Study Shows What Happens To The Body When We Walk Barefoot On Earth – IT’S AMAZING!
Some people practice standing on the ground without shoes and socks, the process of which is so-called grounding. So, they are trying to get a powerful negative charge coming from the ground. This charge is a flow of electrons with antioxidant properties, which destroys free radicals.
In the photo below, you see an improvement in facial blood circulation (right) after a 20-minute stay barefoot on the ground, recorded using laser spectral analysis with contrast, writes Collective-Evolution.
The dark blue color on the photo indicates low blood circulation, while the dark red is a sign of high blood flow.
A scientist at the University of Pittsburgh, an expert in energy medicine James Oskman states:
“Subjective reports that walking barefoot on the Earth enhances health and provides feelings of well-being can be found in the literature and practices of diverse cultures from around the world. For a variety of reasons, many individuals are reluctant to walk outside barefoot, unless they are on holiday at the beach.”
If you think about it, it makes sense, because nature does not conceive any protective coating for our feet. When you stand barefoot on the ground, a stream of negatively charged electrons pass through your feet and heels, the same as there are in the earth’s crust.
What does science say about it?
A 2012 research study published in the Journal of Environmental and Public Health argues that the Earth’s ground can well cure various chronic diseases. Contact with the ground serves as a natural remedy for stress, autonomic nervous system disorders, pain, insomnia, heart rhythm disturbances, blood coagulation, cardiovascular and other diseases.
Researchers believe that grounding can be just as an important factor for the human health as staying in fresh air, sunbathing, eating nutritious food, and physical activity.
Scientists at the Department of Neurosurgery from the Military Clinical Hospital in Powstancow Warszawy, Poland, have found out that the concentration of urea in the blood is lower for those who are “grounded” (connected by copper wires to the ground) during exercise, and it also helps the trainees to recover better.
Scientists concluded that grounding during exercise prevents the disintegration of liver proteins and promotes the release of urea, accelerates protein metabolism, which positively affects the nitrogen balance in the body.
This phenomenon is important for understanding the nature of metabolic processes in the human body and could affect the design of training programs for athletes.
Researchers from the Developmental and Cell Biology Department at the University of California in Irvine has published data according to which grounding improves blood flow in the face area. As already mentioned, the grounding reduces the viscosity of the blood, which is the main factor in the occurrence of cardiovascular diseases.
According to another study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, grounding can even be the main regulator of the human endocrine and nervous system.
It is said that the process of grounding reduces or even prevents the symptoms of inflammation that accompany the disease: redness, fever, sweating, pain, loss of function.
Scientists suggest that a connection to the ground facilitates the penetration of free electrons from its surface into the body that have antioxidant properties.
According to scientists, electrons surround the damaged area and slow down or prevent the destruction of tissues by active forms of oxygen. The electrons of the soil can also fight the so-called slow inflammation.
There is a huge amount of research that confirms that grounding can have both an anti-aging effect, and improve sleep, the state of the cardiovascular system and much more.
“This simple process of grounding is one of the most potent antioxidants we know of. Grounding has been shown to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, improve sleep, enhance well being, and much, much more. Unfortunately, many living in developed countries are rarely grounded anymore.” – Dr. Joseph Mercola
During grounding, the daily rhythm of stress hormone production, cortisol, is normalized. Cortisol helps the body respond to stress and control blood sugar, regulate metabolism and remember better.
How can you “ground” yourself
For most of our life we wear shoes with rubber or plastic soles. These materials are used to insulate electrical wires. They also “isolate” us from the ground with which we are closely connected.
So, in order to ground yourself, you need to wear shoes made of natural materials or go barefoot on sand, grass, soil, on concrete or ceramic surface.