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When: September 11th, 5pm – 10pm (rain date of Sunday, September 12th)
Where: The Community Growing Center, 22 Vinal Ave, Somerville MA, Union Square
Who: Groundwork Somerville benefit featuring: Mark Santoro, Dylan Chace, DJ Marco Andre, Christian McNeill and the Redeemers, Redbones BBQ and Dave’s Fresh Pasta!
Cost: $20 at the door
Additional information: Local Door Prizes, activities by The Swapaholics and Somerville Local First, and LOTS of fun!!
Come support Groundwork Somerville at our annual Local Roots Food and Music Festival on September 11th from 5pm-10pm at the Growing Center (22 Vinal Ave, Somerville – Union Square).
This incredible fundraiser helps to sustain our green community efforts such as the Green Team youth jobs program!
There will be several local musicians showcasing their talents: to name a few – Mark Santoro, Dylan Chace, Christian McNeill and The Redeemers, and DJ Marco Andre in his Somerville debut!
In addition to great music there will be several incredible and unique door prizes such as locally made syrup, Groundwork Somerville gear and a grand mystery prize donated by a local business! Also several other local organizations such as Somerville Local First and The Swapaholics will be there to showcase their own community and sustainability efforts.
Somerville Local First will be putting on an activity to demonstrate the actual impact of buying locally. SLF will have visitors ‘deposit’ the extra $25 that stays in our community from each $100 in local purchases into boxes representing local uses.
This exercise will show what tremendous impact buying local can have and also give individuals the ability to speak about their priorities in our community. Groundwork Somerville will host various activities to get us thinking about our local impact!
Redbones BBQ and Dave’s Fresh Pasta were even kind enough to donate some delicious treats; there will be options for vegetarians!
Suggested donation of $20
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What is benign fasciculation syndrome?
It is a neurological disorder characterized by fasciculations, or twitching of various voluntary muscles in the body
What are the symptoms of the syndrome?
Since many times this is a chronic disorder, it may lead to a variety of other signs and symptoms that might include generalized fatigue, muscle pain, exercise intolerance, or paresthesias, which is the prickly, burning, pins and needles, tingling feeling. The disorder also can cause muscle spasms, cramping, muscle stiffness, myoclonic jerks (a sudden, involuntary muscle spasm), itching or shakiness in the muscles. Additionally, symptoms may include those of anxiety such as globus, which is the sensation of having something stuck in the back of the throat. Headaches or shortness of breath also have been associated with this condition.
The symptoms may last for months or even years. In some cases, symptoms may linger or may come and go with periods of remission, while other times the symptoms may be prominent. In some instances, remission periods may become longer over time with symptomatic episodes occurring less and less.
The symptoms and severity differ from person-to-person.
What causes the twitching, numbness or tingling that people with the condition have?
By definition, BFS is idiopathic, which means that there is no known cause. There are certain medications that may trigger fasciculations but do not cause BFS. These may include Dramamine, Benadryl, Sudafed, Nortriptyline, Ritalin, or beta agonists of which the latter are a class of medications that are commonly used to relax the muscles of the airways and result in easier breathing in those people whom may have a history of asthma, bronchitis or emphysema, for example.
Fasciculations also may be due to trauma or an injury or may be symptoms of anxiety or depression. Some studies have suggested that there is a link to other stress-related conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome, heartburn and headaches. There are also some people who lack certain minerals, including magnesium or calcium, who also may develop fasciculations or even muscle cramps. Fasciculations also have been linked to strenuous exercise, alcohol, cigarette smoking, fatigue, excessive caffeine intake or in the setting of an underlying sleep disorder...... https://www.baltimoresun.com/health/bs-hs-expert-benign-fasciculation-syndrome-20180925-story.html
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Exposure to electrosmog generated by electric,
electronic, and wireless technology is accelerating to
the point that a portion of the population is experienc-
ing adverse reactions when they are exposed. The symp-
toms of electrohypersensitivity (EHS), best described as
rapid aging syndrome, experienced by adults and chil-
dren resemble symptoms experienced by radar opera-
tors in the 1940s to the 1960s and are well described in
the literature. An increasingly common response includes
clumping (rouleau formation) of the red blood cells, heart
palpitations, pain or pressure in the chest accompanied
by anxiety, and an upregulation of the sympathetic nerv-
ous system coincident with a downregulation of the
parasympathetic nervous system typical of the “fight-or-
flight” response. Provocation studies presented in this
article demonstrate that the response to electrosmog is
physiologic and not psychosomatic. Those who experi-
ence prolonged and severe EHS may develop psychologic
problems as a consequence of their inability to work, their
limited ability to travel in our highly technologic environ-
ment, and the social stigma that their symptoms are imag-
ined rather than real.
