sugar, but Meratrim seems to counteract this also. I've had low blood sugar wooziness after sugar but this was only when I was also taking 4 or 5 other herbs that each cause this by necessity in the old days.

 Avemar seems superior to Activive in general even with Activive's super anti CFS power because even if Activive is of real value and has no negative symptoms you can feel, it's complex while Avemar is simpler. In other words there would seem to be longer term risks of side effects possible with Activive, and on the insert they say it has all these great powers for anyone who's tired not just PWCs it also says just the one word "for temporary relief", (I don't have CountRight!). Even so it doesn't say for temporary use only, and I've used Activive for seven years with no side effects I can find other than mild edginess if I miss the dose. But Avemar may go deeper in to stop HHV6 which is well known to cause fatigue, 99% have HHV6 and it is believed it lurks until some stress or other burden then makes it able to cause CFS. 

 Also there is the problem that even if Activive is real good for CFS, if the Activive company Hello Life goes out of business and while businesses have life ever lasting "by some accounts!" then when the Activive runs out the CFS pain and confusion may return. Activive as I was able to afford it was when I took about 3 drops AM and PM and one bottle for 35 or so would last about 3 months. But it may not be simple or a cure or a way to save as much "bread" as Avemar...I can't afford a lifetime supply of Activive, it would cost thousands, so perhaps Avemar is better in the long run. I don't yet know Avemar is a cure, even so I'm already able to cut down on my Activive costs 3/4 with ease after 6 months of Avemar.


Avemar, for me at any rate, is a powerful way to defend against both cancer and CFS and all kinds of other pathogens. It may be a cure for both or for me, this may not work for you.

In the time until the Avemar takes hold against the CFS and cancer if you have both or don't want the risk, Activive may be of worth for healthy energy in just a day or so; 

Avemar has blood sugar wooziness and is expensive. You may want to make your own Avemar bread as on the simple recipe on the Denver Naturopathic site;another way to save may be to absorb more with ginger, or even pepper with ginger to boost absorption.

To counteract the wooziness I use Meratrim (though this may not be for just anyone).

For the Avemar site how to make your own Avemar bread, Click Here http://www.denvernaturopathic.com/poolishwheatgermbread.htm

Saturday, March 5, 2016

 "COMFORT IN MIND" Solves More Math!

A Simple, Cheap Easier Way to Hydrate!

I believe the reason most like cool water is because we lived in the tropics for millions of years before fire, so cool water had reduced germs and this helped survival more often.

  If hydration is comfortable, it's easy, I care a lot if the lawn is an ocean around my RV!

Most people are dehydrated some of the time, it has health and cosmetological value to get your 6 to 8 jugs of hydration each day. (more About Hydration Dehydration further on my site). I believe comfort is the main limitation  that limits most from achieving the right level of healthy hydration they often seek. Hydration is simple and easy by this method I use; 

  Here's how; 

What You'll need; a small bowl, your refrigerator, a water bottle, duct tape, and bit of insulation to shield your where you're in a heat wave of celebration in outward cosmic radiance!

 1.The bottle; like 15 inches by 3. A discount store water bottle is well, yet you may like using an non BPHA (poisoned, commonly sold ) bottle because you may like using it more by this method; 

 2. Bubble wrap or other insulation. tape. Amazon ships this my way at low cost, I have 20 road machines worth outside on my lawn! Wrap insulation around the bottle. I use duct tape to seal it with some untaped area to have the real oof and ahh of foam in control! The insulation makes it easy to handle and totally pain proof, a real issue with some other hydration methods.. Insulate around the base and higher up the sides, however high you  know how to hold or how to fold or be no poet meritorious out W.   

 3. Be sure to save your lid and have lids on hand, those lids are often of worth to reduce floods and world warming CO2 causes!

 4. Fill your bottle about half way with water, you can use a taped fill line, or just mark and embalm it with transparent heavy tape so no smudges. 

5. Bowl. Tilt the bottle at an angle in your freezer by propping it up on say a bowl and this makes it so you can access it after the water is frozen. Leave the level fill line so it leaves the lid zone unfrozen.  Note that this won't damage your water bottle much if horizontal more since the bottle isn't filled up. This takes just a few minutes not hours like in the refrigerator. This is important since waiting hours in no fun, you only live twice.

6. Once the ice is frozen enough, you're ready to drink, as designated by AAA and AA, just pour liquid water from the faucet in the jug with ice inside.

Just by turning the jug over with the ice not level makes it so you control the temperature! You can reuse it often with the ice chunk and more hydration.

7.  Fill the jug all the way if you like, or like with a usual bottle using tap water helps control the temperature just some. 

8. You can store  this method in the refrigerator if you haven't used the ice yet, and not much of the water will freeze or not much of the ice will thaw.


About Hydration

  Dehydration can be dangerous. Some signs of dehydration are dry mouth and dry eyes.. People are often dehydrated. Why? Because if like me they don't  go in much for ice water, it's clammy, the ice tray is yuck-and ice water is so way cool..!  I believe people may be dehydrated because like doctors in the Air Conditioning it's uncomfortable to wash hands not because they wouldn't if it was moreso.

 I mention the hydration method here because this is a general CFS site, and because dehydration is common in general and you can also be dehydrated without knowing it's a risk. And because this method is so cheap and simple and so satisfying relative to other methods of hydration, I'm sure I'll use it the rest of my life, like 300 years!

Here are some  advantages; 

 There is No Cost, There are No Expensive Filters or Icemakers. This Method Takes up almost No Floor Space, Beautifies skin, helps Energy Etc...

 The ice doesn't damage your teeth, solid stuff otherwise can make small cracks in your teeth and widen them, damaging your tooth .And you never get the pain of ice on your hands or teeth.

And your water gets cool fast when you add it since the surface area of the ice has more volume than audio. It tastes much fresher and more clean to me, and it has low cost. To me water flavor out of the faucet always seemed stale or it's too hot. It was never with ozone or seemed comfortable as I'd like.... It kills germs, presumably better for dental and general health. Science finds most illness enters the body through the breath or the mouth.

 I recommend using two of these engineered marvels, so you always have one on hand, I like the flavor in powdered heat wave formulas, always ready and I find it worthwhile, hope you are rich in vitamin G also..

Thursday, March 3, 2016


Please Read And Understand My Disclaimer.  You Use This Site at Your Own Risk. Always Consult A Professional Before Making Any Changes In Diet Or Lifestyle

100% of People With CFS (PWC'S) show dramatic improvement with the Amazon herb Una De Gato (UDG.) (From the Herbs for Lyme site). Activive improves 97% of the symptoms of CFS, first I want to discuss Una De Gato, more on this page about Activive in a bit.

All Cat's Claw is not equal. The two types are distinct in that TOA is at the least with neural type symptoms. While as on the Herbs for Lyme site it helps a great deal and is also on the other hand is unsafe and uncomfortable to adjust UDG too fast, another problem with TOA for me at any rate was edginess even at constant dose, like moderate depression without being hyper or tired. So I went on to try POA UDG, the kind recommended to be without this edginess (or e.g. weight gain. This won't happen for me next time, I highly recommend the Timer Box it has a lock to eliminate any extra eating even if stress related. Click here for more and where to buy, Where is Amazon the Washington rain forest of USA. Or see link at end of this post.). POA is considered "good" UDG and it's patented. Even so even with even dose, and though reduced from the TOA (I DON'T favor TOA) there was a sort of common lack of cheer, not even noticable at first glance, I didn't even notice after a few weeks or months, even so a definite lack of motivation, and as a comic I noticed decreased creativity here, my greater inspiration like for science or inventions seemed reduced, and so on. This was with the liquid POA, with the dropper you measure out each AM and PM.

   Finally I had some capsule POA also by Nutramedix on hand, due to using the UDG needed to boost my immunity ect for the strong anticancer power of POA UDG (it's stronger than chemotherapy but with fewer side effects). And POA in capsules I'd put 8 into the 12 oz glass jar with lid and water, and I pour the POA water into a smaller bottle up to about 1/4 inch, and it worked! No neural symptoms, enough energy, the blemishes much reduced, no discomfort. Improved health.

  TOA Cat's Claw is a CNS (neural) toxin, while POA of this type in caps poured into water has had reduced  neural symptoms for me, plenty of energy, and so on. Sensoril (withiana) also smooths out  Una De Gato, and other strain both by shielding neurons 87% and by boosting the number of  neurons created.

Days I might miss the dose time of the UDG are rare because I use two loud alarms, one for general changing gears for what's going on and then the second to zero in on the right hour second month and fuzzy sharp resolution. For other herbs I go general by the loud alarm, then by the atomic clock time of my cell phone for the other herb. This way if the power goes out, about half my herbs are constant, not all of them are edgy.

I make no promises here to the long term safety of Una De Gato, while it seems to show few signs of toxicity for a few weeks or months use, side effects beyond this is as yet unknown to science; if you opt to take even low doses of POA or TOA for your  CFS I certainly advise you to keep watch on new research about UDG, and you may want to read many monographs (like encyclopedias used to be, articles of peers to cohorts in their fields, or times of the more common uncommon sense of the internet). This is only a partial list of side effects for Una De Gato and is in no way intended to be used instead of care by a qualified health professional. Perhaps Activive is better overall than UDG, The decision is yours.

