5 Health Benefits of Grounding

If you are busy at work all day, you probably are not “grounded” and this can cause and contribute to the development of many health issues. To start benefiting from grounding, learn how to practice grounding or earthing and make it a daily part of your life.

As you continue to practice grounding, you will not only feel “centered” and have a more focused mind; you will also experience many healthy benefits including, but not limited, to these five.

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Practice Grounding for Your Health

When you think of the word “grounding”, you normally think of how we keep ourselves safe from getting electrocuted inside our homes and work places. Actually, it works for the human body too.

Grounding, also called Earthing, is a practice that benefits our health. Unfortunately, in our modern world, we don’t do much of this or none at all. For example, when was the last time you walked barefoot on the ground, or on the grass?

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A Healthy YOU

When a family member gets sick, it is not just the sick individual who gets affected, the whole family gets affected as well. Aside from the emotional and psychological stress, it also affects the  family lifestyle. Each member of the family plays a specific role.  So, the presence of illness disrupts the everyday functioning of the family.  For example, if the mother who prepares the meal for the family gets sick, someone else needs to take her place. If the person who gets sick is the head of the family, it may result to economic problems so somebody else needs to take over as the breadwinner.

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1 Pound Fat = 3,500 Calories

Your body needs energy to keep moving.  It gets the energy that you need from calories from food. The calories that you eat are then converted to physical energy that fuels your every movement. Those that were not used are stored in the body as fats.

Weight management is all about balancing the calories that you consume with those that you burn. If your food intake is greater than what you burn then you gain weight.  If you eat less, then you lose weight.Read More »

Drinking Water

About 60% of our body is made up of water. Without water, every cell in our body will cease to function.  Although the amount of water that you need to drink varies per individual depending on certain factors such as lifestyle and the weather; on average, a person needs to drink at least eight 8 oz. glasses of water a day.

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