All About Positive and Negative Emitters in Your Home


This is not about looking for invisible spirits under the table or in the wardrobe.

Electromagnetic pollutants are the basis of harmful effects in our homes. Radio, TV, satellites, remote-controlled devices – all these emit electromagnetic waves. We don’t see them, but our body feels them. Some of them are positive, beneficial (sun and light, without which our lives are unthinkable), others are harmful and parasitic and put pressure on us.

Still, we cannot get rid of our TVs or home appliances, since most families have a computer, a microwave, and a bunch of other home appliances. Then, how could we possibly coexist with electricity without harming us?

The solution, experts say, might be to ensure maximum grounding.

Metal objects are conductors of radioelectricity.

But if you have a lampshade placed on the floor, it could act as an antenna.

If you want to sleep well, position your bed at least one meter away from any power source. This is extremely important as we spend an average of 56 hours a week in bed. Sleep is a remedy for physical and mental fatigue. And, to prevent it from disturbing or interrupting, put your bed about ten inches away from the wall. Your head doesn’t have to be pointing north. However, it is essential to move it periodically; if possible, put it on wheels. It is best to sleep with your head to the east.

Also, avoid placing a mirror against your bed. The mirror surfaces increase radiation tenfold.

The objects that surround us – fabrics, paintings, colors, can be compared to invisible antennas that could affect humans. Very often, people who have loaded the walls of their home with decorative plates or paintings are literally “suffocated” without knowing the source of their discomfort.

Mobile phones and radio alarms are a particular catalyst for harmful broadcasts.

Interior specialists have also found that high-rise buildings are a generator of tension and depression. For example, the most comfortable are the apartments located on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors. And the worst is living on the 7th floor or above.

Teenagers’ rooms are also stressful when the walls are covered with posters of activist groups and singers or horror movie scenes. Teens do not know it.

Every human leaves a part of himself in his home, furnishing it with a lot of love for his character, interests, and mood.

As the phrase says, “My house is my fortress,” we should pick wisely our household items.

To help heal your interior, avoid screaming colors, especially on large surfaces.

It is not necessary to paint your whole house white; for example, tint it with pale orange, as yellow color is an excellent remedy for depression.

In small doses, the red color stimulates culinary art and tones it.

A blue ceiling relaxes your nervous system, but if your walls are brown, black, or brightly painted, you will have a hard time living in your home.

It is also good to perfume your home. A few drops of essence dissolved in water and sprayed on a carpet or wooden wall have a beneficial effect on the air inside your home.

Also, listen to the plants in your home – they are excellent indicators.

In a bad atmosphere, geraniums and nutmeg immediately turn yellow. The Philodendron fades in polluted and smoky rooms, and azalea blooms only in “healthy” homes.

Finally, be sure to regularly clean the aspirator filter, siphons, and other various household items.

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