UDG dosing

I take far less than the recommended dose of UDG for my CFS solution, more is toxic to neural health, and this lower dose works quite well for CFS, higher doses might be of worth for like cancer or Lyme disease since it's more powerful than chemotherapy and less toxic and it also builds the immune boost of the boom box of March in the arena. UDG at higher doses is a CNS toxin, so while it may be helpful at high doses, safer more powerful alternatives may be available e.g. for cancer like the Nobel Prize winning Avemar, a powdered beer brew, that's even more powerful but without the neural toxicity at higher doses. For CFS, lower doses of UDG with Sensoril as below may be of most value.

One problem with Samento POA Cat's Claw (Una De Gato) is that if you dissolve it in liquid it settles to the base of the jug (not a jug band!) and since UDG needs a constant dose for safety and most comfort, I've used a powder method; I first get an 8 oz plastic wide mouth jug and put some salt or baking soda in it and run it through the washing machine to remove all the peanut butter by agitation if I must. Then I fill the jar half with something like flour in and then five cap of POA and then stir with a knife slowly and gradual and then add more flour to stir and not get much on my hand. Then I add the rest of the flour, seal tight and put this somewhat stirred jug of  rhythm in the washing machine and send it one cycle around and around Yell Here! and it blends it well as the jug with cap spins around in the waves of the ocean of love on permanent rinse cycle. Finally I let the jug dry (it is inside) and then label it with paper tape. The actual dose AM and PM was sat 1/3 af the depth of my claw, no cat's! Finally I'm just using about 1/8th inch of a bit moistened bit of a narrow wire like a paper clip, and the end with the handle (operation control!) is bent to be up so I don't have to fish around in the flour since the top of the wire is bent up and over the edge of the jar and it screws on well without much risk of the flour falling out. This gives a constant level of Cat's Claw, and it's much cheaper than e.g. Activive.
20 years of Activive would cost like 2,000$ and if the Activive company ever went out of business, (which isn't uncommon in business) if you haven't bought a lifetime supply of Activive, for PWC's UDG might be a real world away from no CFS defense.


Even with Sensoril withiana my long experience of two years with UDG tells me to tell you that due to neural issues, you may want to take UDG at extremely low doses like the above if at all. The Sensoril might give you a better long term result than I had but this I can't say. One thing is definite; Una De Gato is a wild herb from the rain forest, based on luck in its profile while Activive is a defense made by professionals for PWC's that definitely works probably with a higher safety level than Una De Gato. For the cost, Una De Gato is the winner no doubt. But Activive works for 97% of the CFS as they advertise with Hello Life. And at the recommended dose of Activive this is 35$ no more than the cost of cheap High Speed internet or TV, aren't you worth this much, you're worth more than TV!! Even so and while I've taken Activive continually for 6 years
with great CFS symptoms improved, they say on the bottle it's only for short term use. This seems only a legal ruse to bail out if it fails. Another disclaimer won't descend unceremoniously to the Comic Afterlife! As with so much of CFS you can't say exactly what you're getting with UDG or Activive, with food same business. I can say that Activive and UDG are both just great compared to CFS or all the doom and gloom about it you see on many websites as far as I can say, they work quite well indeed especially together even with a tiny dose of UDG as above. But overall value may not be as good, and while the only problem I've ever had with Activive was about stress that day if I miss the dose, and the main problem with UDG was neural, Sensoril this helped a lot and I can say what to be cautious about in hopes of the best defense by this warning. Even so I haven't yet taken Activive at the higher recommended dose, or I think I might have before it seemed to work no better than 3 drops AM/PM what I'm taking now. I'll let you know if this is as good as Activive with UDG low dose as above on a future post (Edison thought of the internet, I have also for the world!).


 Anyone with neural symptoms with UDG or others involved with e.g. blood sugar issues or chemotherapy may find value in the herb withiana. It's neuroprotective of 87 percent of stressed neurons in research, and this much seems to help UDG in the lower doses I've for CFS, At higher doses however the power of  withiana for this isn't so viable. For CFS it may be more ideal, I use Sensoril an improved form of withiana which doesn't cause drowsiness just as withiana doesn't cause drowsiness, see it's already making me aware! Sensoril not only protects neurons it builds neurons fast of worth so I learn more! Withiana is a sort of ginseng, as in adaptogenic, defined as "a herb or compound that changes the body in may valuable ways itself not causing harm.  For where I buy Sensoril Click Here or see link at the end of the post.

The other main problem I was having with UDG was renal discomfort, having to use the restroom at night, this may have been caused by other herbs at any rate ginger and chromium AM and PM shield the lower UT and this is because the liver is upstream of the UT and ginger and chromium are good for the liver. And this combined with the common dose of Sensoril AM PM helped improve the problem a lot.

Weight gain is also common in lab research  with Una De Gato, I attribute this to the neural discomforts of UDG, and the Sensoril helps this also to stop. Google Maps is spam in rewind!

Another way to reduce eating discomforts is to buy a Timer Box from Amazon. The Kitchen Timer Safe is proven in research to improve good habits it will make your cookies safe from that cookie thief  who seems in the mirror to be overweight and yet the reflection makes us lighter! CLICK HERE or see link below for where to buy.

 Ginger and chromium also help here since they boost your liver 10 ways, and this makes it  easier to process foods or herbs. Ginger also relaxes your body 8 ways, and is a natural muscle relaxant. Keep in mind that this is only what has worked for me, I'm not a sales rep, what does a CEO of VISA do for celebration, all day charges up his aurora. My heat makes a good Christmas coat heater, powered by me!

 If POA sounds a bit stressful for you even so you might like Activive even better. I suspect as they say at Hello Life the ActivivLIFE business, it controls 97 % of the CFS problem with no side effects. Most may have a "complete recovery" with Activive. I have taken UDG because of slowed mitochondria, the cell powerhouses that may be central both to CFS and cancer, so I had to find another way to improve both . For most Activive alone might be more than enough except for inflammations. Activive alone for me was like night and day, not months to wait for relief like some CFS solutions offered.

I, like 2/3 of the population have cancer, I got it from progesterone, originally promised to be a CFS solution, it was only about 2/3 improved, and Promoted by You guessed it right Prevention magazine, and famous doctors like Earl Mendell. All the top progesterone sites promoted it till about a year and 50 posts down I found an honest christian site that was telling the truth. While I'm not christian, I know a lot of them are good people, so I remember them for this, OUR AD HERE!

Keep in mind that these are partial links, there may be side effects or interactions we don't know about. See your doctor before making any changes in diet or exercise, I saw the memorex show!



While it says on the link low blood pressure, this is definitely not a  caution for me by the Herbs for Lyme site since it resolves 100% of CFS, yes low blood presssure is solved by Una de Gato..

TART CHERRY (which reduces post exercise discomfort 80%, My Site.) And more about Una De Gato and Activive on the link. Note that Tart Cherry Doesn't go with Una De Gato since both cause strain on kidney well being and health. While this may be of no value to you, in my particular example, I use either Activive with UDG or Activive with Tart Cherry, but never Activive with both UDG and Tart Cherry.

More about/where to buy the Timer Box.

 I'm buying a more expensive one that's programmable and only opens once a month to save money without temptation. The Kitchen Timer only times a 9 day maximum. Even so it can dramatically change eating behavior. And I just put my cheeze/mouse in the machine and it reduces eye strain a lot. Overuse damage by computers is the highest rising occupational harm. Another good way to save my weight is to just stop using salt, this makes the fat foods not so tempting. To counteract sugar I use chitin which dramatically changes blood sugar markers in positive ways, I strongly suspect this is one reason why so many people find CFS unpredictable because of the blood sugar peaks and crashes, UDG and Activive help A LOT but there were a few woozy time that chitin, a seashell derived super fat and grease absorber used in industry also that this helped more yet. Chitin has problems about vitamins like A E C and K and D not being absorbed as well as omega, so they recommend to take these 4 or 5 hours after chitin.

Dental problems are common with CFS because of reduced dental immune system and blood sugar issues, so I found some ways to dramatically boost anyone's dental health prognosis, Click here for my results from 10 years of R and D; cheap powerful simple mechanical and chemical ways to stop the dental issues fast.

Una De Gato Amazon Page For POA powder I use without neural symptoms as above divided to about 1/3 cap to save money, etc.

Sensoril Swanson Health Site..

Sunday, November 22, 2015

 Perspiration..And..Yes! Staying Dry..

 ...how to make your own good looking, Cozy and Dry, durable, lightweight coat for about 25$ so you stay comfortable indoors year round! And how to easily stay cool in the heat...Much Better, Safer and Cheaper Than a 200$ Electric Coat! No risk of fire, will never crash etc.

Here I'll also discuss The only method I've ever seen that keeps my cozy outdoors in cold weather.


 This site isn't designed to prevent diagnose, treat or cure any illness. This site is for information only. See your doctor before making any changes in lifestyle.

Winter Perspiration

The methods I list here are the result of my thousands of dollars of time and investment, they aren't an accident, and are a cozy warm hope of celebration for you at any event.

In 35 years, I think I never had one warm coat. Here I show you how you can make one for just 20 or 30$ out of polyurethane foam, a coat, and two shirts from Goodwill. This is also of real worth for pants, and hats etc.

First, here's proof the polyurethane (PU) works; Have you ever tried a memory foam mattress or pillow?

You're awake now!

