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By getting in touch with nature, the body will be made more resilient in dealing with different problems. This will allow the empath to be vigorous and healthy all the time.
If you spend time in nature, these are the benefits that you can receive:
You can usually sleep better
The circadian rhythms will be normalized
Hormone-related symptoms will be reduced
Be protected against EMF
You can help stop yourself from snoring
Internal inflammation can be significantly reduced
You can increase the amount of energy you usually get
Get rid of muscle tension
Get rid of headaches
Allows your body to heal faster
If you would immerse yourself in nature more, you will realize that you do not get the negative energy of other people as easily as before. Allow yourself to be exposed to view and do it more often than before....... Full Article:
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The subject demonstrated statistically reliable somatic reactions in response to exposure to subliminal EMFs under conditions that reasonably excluded a causative role for psychological processes.
EMF hypersensitivity can occur as a bona fide environmentally inducible neurological syndrome.
Letter to the editor: electromagnetic hypersensitivity. [Int J Neurosci. 2012]
PMID: 21793784 DOI: 10.3109/00207454.2011.608139
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People who are electrosensitive (sensitive to rf radiation and other strong EMF fields) – and those who are not (yet) electrosensitive but do not wish to be exposed to these fields, or to expose senior citizens or children to them – often find it hard, if not impossible, to receive even routine medical care.
The reasons include:
Increasing use of strong wifi in medical offices and hospitals
Physician use of wifi-enabled laptops, tablets, and cell phones in close proximity to patients
Antennas and cell towers located next to or on top of health facilities
Use of cell phones in waiting rooms and patient care rooms
Use of strong routers in medical offices for enhanced wifi and other wireless devices, located in or near waiting rooms and patient care rooms.
Wireless televisions in waiting rooms.
People who are electrosensitive can develop, within seconds of exposure to strong rf radiation fields (above 0.003 milliwatts per meter squared) many unpleasant symptoms. These may include headaches, heart palpitations that can cause a feeling of weakness, dizziness, disorientation, fainting, nausea, prickling of the skin on the head, a flu-like feeling, ringing of the ears, vision changes, changes in blood pressure, insomnia later that night, and more … and these may last weeks following the initial exposure. These symptoms may also be felt by persons not electrosensitive, as rf radiation, to this degree, does not occur naturally on earth, and according to the results of thousands of scientific studies, all biological beings can be negatively impacted. In addition to feeling ill while in the presence of this strong, unhealthful rf radiation exposure, the World Health Organization, the National Toxicology Program, and State of CA Department of Health have determined, based on examination of the results of independent research, that this type of radiation is also a significant cancer risk.
This situation may be seen as comparable to not having ramps for people in wheelchairs or with problems walking up stairs, once a hindrance for those wanting to access public places, including medical offices and hospitals.
When reporting this problem to the local medical provider(s), do so with a witness present, if possible, and you may consider audio or video taping their response, for your own record.
What can be done? We urge you to:
Protest this unhealthful situation with your local physicians and hospitals
Request that the office shut off its internet routers while you are there.
Request that the office not allow people to use cell phones in the waiting room, with large posted signs.
File a discrimination complaint with the Office of Civil Rights.
File a discrimination complaint with your state (see your state discrimination laws impacting the disabled).
File a complaint with the (federal) Office of the Inspector General (The Office of Inspector General is at the forefront of the Nation’s efforts to fight waste, fraud and abuse in Medicare, Medicaid and more than 300 other U.S. Department of Health & Human Services programs. )
File a State Medical Board complaint regarding lack of access.
For more information on discrimination law and filing suggestions,........
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Acute findings in an acquired neurosensory dysfunction. (2018) Hoffer ME et al. (2018) Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology. Dec 12, 2018. Open Access. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/lio2.231
Individual variation in temporal relationships between exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields and non-specific physical symptoms: A new approach in studying ‘electrosensitivity’. (2018) Bogers RP. Environ Int. 2018 Sep 15;121(Pt 1):297-307. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30227317
Diplomats’ Mystery Illness and Pulsed Radiofrequency/Microwave Radiation. (2018) Golomb BA. Neural Comput. 2018 Sep 5:1-104. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30183509
Neurological Manifestations Among US Government Personnel Reporting Directional Audible and Sensory Phenomena in Havana, Cuba.(2018) Swanson RL et al. . JAMA. 2018 Mar 20;319(11):1125-1133. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29450484
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Building Healthy Bridges: The Continuity of Care Initiative
A Peer, Volunteer and Influencer run stabilization program filling in the identified gaps within the Recovery, Crisis and Detox aspects of the Healthcare System that encourage Undernutrition, Food Toxicity, Synthetic Drug Toxicity, Nature Deficit Disorder, Crime and Homelessness.
Currently seeking support from those within Healthcare, Fitness, Mental Health Recovery, Organic Food, Lodging, Farming and Forestry.
