Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Are You Sleeping in a Sanctuary?

by Faith Ranoli
Host of Heart & Home Thursdays, 1pm PT on http://www.healthylife.net

The one room in the house where we typically spend the most time is the bedroom. We sleep or rest on average seven hours a night, usually our pet sleeps just as long as we do in the bedroom with us. This time of rest is essential for the body to regenerate, and to renew itself.

Many studies have shown the importance of a healthy immune system and it's reliance on a good night's sleep. But what if your bedroom is emitting an energy field that has a toxic impact on your body's or your pet's body's energy field?

Will your body or our pet's, find that rest and regeneration it needs to keep you healthy? Most people do not think about the electrical or magnetic fields surrounding them, especially when sleeping.

Here are 8 things you can do to create a safer environment in which to sleep:

o Move your digital clock at least 6 feel from the bed.

o If crating a pet use a plastic crate and pay attention to the outlets that are near where you have placed the crate.

o Ensure your home's electrical system is grounded and in good working order.

o Move electrical appliances such as lamps, radios, TV's and cell phones away from the bed.

o Turn off all wireless devices, digital baby monitors, cordless phones, wireless headsets, and Bluetooth devices.

o Only use an electric blanket or waterbed heater to warm the bed then turn them off.

o Replace metal box springs with non-metal platforms.

o Install an electrical demand switch that turns off the electrical power to outlets around your bed.

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