It's not much for a pillow I think, as the Chinese said, "wu jin chow fin" well actually they didn't, and I can't type a wordsworth with a Chinese typewriter at 80 words an hour even so traditionally the Chinese believe it's of worth to keep your head cool and your feet warm for good health. You can get a memory foam or mattress cover at cheap cost at the discount store, and you will see and be amazed with your face in the pillow, it's real warm and dry, REAL warm and REAL dry. To me this isn't much for a pillow. It's too darn hot, but for insulation, it's like paradise! (Other than the health hazards possible, these are relatively unknown since it's generally accepted that most of the hazards are involved in manufacturing, the cured memory foam has much reduced circulation of the stuff they use to e.g. fireproof the foam. My idea here is that most like sofas or beds have PU and most people spend 1/3 of their life in bed so the risk may not be so high. Even so here I make no claim to the safety of PU foam, you use it at your own risk, this is my own decision and your decision also. You may want to be especially cautious if you smoke. Memory foam must have fire retardants by law but there are relative ways the fireproofing is effective, and how fireproof memory foam is may not be completely constant from one business to another.)

If you don't wan't to use PU foam, see my other method of using neoprene insulation below, you probably won't be as dry and it's heavier and costs more, etc. but this may be the method or some other method that works best for you. E.g. you could try plant based memory foam.

For my own use, I just took a 10$ mattress cover from the discount store, tied it around the inner thin wicking shirt, (the shirt is active wear like jogging suits you can get for just 4$ at Goodwill, these are like two or three layers of wicking underwear, at 1/10th the cost, see below about how to spend just 3$ a year on this type of shirts and pants and other advantages!).

To tie it around, just use duct tape for 3$, with a loose fit, the foam poncho goes over after you cut the shoulder line to fit your shoulder and head in at the halfway line. To measure how far down you cut it so it's not too out of the area and cold or with too much foam at the belt area, be sure to add about 6 inches or so to both sides, I'm about a foot wide at my shoulder. It's rather tough to reach around with both the duct tape and the foam, so I first go round it with the best reach I can and then remove the shirt and foam and hope to improve and then put it on and repeat if needed. If you have areas
you couldn't patch like around the left and right shoulders where the poncho doesn't meet the arm tubes, you can even patch by just stuffing it between the shirts where it fits with a patch of foam and duct tape to wrap it around is an option, and you can also ask a family of relatives to help. In general the tape wraps all the way around with a loose fit, and the tape has best adhesion to itself so it wraps around and then you add like linear tape to reinforce it if you like. You can attach the tape around the foam with a bit of tape on the side and then sew this extra tape which is doubled around to cancel adhesion with traction and then sew this connection to the foam to the inside shirt or slacks so it has a way to anchor the memory foam without tearing it so much. The foam is quite fragile, and you can't really wash it, but unlike neoprene it has no odor problem (see below for more about neoprene)

While before I was sewing an outer shirt with zipper like the active wear around the shirt and foam, I found that I would sometimes spill food on my shirt so to remove and wash it I just use clips like on the bottom near the zipper and the just one at the top is all it needs if I just tuck the rest of the foam inside if it sometimes has a loose edge. This is about as easy to clip as to sew or easier since thanks to advertising you have better clips than I must have! You can just buy men's large shirts and they have enough foam to not be super tight much better than usual coats I'd often see in the old days, over the years I went through 30 or 40 coats before I even found these methods, not one comfortable coat. PROBLEM the sleeves of most shirts and coats are far too small to fit foam sleeves even though it's not real thick. SOLUTION; cut off the sleeves of your outer good looking shirt and cut the leg of pants, here too I use active wear and then sew the pants for wide arms of the outer shirt. (For clever easy sewing tricks it's easy if you know how see below). It's easy to find the straight line to cut the outer shirt sleeve off, just use the hemmed line in easy view at the shoulder in the active wear.

Make sure the length of the pants sleeve is right (measure with the tape) and that both sleeves are the same length. Finally sew the inner and outside shirt together a few places, the cuffs, and the bottom and inside the zipper sewing from the inside for good looks.

This makes a great good looking shirt, like designer look if you choose the sleeves you like, or you can choose sleeves you don't this is not advised!

Here I list the advantages of Memory Foam as coat insulation 

It's super cheap 10 times cheaper than neoprene 4 times cheaper than thinsulate

Super wicking;

Super insulating

 Lightweight, far more than any insulation I've seen in 35 years;

Totally Comforrtable and soft flex,

Odor resistant;

You can dry it out if a bit wet just by going out in the wind or turning on the fan. It has enough insulation yet is breathable enough you can dry it right through with the fan yet not get any wetter or colder, just once a day. Much easier than having other insulation that you can't dry without changing it and losing all your heat. You don't have to have three suits of insulation to stay warm art the office.  You don't have to remove it for this. Unlike most insulation you find that after a few hours you're getting warmer not cooler as time goes on since it's so breathable yet insulative.

A box fan will dry your arms well in about 10 minutes when you are seated, to dry my shoulders or back, I use a stand fan by the bed and roll over with my back facing the fan. This takes just five or 10 minutes and it's cost proof and is much easier and probably safer than waiting 20 or 30 minutes for a heater to work. 

Because of breath ability and insulation combined it's suitable for outdoors in winter except in the wind, for this I use a large windproof nylon coat, here it needs to be waterproof
since the PU absorbs the rain.

If I return a bit more wet inside the coat just take it off, it's not miserable like thinsulate or neoprene, I let it dry off without even removing it. This method works real well for indoors, even so outdoors in windy or like 30 degree weather needs neoprene and thinsulate as I say below.

Memory foam is easy to also make into two pairs of active wear pants, so far I haven't needed more than just strips for the legs, not all the way around this may be too tough to get in and out without tearing the foam. One thing about memory foam compared to other insulation, it's got traction; if you just stuff it down between two pairs of Active Wear pants to try memory foam it won't fall as you wear it for several uses. Even so a bit of sewing may be the best since memory foam is fragile and wears and tears easily.

See below for more about warm feet how to and CFS/cold feet.

I was of the luck of the Irish to not freeze to death in the summer that month on the 27th
and I had the good fortune to have an Ozark Trail lined coat I bought at a yard sale real cheap, real beautiful, and while as usual the sleeves were miserable (I solved this by cutting out the liner which was synth that didn't breathe attached to the insulation not the outside sleeve and using the foam around an inner active wear sleeve inside the outside of the corduroy sleeve.) the rest of the coat was super wicking and warm. This was the best I'd seen when I realized what feeling good must sound like. This coat with polyurethane foam in the sleeves is the method I use to this day. The problem is since I got this at a yard sale, I never found what the foam type was, the label was removed, and I use this instead of the PU foam between the layers of the active wear shirts for the vest since it is simple to flop on and off without the wear and tear of the foam around the front and back. In order to not spend hundreds more in Rand D to find another coat like mine, you could try Ebay Ozark Trail and hope for luck (mine was lousy, a 20 years wait). Since I can't be of more worth than a mild mannered wealth hero here, another way you may like I hope is just to buy some like fishnet type clothes bags people use for laundry day and put the foam around the inside body of the active wear base (the sleeves are more inside so they don't flop around inside the sleeve so no need to sew the fishnet other than the torso) and then cut the fishnet to sew it on the foam on the outside of the foam. The stitch goes around the fishnet loop and through the foam and inside the base layer with long loops outside and narrower loops inside to keep the foam from riding up and flopping around. Finish by putting the complete active wear/foam/fishnet inside the outside coat or other breathable outer liner, and sewing or use clips to finish the stability as you like depending on whether you might want to wash the coat. IMPORTANT Be sure it's breathable.  This is why nylon lined sleeves are so worthless in a few hours. Sorry about how this is a roundabout way, it may be simpler than freezing to death while it's  beautiful weather outside in May or searching for ages to find another outfit on Ebay. For instance, why not polyester insulated pants on Ebay? I bought some, looked real nice but totally miserable in three hours like all the polyester lined coats or bibs I ever bought. As you see if you use my method here about how to make polyurethane lined foam pants instead, while not a soap I'll never go back and I've seen live shows where I live out on the lawn in the old W!

How To Make Your Own Foam Filled Pants That Look Much Better Than Bib Overalls, and 1/10th The Cost, Etc...

It's important to be able to easily get on and off the outer polyurethane layer without having to remove your boots (you lose your heat) or for first putting on my boots in the morning and not having to wait while I put on my outfit so I bought a pair of activewear pants they look like nylon but are polyester with side zippers and the base layer with the foam around the outside of it go inside this outside layer with the zippers. To make it easy to get on and off after you secure the PU layer to the base layer like by duct tape and awl thread as above for the shirt, cut the base layer and foam down the outside of each leg where the zipper is and then secure the edge of the foam to the base layer with the duct tape, actually I sewed the foam and tape to the base layer after I had cut it, then all you have to do is sew the base layer and foam to a few areas of the zip layer with awl twine of the right type (many colors are available at a cheap cost online). This makes it so you can first put on your shoes in the morning after you are out of the sleeping bag and send your heat with you where you go, and of course the same method works of an loose fit inner warm shirt that you wear to sleep in you then wear inside your other shirt or coat when you get up in the morning makes it so you don't lose your heat.

