(NaturalNews) The world is surrounded by magnetic fields generated by the earth, solar storms, changes in the weather and everyday electrical devices. Recently, scientists have discovered that external magnetic fields can affect the body in both positive and negative ways, and the clinical observations are serious eye openers.
Positive magnetic fields and their effects
Examples of positive magnetic fields that one may experience on a day-to-day basis include:
The frequency at which a magnetic field is pulsed determines whether or not it is harmful. For example, the frequency of the electrical current used in homes in the United States is 60 cycles per second, or hertz (HZ). In contrast, normal frequencies of the human brain during waking hours range from 8 to 22 Hz, while in sleep they can drop to as low as 2 Hz.
The higher frequencies present in artificial electrical currents may disturb the brain's natural resonant frequencies and in time lead to cellular fatigue.
The physiological effects of positive magnetic fields include:
Produces oxygen deficiency
Evokes cellular edema
Often exacerbates existing symptoms
Accelerates microorganism replication; speeds up infections
Increases pain and inflammation
Governs wakefulness and action
Evokes catabolic hormone production
Produces toxic end-products of metabolism
Produces free radicals
Speeds up electrical activity of the brain
The power and proximity of positive magnetic fields to your energy field are very important, and sources should be investigated with a Gauss meter to understand their frequency. In addition to that, understanding how to "neutralize" these positive magnetic fields becomes very important.
Positive magnetic fields have been associated with cancer, depression, chromosomal abnormalities, inflammation and learning difficulties.
Negative magnetic fields and their effects
Examples of negative magnetic fields that one may experience on a day-to-day basis include:
Earth material (soil, rock, salt)
Bodies of water (ocean, lake, river)
The physiological effects of negative magnetic fields include:
Resolves cellular edema
Usually reduces symptoms
Inhibits microorganism replication; slows down infections
Reduces pain and inflammation
Governs rest, relaxation, and sleep
Evokes anabolic hormone production -- melatonin and growth hormone
Clears metabolically produced toxins out of the body
Eliminates free radicals
Slows down electrical activity of the brain
In order to experience the most benefits of negative magnetic fields, one should put their bare skin in direct contact with grass, soil, sand or bodies of water. Failing that, one should look into available grounding technologies.
Negative magnetic field therapy has been used effectively in the treatment of:
Infections and inflammation
Headaches and migraines
Insomnia and other sleep disorders
Fractures and pain
Understanding the sources of negative and positive magnetic frequencies and how to avoid and use them effectively is a key component to an overall wellness plan. Identify the worst offenders and avoid them as much as possible, and keep in touch with the earth to discharge them appropriately.
Sources for this article include:
Trivieri, Larry. Alternative Medicine: The Definitive Guide. Ed. John W. Anderson. 2nd ed. Berkeley, CA: Celestial Arts, 2002.
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