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How Your Body Generates Electricity

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How Your Body Generates Electricity:

Grounding and Earthing:

Story at-a-glance:

Your body’s production of electricity allows your cells to communicate and perform basic biological functions necessary for your survival.

Your cells generate electrical charges via electrolytes like sodium and potassium using a mechanism known as the “sodium-potassium gate”.

You can harness the electrical charge of the Earth to positively influence your health in numerous ways via grounding, also known as earthing.

Grounding has been shown to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, improve sleep, enhance well-being, and much more.

The easiest way to stay grounded is to walk barefoot outdoors on a natural surface such as grass, sand, or soil.

By Dr. Mercola

Your body is capable of generating electricity, and this ability is actually a key part of your achieving health. Electricity allows your nervous system to send signals to your brain. These signals are actually electrical charges that are delivered from cell to cell, allowing for nearly instantaneous communication.

The messages conducted via electrical signals in your body are responsible for controlling the rhythm of your heartbeat, the movement of blood around your body, and much more.

Your biological clock even uses electrical activity in order to help keep your circadian rhythms in order.1 You are, quite simply, an electrical being. If electrical activity stops in your body, you cannot survive. But how, exactly, does this electrical activity take place?

Read More: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/03/01/body-electricity-grounding.aspx

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Not to derail but fapping could cause an overload then? hehe but seriously people say they experience an energy loss after it's all over... Could be a charging up and then release of an energetic sexual electricity!

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