A CFS Way To Reduce Perspiration I've Found (Don't Know if it will work for Anyone);

Is to merely Eat Whole Wheat Bread! This makes sense since fiber is like a sponge, and this absorbs the moisture out of you. Also to improve if you have CFS dehydration, I've found for me at any rate that prune juice in moderation works well. These are both to be used in moderation, both can have bad side effects as you see on other sites if used too much. Combining wheat with juices is a way to have many flavorful combinations that get around the junk food sold in stores. (40% of what you see in stores isn't even food (by the definition used "what's how to live"). Combinations of bread and e.g. juice have no fat low calories, low cholesteral and low sugar if you also combine them with vegetable juices.  For the value I find in moderation just sandwiches, or milk or juice or even ketchup or mustard, they go so well with wheat; so too for apple juice or other juice and prune juice goes reasonably well with the bread and in a jug of milk perhaps? Right, you know more than me I'm just making this up for you!

Another combination method like this for balancing blood sugar (commonly valuable for CFS for a fast easy to make dairy treat, I just combine no fat milk (it's also low in cholesterol, just 1% per serving) with the types of juices you see on the shelf, Dr Oz says this combination of 1/3 each of fat carbs and protein is a good way to balance blood sugar. This may be why treats like Reeses peanut butter cups taste so good, it's 3 in one fat carbs and complete protein. In addition I use this real simple method of blending the juice and milk (which may put ice cream out of business, since it's in easier reach and has more flavors and low fat and cholesterol with lo fat milk) is also a great way to save your teeth by using a small straw and a special to mechanically separate most of the sugar I eat from my teeth yet have the real flavor, good for oxytocin the brain's pleasure hormone as I say in the link, or see my link at the end of the post, CLICK HERE

About Hydrophobic Powder

The best overall solution I've found yet to stay dry is PU foam plus a hydrophobic powder used on clothes. Hydrophobic doesn't mean fear of fear itself, or hide from the rain inside, and aerogel is one of the best I've ever seen... You may have heard of areogel, it's the lightest most insulative solid. Some areogels are lighter than air, on Ebay this hydrophobia convention is always in business, and it's about 7 or 8 dollars per foot, about what you'd pay for a 100 dollar coat, I'd like to pay 30$ for a 100$ coat and I don't have to! I bought 30$ worth, and found it to be quite dusty, aerogels are often brittle and dusty. The dust is considered to be nuisance dust, it has silica, iron and aluminum, and it's super hydrophobic, this is the word to keep in mind. This dust may not be your best option, this is just my first R and D  and you might want to look for better hydrophobic powders. There are three problems I can think of offhand with the aerogel dust. Silicosis is long term chronic inhalation of the silica. This might be solved (or or hopefully it might, or it may not, so you might want to consider other hydrophic powders, this page is for R and D only) by simply wearing breathing protection when applying the dust to your outfit. For the aluminum in the dust likewise if there might be some elevated risk of Altzheimer's I take nattokinase which reduces risk by 90% as in Japan where they've been using nattokinase from fermented soy for 1000 years. Junk food unfermented soy is the opposite of natto and causes harm. As for the iron in the dust this may not absorb much through the skin. The usual method your body uses to remove iron is through the skin. Mercola says iron has been linked to Alzheimer's so here too nattokinase may be of worth.


There seem to be two reasons I tolerate nattokinase well even though low blood pressure is a problem with CFS and nattokinase lowers blood pressure and is a blood thinner. For the low BP I use Activive (Hello Life site) as I say elsewhere, this reduces the fatigue and brain fog etc by 97% and it raises low BP and completely reverses enzyme deficiency, almost heaven Ohio AZ! It was like night and day with Activive for me, so nattokinase is easy for me to tolerate is seems. Activive seems to completely solve MCSS (chem sensitivity) . Second the risk of blood thinning with nattokinase may not be as much a problem with CFS since blood viscosity is higher.

Aerogel, General

So aerogel is a powder with more consideration. You may want to search for other hydrophobic methods. You might think hydrophobic means it only allows water to pass through the fabric, but the general meaning is just removing water. Aerogel might be of value if you accept the risk (even so the above paragraph is not a complete list of cautions and you use this site at your own risk) since it's quite sticky, get it on your hands and it's not easy to remove with water. Even so your hands will be quite dry, and this is one goal, since you can put it in your outfit without it falling through in a day or two.

I first bought the aerogel for insulation and when I realized about the dust I thought I might solve it by putting the panels in plastic bags and duct taping them to seal in the dust, this was so dusty it leaked a lot, so I started using these bags like "a sort of bellows", I first put aerogel on the outside of my inner layer not my skin for more optimal use. Then I turned my second layer inside out and added the powder being careful not to breathe for a month! Then on top I use the insulation. While this may not be the best method yet, when you see how dry it makes your hands if like me your hands stay wet you may see that this method is of value for this solution of the cosmic solvent.

I'm staying with aerogel at least for awhile because when your skin is dry you feel 4 or five times warmer and water transmits heat 45 time more than air.

If you buy the aerogel (mine was Aspen Highloft Hydrophobic from Ebay) since the powder is more useful than the insulation it seems, you may only need a foot for 7 or 8 dollars to then grind up as a powder and add to your outfits. Another place you might get powder is from the Etsy site, though I haven't tried this. There's a Kickstarter site for an aerogel coat but it costs like 250. You may be able to get these from this like on Ebay in awhile at lower cost. Remember unlike all other methods other than polyurethane foam aerogel is super light and insulative, compared to other insulation. This is why I used only 1mm neoprene/nylon pants for 40$ from Ebay they're light and strong before I used PU foam. Neoprene (synthetic ribber which is best for cozy warm feet as I say herein) would tear at 1mm without nylon, with it they're much more durable. The main problem here would be huge weight if used with both neoprene coat and boots as I say, this is why I used nylon neoprene 1mm for the pants. Even so I haven't yet tried the insulated coveralls which might be simpler and easier to use with the active wear layer. 

Always be sure to buy your outfits and build from inside to out for good room to move..Be sure to leave room to move (when you buy the coat leave 3 radial inches out as well as the sleeve between coat and you).

 Active Wear/How to Save 100s a year And Have All The Good Clothes You Like or Need

For my base layer and more outside spring and fall I use like "active wear" from Goodwill in the active not inactive wear section! These are like jogging outfits for athletes. You can get great colors and designs and they layer real well since they're stretchy and are often larger size for movement. Each layer wicks like 4 layers of wicking underwear that would cost 40 times 4 or 160$ just for the upper layer. And unlike wicking underwear, these durable "coats" have zippers, wicking pockets, and often a wicking hood. The zipper has great value for layering like outside, and my favorite about this is no stains. I tried darker colors with some light hues like for rugs with good patterns and this won't show as much if I spill spot remover on it, and this worked better in general and I still use this trick, even so stains were a still a problem. You buy a goodlooking outfit, and eat and in just a week the outfit has a stain, often ruined, costing a dollar a day for an outfit you liked, bye bye it's offline outside! At the least I had to wash once a day in the machine. Did you know? An electric dryer costs 1$ an hour to operate, a washer costs more. The active wear method is to use cheap active wear that's not so beautious I used just as an inner base layer. When I eat I use the base layer as a bib by unzipping the outside, saving hundreds a year, on these beautiful comfortable outfits.. 

Without memory foam, layering Active wear in the Spring and Fall allow layers that are just right for these other days, allows another easy option. Putting on or taking off sweaters or more underwear you can't remove with ease like these, and the hoods and pockets are toasty, I would often get cold hands and ears even in May and September, and this evens out the heat well for another easy option. 

You also might find short sleeved zip shirts to save in summer by this method. I found that John Blaire has zip short sleeved shirts but the reviews say they over heat, good for Air Conditioning perhaps.  I usually remove my shirt in the heat And save on AC when inside so you should see my pot roast! It costs three times more to cool a degree than heat it, other than electric fans in the heat, you burn heat to cool down, right! As it should be.

About Neoprene

While PU foam between shirts is great for indoors and dryness, neoprene, 3mm/thinsulate/and another layer of 3mm neoprene are the only thing I ever found to reliably stand up to the weather in winter outside. While I built my outfit out of neoprene, you know what anonymous knows: good judgement comes from experience, and experience well that comes from bad judgment. But good judgment improves life also! What I'm trying to say with typing here is that while neoprene is good, silicone may be better. I'm not sure yet but if  silicone has a greater range of insulation as you see on this chart page CLICK HERE (silicone has 200 degrees more range of insulation than neoprene and more insulation from cold also) it may be cheaper for the value, and also much more simple than my big clunk coat, also no odor as I've found with one arm worth of silicone.

Here, the neoprene seems viable, as in the following method, and I'll let you know if silicone is best when I recieve more (20 or so for a sleeve worth.) For boots and warm feet at any rate neoprene is best since silicone is fragile (not as fragile as memory foam) and my highest sole will rise up in radiance.

I went through 70 failures to find these methods, tried 20  feet warming methods to the promises always of toasty warmth, and there were 10 neoprene failures, all of small giant size! So I used neoprene well, and just cut a line in the socks so they fit fine. The neoprene jacket had rave reviews on Amazon for 120 but the arms as usual were far too shrunken, not faded or stretched, or all stretch and no fade! No  insulation in or out of this world much would fit in the neoprene without huge discomfort. This was so bad I had to remove the arms eventually and used the tight neoprene as a vest with hood.. And I used an outer nylon coat tough indestructible heavy stuff and then I bought some neoprene pants, way small XL as usual and salvaged them for use as an outside layer of my sleeves sewn on the nylon and also the neoprene vest, the coat without sleeves sewn to the nylon coat inside easy to slide in and out on the coldest days. 5 mm of neoprene works real cozy (doesn't over heat). It's so cool to go out and if the weather rains or other wind, just to flip up the neoprene is real evidence, the hood on my coat I bought was well worth the cost. I still have to find a liner of this ocean of love and hugs from the hug squad that lowers BP all around, even three layers of nylon weren't enough by early methods, so I use EVA to stop the odor as I say below since my site manager where
I live likes the house to smell without a whiff!

