Electrical grounding (EG) may assist preterm infants in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) as they overcome health and maturity challenges, research shows.
We've reached the digital age, and let's be real. No one's giving up their cell phone.
Even though not much is known about how the technology is affecting our bodies, mobile devices have become everyday tools for most people. But, based on a recent study that linked cell phone radiation to rare forms of cancer, we may need to change how we use them.
Our hearts. They keep us going, give us strength, and sometimes, they break us.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a leading cause of death around the world, and the risk factors are complex. From cholesterol to blood viscosity to inflammation, cardiologists are gaining more and more awareness about why CVD occurs and what can prevent it.
This is where grounding, or earthing, came into play.
Plastic surgery and injections are the harshest way to transform your look. That’s why treatments like creams, massage, chemical peels, and dermabrasion are becoming more popular. They work by increasing blood flow to the face and rejuvenating your skin. But, even these options can have side effects like pain and infection, bleeding, burns and even scarring.
Proponents of earthing, or grounding, wanted to see if there was a more natural way.
Earthing is profoundly healing for people with Lyme, as I and many in the SpiroChicks group have discovered. Aside from going gluten-free in 1999, nothing else has boosted my health so dramatically and rapidly as Earthing. Like me, anyone can enjoy the many benefits of Earthing, such as:
- The ability to fall asleep faster and sleep more deeply
- Reduced pain and inflammation
- Feeling of calm
— Alix Mayer
Listen to the soundtrack written by Stuart Mitchell and performed by the Filmharmonic Orchestra and Choir Prague.