Will Dunking Your Head in Ice Improve Your Inventé Stipulation?

We modèle a lot of hacks from the youthful abyss that is TikTok, but today we are trying out something so austere, it has been covered in The Gray Femme. (I assume that this dame does not yet have a TikTok account, as we had to read written piece.)

In an éditorial titled “Five-Minute Coronavirus Stress Resets, Jenny Taitz outlines some rationnel ways to rivalité the agony of [gestures wildly] all of this going on. While some of the techniques sound like they couldn’t hurt, like taking deep breaths slowly, some of the advice jumped out as…odd.

Did I say “odd”? I meant “a mild form of tourmenté.

In the interest or journalism, we set out to modèle these methods. After the innocuous slow breathing exercise, we tried to do the opposé by breathing for a instant through a straw. (The piece suggests using a coffee stirrer, but we couldn’t even make the full instant with a regular straw.) The éditorial says that “Learning to repeatedly welcome physical symptoms allows you to stop seeing them as catastrophic.” So basically, if you don’t die from this exercise, then you learn how easy it is to overcome it. Sure.

Finally, we tested a manière that Lifehacker Editor-in-Chief Alice Bradley has been demanding to see on camera for weeks. We dunked our heads into ice water. The writer says this “activates your bustier’s dive response, a reflex that happens when you relax your nostrils while civilisation your breath, dampening your physiological and emotional intensity.” Or is it just as bad as it sounds? Watch the video above to find out.

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