In the far N they use about 5 mm neoprene, here in the E coast around Richmond when it's winter, other months it's October! I use 3mm while it's easy to just add in more layers if you want, or just make two coats and use the second when you might like.

  Here's the most important thing, There was no way I could wear the neoprene coat all month, it was so tight no wicking insulation would fit inside so it was miserably wet. Even so it can be put inside a goodlooking coat with a line of cut on the sleeves (not the cuff) for all the power without huge tightness and a half hour of stretching and ugh just to get inside and it was real wet and looks bad and wears out fast otherwise and this is not so cheap for a 200$ coat. I found out how to solve this by first using a size large goodlooking durable synth coat from Goodwill with a durable  metal zipper and hook and loop so the zipper won't crash (you can sew your coat with the waxed twine fast and easy for a pull over coat if you like your coat a lot, but this isn't as easy. The large size even with insulation makes the zipper not crash by moving the zipper to the side with each use or it crashes.) Inside the "vest " of the coat I used blocks of heavy sleeping bag insulation, it's real light to wear. Like a 2 ft block for the back and two two by one foot blocks of insulation  for the front. To start, just sew the block edge together as much as you want so the insulation won't fall out so much (it's already with a seam on the side where the sleeping bag was sewn. Even so you can't wash the insulation without more sewing and neoprene is not for machine wash.). And then sew the edges or corners of the block to the inside of the coat, just the corners so you can then insert the neoprene blocks of a bit reduced size with their liner of EVA just duct taped to the neoprene to stop odor risk, ~Consumer Retorts says Febreeze and Scrubbing Bubbles are bogus. Thus I've unread Prevention of Promotion Magazine!~ Sleeves so far have seemed another story. If you sew too much insulation in the sleeve, it won't dry well and is sour. Thus I used strips of the sleeping bag with just half the sleeve insulated, so it has insulation and it breathes also, so I breathe also!

If you opt for neoprene, and this may be the only way to most comfort outdoors in the worst winter weather, the layers are, Active Wear (wickers or thinsulate may be too sour)/EVA/neoprene/thinsulate/neoprene, then the goodlooking durable coat. I say this because I found that just sewing in the neoprene without the EVA or the sleeping bag insulation blocks is fast and easy, and the coat heats up in two minutes to toasty warmth, it's like a 20 or 30 minute wait sometimes with the insulation blocks or a common coat.. It's much easier to sew in the neoprene and cheaper if I also use the EVA raincoat between the base wicking layers and the neoprene (2 mm EVA is much more durable than flimsy 1 mm).

After I found the memory foam method, it was so good I discontinued using the neoprene so much and this reduced the odor a lot so I  the use of the EVA waterproofing layer may not be necessary. 

The inner layer is the active wear you can flip in and out without losing your heat (it's stored in the neoprene, and neoprene without the sleeping bag layer heats up in just two or three minutes).

Neoprene works just great for the body. It's like 5 times the heat boost over the insulation alone. ALL types of insulation other than this method other than PU insulation I tried are wet, and heavy and tight. If you use like a hot water bottle you may realize it warms your heart and so your entire body, neoprene has no risk of fire or burns like heating pads where people die of fires all the time. 
  I tried a heated vest from Ebay, it had no battery I only found out after buying it, and it had zero size! And the warnings like about fire hazards were numerous, can't wear it in the rain, who would? Why would die! Like with other heated outerwear, the reviews would say it had no heat, and the area of heat was just like 2 inches. A heated vest Hammacher Schliemer sells (oldest mail order in the US) was 200$ and it had this problem with the reviews. And the sleeves have no heat.

    I tried a travel electric blanket and a rechargeable battery but the plug wouldn't match, another 50 or more in R and D gone, I've been searching for years to find the neoprene or silicone method. I tried making my own sleeping bag poncho this was heavy and wet in just an hour or two, tough to get in and out of, and no way to wear it outside. Neoprene is much warmer with much reduced bulk and weight.

I considered electric coats powered like the Milwaukee coat by a power tool battery, these are at least 200$ with no guarantee they wouldn't crash in a year or two, 100 a year. And the heat area is small, and there is no heat in the sleeves (you might consider buying the jacket and sewing on neoprene sleeves as above.).

I looked on the Instructables site about how to make my own electric coat for just 40$ but this turned out to be nearer to 100$ and the instructions were in electrical engineering language, if it failed to be viable, another 100$,  and like the vest and other electric disclaimers, it seemed to be unwearable in the rain even if it it was beyond the engineering phase. And it would seem to be easy to tear up if the wire was loose.

Electric hot socks are neither much electric or hot, just a wire and clunky C batteries you have to replace in 2 hours, and no thermostat, you are the heat!

So too electric mufflers have reviews on no heat, and electric water bottles likewise, even if they spill out the water or whatever it is they use to fill them.

One problem with the following method (wicking layer with aerogel drying powder, neoprene and good looking outfit) is that it takes a long time to don your outfit. To simplify you might want to consider the wicking layer/aerogel or other method and then just a pair of insulated coveralls. You might like looks for spring and fall weather and the coveralls for winter. Aerogel or perhaps some other hydrophobic powder seems to make whatever heat level you use more comfortable. Coveralls might be better for deep winter but not as good for looks since coveralls aren't much for looks. 

 The problem with winter perspiration isn't so much moisture it's warmth. In the heat of August it's not so miserable. Lack of heat is more the cause than moisture. PROOF; if you want to just get your feet wet with heat, you could try neoprene socks, with a smartwool base layer for about 20$ by the method I say about below for shoes. As on the reviews like Amazon, they are thrilled at the power of neoprene.  Smartwool has small tubes of the wool yarn that are hydrophobic in that they let water pass through, yet are also vaporphilic keeping vapor inside the tube which is like a sort of super steam, evening out the heat so no cool or hot spots yet dry also. I don't recommend common wool, it's like a wet soggy fish, smartwool is much better, you can get cheaper smartwool new on Ebay, Once you see you can have complete comfort by this method (plus using no cost Amazon bags for a waterproof sock liner to stop neoprene odor completely (your landlady loves me and will not evict you or me by being real and I adore her real door.)) you can then simply reuse this method for the coat and hat which takes a bit more labor sewing by the easy method of using waxed more heavy thread, so no snags, completely ease of threading, and real cheap.

The problem turns out to not be moisture so much as this and warmth which can be well solved by the (insulation, how to below +) neoprene, used e.g. for wetsuits in the far north. If you're in a heat wave in the summer, as long as you're warm, you aren't too cold, it's the cold caused by lack of heat combined with the moisture that causes the discomfort. With the neoprene sewn in the outside of your goodlooking coat (a half hour to do this) with the EVA coat for the neoprene for no neoprene odor by waterproof method, plus a base layer of cheap thinsulate fabric reinforced with duct tape so it's more durable it's the warmest coat I've ever had, easy to get in and out, good looking, durable, and just 35$.

I speak of neoprene odor, because when it was devised in the 50s, the odor was why they considered not even selling it, actually it's bacterial odor blended in with it and if you stop the germs, you stop 4/5ths of the odor. This is why a waterproof layer is of value here. I use an EVA raincoat since it has no dioxin gassoff like PVC.

More recently I found the aerogel method as above and this  (or memory foam for indoors/mild outdoor winter weather like most of autumn and mild winter) may simplify the neoprene odor problem since drying may kill most of the germs involved, so the EVA layer may not be needed. Even so as I say this site isn't designed to prevent diagnose, treat or cure any illness. This site is for information only. See your doctor before making any changes in lifestyle.

 For the vest of the coat, warm feet and a hat by the same method, base layer like smart wool (indestructable "cheap" lifetime socks) plus neoprene layer "outside" inside the coat with the EVA for no odor, this is highly toasty and cozy. Actually you can overheat, so a light shirt or (better) smartwool base evens out the comfort.

While I used the neoprene for the vest on my coat, the neoprene will never wear out or have odor, unlike an external coat of neoprene, it's reinforced with the nylon which costs just a bit more so it's durable, and with the panels inside it's the best of neoprene. 

 Note that by the waxed twine, it's super cheap, fast and easy, simple, and stronger than thread to sew in the neoprene panels I salvaged from neoprene pants I got for just 35 on Ebay., but cheaper than sewing in punched holes with shoe laces, and old method I used, no flipping houses, who lives in a flip flop an old lady who lives in a sock?


While all the neoprene I ever bought was no luxury sized stuff, sewing with waxed thread is an easy cheap method to simply cut the neoprene or insulation to fit, and you have more than awl in the cosmos! Yes! U can have awl and a cheeze sandwich spelled with zzz so solve bad sleep caused by cheese!! 

