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Getting rid of that Yuck feeling with Grounding
Grounding, otherwise known as “Earthing” is excellent for getting rid of that “Yuck” feeling that you get when you’ve been exposed to too much of everything. Too much time indoors, too much time around electronics, and too much time around negative people.
We highly recommend spending time outside grounding yourself to get rid of this Yuck feeling. Studies show that being in nature can reduce the risk of many health issues and promote overall good health. The simple act of walking barefoot or sitting on the grass is called “Grounding” or “Earthing” and studies show that reconnecting our bodies with the electrons in nature can vastly improve our health and wellbeing and will go a long way in dispersing that Yuck.
However, sometimes it’s not possible for us to get outside and soak up nature. There are a lot of us that live in areas that have very little green. And many of us just don’t make time in our daily lives to step outside and breathe.
Using music and healing frequencies is another way to help ground you and get rid of that Yuck. Listening to this and our other videos can help you keep that yuck from dragging you down. Combining healing frequencies, music, and nature and you are on your way to better health and well-being.
Tips for using isochronic tones:
- Do not use while driving or operating heavy equipment or machinery
- Set aside the appropriate amount of listening time in a quiet and relaxing place where you feel safe and will not be disturbed.
- Headphones are not required for isochronic tones but may be used.
- Listen at a comfortable level.
- Never listen while in the tub, spa, or pool.
Grounding is also a good way to relieve stress.
A lot of us feel stress every day.
Normally we experience what’s called Acute Stress which is short term and goes quickly away. Acute stress is usually caused by stress factors called “Stressors” such as when you have a sudden scare like when a bee flies in your face or a spider is next to you. Stressors trigger your fight or flight response.
Chronic stress, however, is one of the most dangerous states for us to be in. Chronic stress can cause serious health problems including hidden problems like:
- Heart Disease
- High blood pressure
- Autoimmune Disease
But stress can also present itself as physical symptoms such as:
- Weight gain or loss
- Diarrhea or constipation
- Frequent aches and pains
- Sexual problems
- Menstrual problems
- Trouble sleeping
- Depression or anxiety
Someone under chronic stress could experience:
- Angry outbursts
- Feelings of being overwhelmed
- Irritability or anger
- Sadness or depression
- Social withdrawal
- Changes in sex drive
- Chest pain
- Lack of motivation and focus
Chronic stress can be brought on by stressors such as those relating to money problems, difficulties with school or work, and unhappy relationships. It brings on feelings of frustration, anger, nervousness, or hopelessness.
Amazingly, we don’t consider chronic stress as a factor when we experience the above symptoms. Most of the time we blame an illness such as colds, flu, even allergies as the cause.
More and more studies are finding that daily meditation practice is important for lowering stress and anxiety, decreasing blood pressure, improving sleep, and your overall health. Isochronic tones are a great tool to use while meditating to help you achieve a more relaxed state.
Isochronic tones are a form of brain entrainment and can bring your mind down to a slower state similar to those which you experience while watching your favorite tv show when you are in that twilight between awake and sleep, and even a deep sleep state. Science is finding that listening to music also can help you relax even more and improve your stress and anxiety
There are so many ways to meditate and it doesn’t require you to spend a lot of time doing it. Just taking five minutes a day to stop and breathe goes a long way to helping reduce chronic stress. Studies also show that soft, soothing music is one of the best ways to reduce stress, lower your heart rate, blood pressure, and reduce your cortisol levels.
Isochronic tones have been proven to be a safe and effective way of reducing stress, pain, and helping achieve a more relaxing state. However, as with any audio that contains hypnotic, meditative, or deeply relaxing material or subject matter, you should consult with your doctor to make sure it is safe for you to use.
Some people are more sensitive to certain tones and may find they can cause an adverse reaction. If you find you have a sensitivity to any tone, please discontinue use.