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How ‘earthing’ could help you relieve stress

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We’ve all heard that in order to reduce stress, we should “reconnect with nature.” However, science suggests that we may not be taking this advice literally enough.

The practice of “earthing” involves physically connecting to nature, from walking barefoot through the woods to lying in the grass. The practice allows electrons on the earth’s surface to flow through the body. Sound silly? A study in the Journal of Environmental and Public Health found earthing to provide “intriguing physiological changes” leading to better sleep, reduced stress and even reduced pain.

Try kicking off your shoes for a short earthing session today.

– Haley Helveston, Holistic Health with Haley

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Debora Parker February 23, 2018 - 3:36 pm

“Earthing” is not a new concept, and thousands have been living healthier lives by taking advantage of this natural modality that can be free to all. It has been suggested that Earthing or being grounded may be ‘the most important health discovery ever’. Regular grounding (bare skin contact with the Earth) restores the body’s natural electrical state, calms the nervous system, reduces inflammation, and improves circulation. No pill on Earth can do what Mother Nature does!

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