Health Tips - Electricity in Bedrooms

Electricity in Bedrooms

People tend to live in a sea of electronics, computers, radiation and wireless technology. These have a big impact on the electrical field of the body 다크룸. Bodies need a rest from this type of interference to go into a repair or healing state at night. In order to survive well and keep from premature aging, bodies must be allowed to fully repair during sleep 용사의 탑. Electrical stress can contribute to headaches, insomnia, fatigue, and all manner of illness.

Ideally in your bedroom, you would:

  • Use a battery operated alarm clock instead of an electric alarm clock Kaspersky Free. If you must use an electric clock, place it over six feet from your bed.
  • Take out all unnecessary machines such as computers, printers, T.V.’s, radios, stereos etc 아브라카다브라. (Remind yourself of what the purpose of a bedroom is by reading Purpose of a Bedroom) 거북선 mp3 다운로드. If they must be in the room for any reason, aim for six feet away from your bed.
  • Never use electric blankets. There are so many cozy wool and cotton comforters to use instead 성경 프로그램!
  • Keep any heating or massage equipment unplugged during sleep.
  • Try not to place anything electrical near your bed except for a lamp that can be dimmed confluence 다운로드.
  • Never use waterbeds as they require heaters.
  • Arrange bedroom furniture so that the head of beds are against walls with no major electronics on the other side of the wall in the next room Download Ild GoodDoctor. As the other side of the wall is inches away, look for any electric panel, electric meter, refrigerator, freezer, television, computer, air conditioning unit or any other device that would produce electromagnetic stress during sleeping hours 자바 가상 머신.

Before moving into a living space, have the neighborhood and building checked for high levels of electromagnetic and wireless radiation, such as from high tension wires 윈도우 퀵타임. Once in your living space, handle any electrical problems as soon as you notice them.

Read the other health tips in my sleep and bedrooms series to learn how to keep your bedroom healthful and restful.

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