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for clean air, safe water, land protection, and a vibrant natural world.
for environmental and social justice.
in getting people outside to enjoy the outdoors.
We all need nature.
The Sierra Club creates opportunities for everyone to experience the transformative power of the outdoors.
Getting outdoors improves our mental, physical, and social health. Let us help you fall in love with a new corner of the world, whether it's near or far. #OutdoorsForAll
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Author: American Association of Suicidology (AAS) with the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism
Publisher: American Association of Suicidology (AAS)
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At AMC, connecting you to the freedom and exhilaration of the outdoors is our calling. We invite and help people of all ages and abilities to explore and develop a deep appreciation of the natural world. AMC helps you get outdoors on your own, with family and friends, and through activities close to home and beyond. With chapters from Maine to Washington, D.C., including groups in Boston, New York City, and Philadelphia, you can enjoy activities like hiking, paddling, cycling, and skiing, and learn new outdoor skills. We offer advice, guidebooks, maps, and unique lodges and huts to inspire your next outing. You will also have the opportunity to support our conservation advocacy and research, youth programming, and work maintaining 1,800 miles of trails. We invite you to join us in the outdoors.
Founded in 1876, the Appalachian Mountain Club promotes the protection, enjoyment, and understanding of the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of America’s Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.
We believe these resources have intrinsic worth and also provide recreational opportunities, spiritual renewal, and ecological and economic health for the region. Because successful conservation depends on active engagement with the outdoors, we encourage people to experience, learn about, and appreciate the natural world.
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Thank you for making a donation. DanceSafe is a non-profit organization, and we rely on contributions from people just like you so we can continue our harm reduction work.
DanceSafe turned 20 in 2018! And in those twenty years, we’ve enhanced countless lives through peer education and direct outreach. We’ve distributed thousands of pieces of unbiased, fact-based drug and sexual health literature, hundred of thousands of free condoms and ear plugs, and prevented countless medical transports by offering onsite drug checking to festival attendees. We are taking active steps to dismantle rape culture in the nightlife communities through our #WeLoveConsent program, and we are helping change policy with the Amend the RAVE Act campaign. We are peers educating peers, and we are passionate about the health and safety of our beautiful nightlife communities.
In 1998, when founder Emanuel Sferios created DanceSafe, it was the second entity in the world after the Dutch Government to provide onsite drug checking services at events. In its two decades of existence, DanceSafe has grown to be the largest US-based harm reduction organization in North America, and has gathered strength in numbers with over 1,000 trained volunteers and counting. DanceSafe is currently the only 501(c)(3) public health non-profit using test kit sales to fund health education and harm reduction. Every dollar of profit from our test kit sales, and every dollar donated by you, goes back into the organization so we can continue providing free harm reduction services to our communities.
Our strength is in our numbers, and our mission is carried out by our numerous DanceSafe Chapters across the country. We currently serve 25 geographic locations across the United States and Canada, where DanceSafe Volunteers, through their local DanceSafe Chapter, provide peer education and free harm reduction services at nightlife events, musical festivals, conferences, and more.
Now, more than ever, DanceSafe’s services are needed to combat the negative, and oftentimes fatal, consequences of the Drug War. With the state of today’s unregulated drug markets, driven underground by prohibitionist policies, adulteration and misrepresentation are at an all-time high.
Fentanyl and its highly potent analogues are proliferating, and are being found in MDMA, cocaine, ketamine, and more. The data cannot be denied–public health and government officials, politicians, law enforcement, prosecutors, and the public are beginning to recognize the importance of harm reduction, and specifically drug checking, as a legitimate public health tool. Drug checking prevents adverse medical incidents and even death. Let’s face it–drug use will always occur, so why not address it in an effective, pragmatic, and compassionate way that can actually save lives?
Every dollar donated to DanceSafe is tax deductible and is a direct way that you, the donor, can have a tangible impact on your beloved nightlife community–with your help, DanceSafe can reach even more communities
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Help Marcos Mobile Music Therapy Become a reality by making a donation. We are seeking a tour bus/motor home to go on tour helping the Homeless, Recovery Homes and the Environment.
Get your free music mix as a sample and free gift today at : https://www.house-mixes.com/profile/dj%20marco%20andre
We will be providing:
Outreach and Education
Peer Support, Counseling, Referrals
and work with Mobile Farmers Markets growing and delivering fresh nutritious food.
See the blogs below for memberships/affiliations we will be working with, to make this happen and accomplish our Outreach and Education goals.
Samples of our work, current outreach and education materials:
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A Charity for Mothers and Children
We provide lifesaving vitamins to mothers and children under five at risk of malnutrition — reducing preventable illness, blindness, and death — to create a healthier world.
Vote with your dollars, order Vitamin Code, Garden of Life Products today and also support Vitamin Angels.
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