Hot Water Cure for Insomnia (Feb, 1933)

Then frat-boys realized they could use this very technique to get their drunk friends to piss themselves and college never smelled the same again.

Hot Water Cure for Insomnia

A NEW way of curing insomnia by hot baths to the arms only instead of to the whole body has been devised by a German physician. To use the arm-bath method, the victim of insomnia is laid on a narrow bed or bath table so that both arms can lie in hot water at a temperature of about 95 degrees, Fahrenheit. The temperature of the water is then raised slowly until the bath reaches 110 or 115 degrees. After a few minutes the patient is put to bed.

1 comment
  1. Christoph says: December 30, 20103:16 pm

    After a few minutes more, the patient wets his pants.

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