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 I've received some strange looks from the neighbors while doing this in the middle of a northern Wisconsin winter, standing in a couple feet of snow, when the temperature is well below freezing.  I like to follow it up by rubbing myself down with handfuls of snow.

 In the summer, it's also a fantastic way to cool off.  If you're sick, you might douse as often as every couple of hours.

Here's a great way to try it out, using a method known as "cold water dousing."  At least once a day (but preferably twice), fill up a bucket with water as cold as you can get it from the faucet.  Breathe in, pour the water over your head, and breathe out.  Repeat as desired.  Don't warm yourself up immediately, but spend a minute or so practicing deep breathing.

It's convenient to do this right after a shower, before you get out and dry off.  If you are able to do it outside, I'd encourage you to do so.

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