Pocket Guide To: Earthing and Grounding

This little pocket guide will help educate you on the benefits of Earthing and Grounding. Click here for a complete guide to Earthing and Grounding. In it I will unearth more information, but this will get you started and put you on the fast track.

What is Earthing and Grounding?

Earthing can provide natural healing and the best part is it is free. Long ago, before thick rubber soled sneakers were invented; people roamed the earth bare foot. What these individuals did not know is the benefits the earth provides.

The earth provides a natural source of energy which allows our bodies to stay connected and grounded. When we have direct contact with the earth our entire body readjusts to a new functioning level and begins to thrive.

In modern day society we are frequently cooped up indoors, rarely see the sunlight which can leave our bodies drained and feeling disconnected. When we have a rare opportunity to be outdoors, we are insulated in rubber sneakers.

How does Earthing and Grounding Work?

Our bodies are primarily made up of minerals and water. This makes us a powerful conductor of electrons. When we make direct contact with the earth’s surface we receive these electrons this is known as Earthing.

Grounding can be done through modern Earthing technology and is another way to receive the benefits from the earth’s surface while being indoors.

Why does Earthing and Grounding Work?

No matter which one you choose, it works by reducing environmental electromagnetic fields (EMF’s).

Who Can Benefit From Earthing and Grounding?

Almost everyone can receive benefits from both Earthing and Grounding.
You might want to give it a try if you have:

  • Chronic inflammation
  • Chronic Pain or fatigue
  • Poor sleep
  • Heartburn or acid reflux
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Asthma or chronic bronchitis
  • Patients recovering from surgery
  • DOM’s sufferers

*This is an abbreviated list. For a more comprehensive list please check back for the Guide to Earthing and Grounding, soon to be released.

How Do You Do Earthing and Grounding?

Earthing:

  • Grass
  • Soil
  • Sidewalk
  • Sand
  • Salt water
  • Concrete surfaces such as the basement

In Earthing, primarily the feet are used as a conductor. Give it a try for twenty to thirty minutes. You can do this two to three times a day for more benefits. If you have compromised health do it longer.

Grounding:

  • Floor/desk mats
  • Sheets
  • Mouse pads

*To receive benefits from Earthing technology; it must be grounded to electric outlets, or plugs that make direct contact to the earth. Grounding items will come with specified instructions.

Tips:

  • Try your hands on the ground
  • Avoid areas that have fertilizers and pesticides
  • Carpeting, painted surfaces, wood and asphalt are non-conductive surfaces
  • For better conductivity moisten the soil or grass

Notice:

I encourage you to give this a try and think outside the box. Please consult with your doctor if you have a serious medical condition.

Give it a try and share your experience. Please leave a comment below.

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