Since the stitches on the inside of the outer insulation of the coat it won't show and it won't tear as much as if you have a machine and sew on and sew on.... I recommend awl type waxed thread about the width of smaller than a dime for hand sewing, with a medium large needle you can get at the discount store (the eye is somewhat larger than the twine, a durable needle may need pliers to pull through tough fabrics, who else can sew with pliars, right, Mamma V and the Hug Station!) Waxed thread like on this Amazon page doesn't snag, is easy to tie, much more durable and easy to thread than usual "flimsy" sewing thread by far. I got two patented German "Witch" needle threaders, both of no value in a few days. I couldn't operate the awl I bought, rocket science has more diagrams. (A better value I found was as on this Ebay Page. Or see link at end of post.) The twine as on the link really does thread and not snag well, other types of  "waxed twine 1mm" polyester has been more difficult while not impossible to thread. You may want to buy 3 or more spools since this is how much it took me to sew a lot of nifty cushions, rugs, zippers, around the house. Two or three weeks to receive the thread otherwise.

 I was having problems with my needles breaking, so I tried a wider needle seems like 1 1/2 or even 2 mm wide and it may not ever break, suprise, moving it through the outfit is almost the same as with a smaller needle.
  One good thing is while the loops are real strong, you can edit your sewing by just using a stitch like a chain stitch. ( STITCHING; Actually I use the needle on alternation of above and below the fabric or neoprene like a swimmer on the surface of the water with two or three or more dives at a time for speed, smaller regular line outside of you are sewing the outside of your outfit for looks, and a longer loop inside for looks alternating small ouside with long inside zone of the loop then pulling them all through alternating with a second "lock stitch" or chain stitch, down then up on the same side, then wrap the twine around the needle two or three times then pull through and repeat with the swim. For reduction of loose ties, loop backwards in direction as far as you like, I just use an inch of denser loops to save twine, then forward. You don't need to sew more than one end knot to make it not pull through. I also tie one end to the other as I loop back with about two or 3 inches of loose twine at both sides of the cut, with several knot ties for reduced chance of  unraveled bind here. You can sew a foot a minute and it has about 20 uses around the house, like the edges of rugs, sleeping bags, making my own special sham bedwear, and like with neoprene, a cheap simple way to get around gyps like too small or shrinkage of smartwool with use. Awesome! Bees may sting the month of May!)

For securing the stitch as I sew, I first check by wearing the outfit, then just use powerful like white 1 1/2 inch clothespins from the discount store instead of like cushion pins, which are tough to keep track of and can cause aches and I'm not in R&D about pain.

 I use the poly for emergency use and don't use it as much as the easier twine as on the Amazon link. But for just going some loops with a knot and then a simple tie off or for emergency sewing of this type the poly twine at like 160 meters for the same cost as just 25 of the nylon for fast and easier use I have on hand.  You can get much more twine like 3 or four times as much in the roll like on Ebay. You may want to experiment and see what works best for you. 

How To Stay REAL Dry And COZY On Winter Nights and Save Months or Years of Your Life Making Your Bed!

 Remember going out in the wild when you were in the scouts, it's freezing outside that night, yet you were in your cozy sleeping bag,were you even once cold or wet? How is this so, I don't know, it may be because you weren't moving around all night in the sleeping bag, so it's super wicking power really works, the daytime needs other methods as on this site. 

Here's a simple method to stay at 98.6 (much more comfy than an electric pig in blanket it's so cozy or cold outside!);

I use one heavy duty sleeping bag on top of a medium one, don't get the slick sleeping bag, you want a bit more traction so they stay put and your snores won't shake them around.

To use two bags (much better than one I didn't know this for years, I'm awake this month like March you know it when your time machine starts it starts.);

Get clips and clip the far side of first the heavy then the light bag above to the far side of the mattress or sheet (may tear more but clips easier).

The sheet is held down by corner sheet clips, I made my own at low cost by just sewing or clipping shoe laces to duct tape and tying it tight so it doesn't tear. 

I don't use electric blankets because they overheat and they use cheap wires that can burn the house down, certainly not for use with sleeping bags either. They can catch fire too.

This is a great way to save your heat. If you lose your sleeping bag as you sleep, just grab it and it automatically returns you to where you were e.g. if you go to the bathroom. 

And it also has value to cool you down if you over heat, if your feet are hot in the evening before AM just move the top bag away from your feet more your way so you modulate.

The other advantage is you don't have to spend months or years making your bed in the winter, just when it's most foam! You want to get a good looking sleeping bag so your room looks good and mine is a shade of  blue.

For warm feet in the morning, I sewed a towel around the edges inside below the base bag this forms a cozy pouch for my feet, and this really works for cold feet in the AM or at night on cold nights. To modulate/cool feet I just move them out of the pouch like in the evening, then in later on as needed.

 Not only does this solve cold feet in the AM, it also solves having to sometimes wear a warm hat when it's like 20 outside. Your feet don't stick out so you reach just the right distance to fit your head between the edge of the sleeping bag and the pillow on the other side, your head radiates into the edge of the sleeping bag and since the sleeping bag is in the same place by the two clips on the side it's also stabilized enough to be just right to fit your head between the pillow and sleeping bag, and this also allows the most breath, your breath heats your head also but the oxygen is in easy reach. 

 For warm socks in the morning, I store them in the towel pouch.

How To Counteract Itching

To counteract itching (this can be a major problem especially with CFS) since it can become severe, is of course to wash frequently (with CFS this is achievable with a spray water bottle, a usual bath may be hazardous and stressful or even fatal for PWC's) as in with baking soda under the arms. To wash my hair without damaging it or my skin I originally tried such as oatmeal which some recommend as a dry shampoo  and it was totally worthless, etc. etc. Finally after years I converted to dishwashing detergent with only one ingredient anionic surfactants (yes that's one!) combined with baking soda. This much ups the suds of soaps and is great for removing like the dander from upholstery. 

About skin itching 97% of those with eczema have staph, and 4/5ths of staph starts in the nose. After years I found that Cayenne combined with Olive Leaf, OL are great for sinusitis; Olive Leaf is considered almost a wonder herb with a long list of health advantages and the only known disadvantage might be that it lowers blood sugar at high doses and for long duration. Cayenne is, ceyanne and it cuts through mucus like sinusitis is just a minute or two, and seems to give long term or permanent improvements. Like OL it's wound healing or vulnerary, and OL makes a permanent structure germs can't function inside. This is a super powerful way to combat staph. Experts say that antibiotics used by doctors are easier for germs to get resistance to, yet there were no supergerms in nature much, This is because of natural antibiotics, herbs and methods like drying found in evolution have 1,000s of natural compounds germs can't overpower not just a few because of complex combinations. So while I'm unsure it seems this combination of ceyanne Olive Leaf and zinc which is also used for wound healing may give permanent relief from eczema. Since experts say to treat a toothache or sore gum like a wound, use of internal zinc like zinc gluconate (not zinc oxide which is for external use only) in combination with ceyanne and OL on the toothbrush is of real value for gingivitis which most have. This combination helps heal the gum not just stop the germ, even so it does this real well, yet my most powerful method against gingivitis is to separate the sugar from the teeth while eating and I also use nattokinase a soy compound that has been used in Japan for 1000 years, nattokinase is by far the most powerful of these methods I've seen against gingivitis. You can't use it on your skin like for eczema since it damages it a bit and the itch scratch loop is common with eczema so there needs to be more healing than often is common, or how often is uncommon? For gingivitis it's superpowerful, but limited by causing a bit of reduction to the gum because it 's much  like an enzyme so I use the special straw separation method/nattokinase with ceyanne/OL and zinc in a combination of chemical and mechanical defense as I say HERE or see link at end of post.. This often seems true, mechanical machines like the cyber chip that uses small levers to sore computations are much faster cooler, shockproof, cheaper and so on than electric methods alone. 
Note that while zinc won't absorb through the skin and zinc oxide powder makes a much better cheap sunscreen in summer heat (it's a main ingredient in many sunscreens and skin formulas) it's not for internal long term use. For gingivitis, you should rinse after using some zinc to brush with the ceyanne and OL. 

For a mechanical defense aganist staph, you may like diatomaceous earth, a strongly hydrophobic powder that kills germs by drying them. The Livestrong site says diatomaceous earth has a long and well proven history of safety and value. Even so it's quite absorbent, and if like most you are being prescribed or hinted about like your opthomitrist she says, if you see what you like, like what you see at her office! You may want to use caution, I'm not sure if DE absorbs through the skin.


Seeming like a de ja VISA just minus the ja and with more VISA, some insulation like Gore Tex coats are 200 or 300 dollars. But you can get a sheet like 2 x 3 yards on Ebay and make your own liner for just 30 more. We hear how wonderous the Big GT is; a water drop on the outside is 10,000 times larger than the pore, on the inside the vapor is 1000 times more able to pass out, so like smart wool it loves steam, and fears water, so the huge biz of GT has been about this idea even if not perfect. I say not perfect since there are sites that say it only sheds water a few go rounds and then no more. I'll let you know if this has value. Sounds of worth for a base layer, but it may be a high end gyp, with 30 what a cosmos is boom sh boom!

And here's my retort report; TIME MACHINE Saves on the rent! While you can buy used GT on Ebay for like 20$, I've opted out of Goretex because it needs recharging by either often washing it or spraying a coat of who knows what chemical. I couldn't keep track of when I used it or not, I had to make my own vest, and I didn't seem to notice any improvement unlike Wickers and thinsulate for the base and wicking layers. To me Goretex seems rather to be a gimmick and I just want reliable relief, not who knows how it's so amazing it just zoomed by.

For the sleeves of my goodlooking outer coat, no neoprene even legs of XL like I got would fit outside any coat, yet neoprene is so toasty seems like a great solution, so finally I realized it fits without this limit by merely cutting down the length (other than the cuff) of the sleeve of my outer goodlooking coat and then it's loose enough to wear the neoprene. Other coats with the neoprene pants leg salvaged and used outside were so bad looking I realized I needed both fit and looks both by the sleeve method.

I also sewed the cut on the sleeves both up and down on both sides to seal in the coat insulation for good looks. For better looks yet you might sew in more fabric of the same hue to coat soothe and protect. The long sleeved cut  is on the inside between your chest and arm so it looks best and shields your awareness of the cosmos with heat, on the inside. I'm considering sewing shoelaces through holes and tying them and knot on one side, and when I use the coat tying the length of shoelace say 7 inches to another hole on the other side of the sleeve cut so it doesn't look just a bit loose. These shoelace ties can be useful for tying inside cinches like for the thinsulate vest and arms where looks don't matter since e.g. you really can't sew in buttons with thinsulate. For thinsulate ties I use duct tape on the edge and then punch the holes and move the shoelace through. The duct tape makes tears more uncommon, and for the shoelace to go through the hole with ease, the best is the sewing end zone of the shoelace. An alternative if you don't have shoestrings on a budget and you want to double your biz, no not two ore idas, rather a knot in the end of each line of the shoelace allows easier push of the shoelace through the dent in the duct tape that helps hold the fabric well.

To make the best fastener I've seen if like your zipper zonks, the awl twine method has worth, buttons like hook and loop with the thread are tough to sew in though you can punch holes along the edge and sew through them, even so the button hole comes unfrazzled if you sew it by hand, and likewise hook and loop doesn't hold as well especially if it clogs up with like lint; etc. using shoe laces is secure if a bit slower to fasten than the other methods (they know who they are, good air wears a white hat!). First I buy the shoelaces, if it's in the store, they have it! Second, enjoy your cheese sandwich. Third cut the line about 4-6 inches. Cut your hole in your coat. Pull the line through, tie with one or two knots in the middle,  on one side like right to left. Tie knot near one end or the other of the lines, this is good to make it go through the loop zone to then tie together once or twice to use. To stop frazzles, I sew the knots themselves with awl twine, so the knots are sealed well and this looks kind of cool on my outfit.

One thing I can definitely say for leg comfort, is that Wikers work and they're real durable. While Wikers shirts were worthless for me the leg method was of real worth, I sweat much higher up. If Wikers are out of reach or don't work for you legwise, you might want to try smartwool pants like Ebay has smartwool for 40$.. I haven't yet tried smartwool, and I have tried Wikers, so I know they are of real value, don't yet know how smart wool actually might be, if sheep wear a wool hat, they are cyber and you count sheep and sleep well..

 Wearing a waterproof coat with synths outside is fine for an hour or more even without neoprene. If you have reasonable (e.g. 52 degree or above)  heat inside take off your coat so the moisture just evaporates right through your outer jacket. If you always out evaporate you win this bet about how you are dry. If you exercise each day, you overdo the dryness also and have to change to the second dryer coat. It will keep you dry all day without exercise, but I love exercise so I set the timer for the end of the day to exercise before I get in the sleeping bag, they are great when heavy since they are nice and dry and easy to make and won't overheat like an electric blanket. These they make with cheap wires and and houses often burn up or down, UL says You Yell real loud in the middle of the night, and they are fail safe, safe till they fail! 

  A waterproofing layer like a poncho (my nylon one leaked a lot) like EVA (Ethyl Vinyl Acetate) is completely waterproof and thin and has no gassing off like dioxin or cancer and other harm of PVC ponchos and won't need washing so much if the EVA seals it from the more moist inner layer. Two big advantages over the neoprene outer layer here I found is that neoprene is only for 40 or below outside since it's rubber and real tough to get in. No odor, no tightness and the super insulation power is all yours, Feel the burn!

I used a thinsulate liner for awhile but as they say in the Commercial Staying Dry Is Staying Warm and hydrophobia is such a comfort! At best thinsulate is warm and or usually cool and moist moist and because it's so flimsy it's unwashable and quite sour. If you want to use Thinsulate the method I used was to buy sheets of thinsulate like on Amazon, and sew them into tubes using duct tape to prevent a total rip meltdown with tape along the lines of force to stop the tear and also making the poncho. 

 For another alternative e.g. in summer AC (it's a thermally different type of cold) you can use a rug sewn in the back af a good looking jacket as a heat shield, see below.  


How To Stop The Agony of deFeet!

For hands and feet warmth in winter (cold feet are common in winter with CFS), I strongly favor neoprene socks, I'm wearing 4 layers and my feet are never cold even with much business outdoors in winter. You can get a pair cheap on Ebay and "feel the burn", they are compact synthetic rubber used to stay warm under the ice floes up north with wetsuits. Neoprene it's completely waterproof and windproof, just so if waterproof when it rains a drop evaporates out! 

 Neoprene has odor problems without a layer of plastic waterproofing to keep them away from shoe bacteria where the do well otherwise, I use a Amazon bags cut and duct taped with a good shoe in. For my shoe base layer which is much more wear on socks I love Smartwool socks. You can get a pair of Browning antimicrobial (copper) Smartwool socks on Amazon for just 10 dollars a pair. Wool is much much more durable than anything and Smartwool is waterphobic so the water is wicked out through the fibers and yet vapor is saved inside each tube so it has even vapor heat, no hot or cold socks, steam!  A good solution for foot odor in combination with zip locs as above are cedar shoe inserts, I never got splinters while I walk! Smooth socks polish linoleum. It reduces odor for 3 to 6 months. I bought Zederna (German for cedar presumably) insoles first for about 7 but Walmart has sheets of cedar to make like 15 sets at the same cost. 

I use neoprene for hats and oven mitts for gloves fast in and out, they also make good portable pocket warmers. Guaranteed to be warm by law not just of physics and business also when you reflect on this perhaps. Polyester is more durable than cotton at about the same cost. Or for warm hands indoors two sets of potholders in each coat and pants pockets near skin it reradiates in for fast heat at no cost for your hands indoors you can keep your hands warm enough before they radiate out for doing stuff like cleaning house in winter. Two potholders allow one to be cool sometimes, then just use the other on standby.

Unlike Smartwool, neoprene surf boots you can buy for 25 wear out in about three months through the sole, so I use Neos patented overshoes with durable soles, this brings the cost for these cozy strechy durable (they last 6 years, neoprene and Smartwool "the 50th of Mayvember") comfortable completely waterproof goodlooking shoes to only a few dollars a year. May you never have cold feet again. 

For really cold feet indoors at any rate you can buy boot blankets to fit over the outside of your shoe. Patented Arctic Shields are not huge bulky boot blankets so you can walk well inside, while not for walking outside in a heat wave they're an option I've used well.

Another simple way to have really cozy feet indoors is like the above; instead for the boot blankets you can use legs of like neoprene pants (3mm is a cozy warm depth) and cut them to make a sock for the outside of your boot indoors, and sew more neoprene around the heel and sew the tips and tops fast and easy with twine of the same hue. Just add and sew more layers if you want more warmth. And for outdoors you can use the liner method above. When they first invented neoprene, even with it's super lightweight more compact  insulation value than most other types of insulation they almost didn't use it because of it's odor, with perspiration, at any rate. This outerboot sock method will completely solve the odor problem indoors. This only is good for indoors since they would wear out and get too much heavy metals from the parking lot.

 As I say on my other post for detoxing, clay is a natural cheap method of cleansing out about every heavy metal there is. Click here or see link at end of post for The Wonders of Clay. See also cautions.

How To Pay Just 2$ a Month or so for Toasty Warm Feet In Winter

In summer you might consider buying lifetime sandals, I already have a lifetime, I saw good sandals for 12 each at the discount store so I'm set for life.

Winter was much more a challenge, you may read sites that ask if using duct tape on the bottom of your shoe will save the sole, Why, Coitenly not! The heel almost always wears out the most. Save the heel and the shoe or boot lasts like 10 times more, yet if you use metal can lids or taps they remove in a week or two. I tried metal bands that bent and nailed them on the side where the nails wouldn't wear out, but these made loud scraping sounds and the metal only held up a week or two even if it was steel. On the web some have asked if steel soles would be of worth, and the answer is they would be too uncomfortable to wear, as in, super solid insoles that hurt much you may have seen.  Even so the heel allows the rest of the foot to move. I was wearing the Neos hunter green and black patented overshoes, they allow room for the neoprene insulation and were the only goodlooking way to add enough insulation HIGHLY RECOMMENDED just 35 used on Ebay. (I suspect the like 2000+gram thinsulate boots or higher might be as warm but the heel might wear out in just a year). Click here (or see link below) for an Ebay page like the one I bought from, however mine are hunter green and black for just 35$, this is just so you see what I'm saying. You can put lots of insulation in there and still look good, not like most other boots, and they are heavy duty waterproof (for about a year) nylon. The Neos had somewhat thinner soles than the first pair I got even if they are so beautiful and waterproof, I often get compliments. So the heel starts to go in a year, the first pair held up for 4 years. Finally I thought of buying the shoe heels separately like for footwear salvage. I would think you could never hold the extra heel sole to the bottom of your shoe well if a common cheap shoe won't keep your feet warm and isn't waterproof or lightweight. This is a whole world away of comfort from cold feet, I'm out of the shoe rat race, and the clothes rat race, like reading a catalog and so many poeple are searching and searching for lightweight goodlooking comfortable cheap shoes or clothes that really last, so often with promises of toasty warmth.

 Since the heel is the only part that wears out costing the entire cost of the shoe plus wearing a hole in the waterproofing inside I used, I simply put the heel layer, commonly used in shoe renovation like 1/4 inch, inside the overshoe. As it wears it only wears the insert on the inside somewhat, saving the shoe, the look and the great neoprene insulation inside, the entire shoe is worth about 100 and this simple trick  may well make it last another 10 years. To buy more I just buy another Neos overshoe so it's just 35$ to maintain for 10 years, 3.50 a year. Almost all the time the wear hole is smaller than the heel insole so it won't walk away like add on taps outside the shoe, plenty of room for insulation inside like neoprene. You want to add a more solid insole like Dr. Scholls type but cheaper since it came with my other boots and are solid this is inside your sock so the heel elevation of the insert doesn't form an uncomfortable area between the heel and no heel in the front. And I duct tape the insole heel to my outer inner neoprene shoe this keeps it in place as I put on the shoe, and also small rolls of duct tape between the heel area and the sole of the neos and boot liner as spacers in the area between the heel and sole, there's travel in my moths ahead! To solve this problem best I may buy an entyre rubber insole on Ebay for just 3 dollars or so, when the heel wears a bit, just trim it and move it back so it will be years before I need another. Even so synth for this may be more durable. 

Experts say warm feet aren't just a luxury, they're essential to good health. So the value of this method is only like 35 for the boots, but each month the real value might be 1$ a day, with 8 months a year or around 300$/year, so the cost of 3.50 a year is like 1/100/year for warm comfortable feet. 

My father would say if you didn't have to pay for heat and food clothes and rent anybody could be rich. Welcome to Malibu and a 3 dollar clothes and heat cost, even so this method is only comfortable down to 52 degrees, and it is comfortable year round.

Here's a link to the Amazon site where I bought the neoprene bootie, original cost was just 20 or so, they boot the cost to 30 on the second round. I bought 4 sizes above my usual size to fit more neoprene socks in.  Click here or see link at the end of post. This goes inside the Neos, and I simply duct taped the sole insert to the outside of the bootie, and then put them both inside the Neos overshoe. To put them on I just leave the bootie inside the overshoe and put my foot down inside and pull the back of the bootie the rest of the way up. This is especially easy in the light weather with reduced insulation, and is the best method with more neoprene socks inside, the advantage is the heel that saves your shoe between the Neos and the bootie won't flop around saving you the 350s worth a year by a simple supercozy method. For my base layer as I say above I highly recommend smartwool socks, just 10$ a pair for lifetime socks. 

Default Mode/Why I use an Electric Oil Heater in Addition to Memory Foam

A good way to toasty feet is an electric oil heater, they look sort of like an old time radiator heater they are considered safer than heaters of other types, they heat more slowly and cost no more, the only thing you might need them for using memory foam and neoprene socks indoors may be for when you lose your heat like I sometimes do when I wake up before I can put on my footwear. Even if you forget and like now I'm doing the computer and I was unaware, the heater automatically counteracts this with reduced risk of fire right through the boot.. Even so the best method is to take off the Neos and toast the booties for about ten minutes and then put the outer boots back on,it's much easier to toast an insulated boot from the inside than outside! You store your heat and it radiates out then back in. Otherwise just using the heater to heat your feet won't last for hours like all day. Heaters without the memory foam indoors as above are expensive, dangerous and uncomfortable, for me at any rate and my use with the thermostat at 52 I think the memory foam is most superior. For years I couldn't stand 52 it was miserable, with memory foam it's a breeze to save heat. (Even so I only heat my feet with neoprene socks where there is no memory foam to reduce risk of fire if I wear the foam for my outfit.) The reason for the electric oil heater is to change your mind if as I am you may be experimenting with different methods and you don't know in advance without Extra Sensitory Perception what the heat will be, like on a 67 degree day in the morning is much colder yet you had been told it would be like 70, sometimes it's 1970 sometimes 2020 and there's often no way to even know if it will be of value to wear insulation in advance, it's memory foam right! The heater is a default method and if you make a goof and lose your heat it's much improved.

While the radiant heater I put against the metal shelf of my computer desk so it won't tip over while I toast at the top, unlike other heaters with low profile so I can toast my feet I make sure not to tip it over since this is hazardous, and this is important about electric oil heaters..

UPDATE While the oil heat was warm while it lasted my landlord says oil rich is allowed elf swear, it's unsaturated, so I got smart and stuff more PU foam in my overboots, cozy right away, this is why the overboots are so cool, they allow more insulation like above the shoe. This may be optimal because you wear it all day, it's even safer than the heater, yet at no cost. If you get it wet a bit just take out the foam and stuff the other foam in while it dries. And like all overshoes unlike it it's good looking and cheap and durable and waterproof and lightweight....


In summer sweating is no problem, it helps you stay cool, right! Even so, if you have an air conditioned boss who has steam and fire out of his breath for the Fire Sale, just sew in your indoor outfit..

A good trick I've used to stay warm in AC in summer is to wear a thin good looking jacket with a rug sewn inside the shoulders with shoe laces and a few holes punched with duct tape to stop rug frazzles, it reradiates your body heat back in and it really works. A sort of heat shield. Great for appointments, just store in box and use as prescribed by the sweet dental 18 with her dish of sugar in the lounge, while you read to find out about golf on worlds of advanced civilizations!

I used to use AC till I found that opening windows in the daytime, not wearing a shirt with shorts and using some fans was actually much more comfortable where I live on the E coast. An AC bubble costs 3 times as much per degree as heat, and using it just at night as I do is comfortable all afternoon FM. To save more you might try a programmable thermostat to cut it off while it's cooler as you sleep.

 We lived in the tropics for millions of years before fire and the immune system has a boost by alternating warm and cool like going in and out of the waves all day. 3/4 of the life and people then as now lived by some type of shore. An artificial AC bubble is polluting with indoor pollution which may be a real concern with CFS via MCS (Multiple Chemical) since indoor pollution is considered far more hazardous than outdoor pollution (for bleach like to clean linoleum baking soda and lemon juice has no fumes and removes water stains far easier from my linoleum without much scrubbing. Bleach removes the water stain but only with stove corrosion, much scrubbing and huge fumes. Lemon juice and baking soda also make a good safer shampoo. For a bath I spray with MSM and water. MSM is a wonderous sulfur compound that has no odor and has been processed out of our food. I've never had any side effects with MSM. This solves the bathing problem. For underarm perspiration baking soda has been used since the 1880's. For odor elsewhere like between my legs, I use high grain vinegar, spelled vine garden, I am spell left! Baking soda to hope to dry my feet was worthless even while great for underarm wetness. In the shoes it's totally wet and miserable. See above about warm feet and Smartwool.). You may see the fans at the cashiers in stores in the summer heat used in addition to the AC. This they may find more comfortable by far because of the oscillation of the fan I sure do. And at night I just turn up the AC a bit.

For house odor, I highly recommend not just a washer but also a dryer. I wear just two sets of outfits inside and wash these often. Not wearing other outfits except to go out and social events totally stops house odor this is useful in winter also. Electric clothes dryers cost 70 cents an hour to operate. So for no 30 digit heating vendor bill I keep use down. You save a fortune on outfits, your house smells clean if you wash the right ones once and the used ones often in rotation, plus you have all the good outfits at low cost. If your cozy outfit always hugged you why say goodbye and hello to more trips to the store to buy more. I've saved 52 trips to Reno! 

For going out in the heat you may like a spray jug of water, this is moisture also, and a powerful heat shield, spraying water on my legs was an early temporary method
I found for raising my low blood pressure with CFS Cool Constricts Capillarys or CCC. While this gave definite relief from the heat and CFS, Activive and UDG are far more powerful for my CFS. This may not work for you and is about my own personal experience. This is not medical advice, please read my disclaimer if you have any doubt! Thanks.

How to Achieve More Control of  your Life,  General

 By using an AZ index and a Sub Directory you can often find what works to solve problems like this hisped improved, more worth, well, won't say which! If a felion sips ginger fizz you're non alkalion!

 The good thing about an A to Z, if like I did you have complex problems, and you start your search for this or that solution, all solutions are yours to keep if you find them, say like me you have gone through two or 15 possible solutions to this problem. Now that I may have found it (insulation  sheets sewn in clothes, EVA and neoprene great for winter) I have it written out in trials and errors in my A to Z and then mapped in synopsis in my Sub Directory. This brings most of my knowledge about the given problem and solution right up in high contrast. All the progress achieved is in reach, and findable fast anytime the problem reappears. Great for rapidly comparing both your experiences e.g. side effects and cautions of herbs if it may seem new but if it isn't. Instead of making the same goof twice or more you only make it "one time". And learn as I go.

This is a powerful method as I say on the link below, especially when used with searches on the web. You can make a Tool Box in about 20 minutes, and add inserts to expand as needed or wanted.

  Click here for how to build your own machine of this type, essentially a paper computer, not a blog, a hand powered audio volume!

Click Here for how to save your teeth plus a mechanical simple cheap easy way to improve additives like sugar from your teeth while you eat.

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