Keywords: electrosmog; radio-frequency radiation;
rouleau; tachycardia; WiFi; Wolff-Parkinson-White
1)Presented at the Corporate Interference with Science and Health:
Fracking, Food, and Wireless, Scandinavia House, New York, NY,
March 13 and 14, 2013.
*Corresponding author: Magda Havas, PhD, Environmental and
Resource Studies, Trent University, Peterborough, ON, K9J 7B8...... https://ecfsapi.fcc.gov/file/7520958029.pdf
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Prolonged exposure to low-dose radiation – like the type emitted by X-ray machines and CT scanners – can increase the risk of developing high blood pressure, a key contributor to heart disease and stroke, a new study has found.
Researchers examined the health records of more than 22,300 workers at the Mayak Production Association, a large-scale nuclear facility in Russia. The employees were hired between 1948 and 1982 and worked an average 18 years at the facility. More than half in the study had been employees for at least a decade.
All the plant employees received at least one comprehensive health exam, including a complete set of lab screenings, each year.
Researchers discovered that 8,425 employees – or about 38% of the group – had blood pressure readings at or above 140/90, and the incidence of high blood pressure was significantly associated with the cumulative radiation dose. The current high blood pressure threshold in the United States is 130/80.
The rate in the new study is higher than the incidence of high blood pressure found among Japanese survivors of the atomic bombs dropped in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. But it's lower than the risk estimated among cleanup crew members who spent days or months at the Chernobyl nuclear plant following the 1986 explosion at that Ukraine facility.
Ionizing radiation is a form of energy that a growing number of people find themselves exposed to every day, particularly when they undergo diagnostic exams using X-rays and CTs, or computed tomography scans.
Radiation exposure is commonly associated with the development of cancer, but its link to developing heart disease and stroke is not as well known, said Dr. Tamara Azizova, lead author of the study, which published Friday in the American Heart Association journal Hypertension.
"It is necessary to inform the public that not only high doses of radiation, but low to moderate doses also increase the risk of hypertension and other circulatory system diseases, which today contribute significantly to death and disability," Azizova said in a news release. She is a researcher with the Southern Urals Biophysics Institute in Ozersk, Russia.
"As a result, all radiological protection principles and dose limits should be strictly followed for workers and the general public...... https://www.heart.org/en/news/2019/05/03/regular-low-level-radiation-exposure-raises-high-blood-pressure-risk
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The Benefits of Being in a Higher Vibration
We all vibrate energetically at a particular frequency. The lower the frequency, the denser your energy, and the heavier your problems seem.
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Have you heard people talking about attaining a higher vibration? Are you unsure what that means or why it's important to you? In this article I am going to address both questions so that you will have a clearer understanding and hopefully want to attain it for yourself and your life.
We all vibrate energetically at a particular frequency. The lower the frequency, the denser your energy, and the heavier your problems seem. Here you may experience pain and discomfort in your physical body and experience heavy emotions and mental confusion. Psychically, your energy is darker. You need to exert a great deal of effort to accomplish your goals. Overall, your life takes on a negative quality.
The higher the frequency of your energy or vibration, the lighter you feel in your physical, emotional, and mental bodies. You experience greater personal power, clarity, peace, love, and joy. You have little, if any, discomfort or pain in your physical body, and your emotions are easily dealt with. Your energy is literally full of light! Your life flows with synchronicity, and you manifest what you desire with ease. Overall, your life takes on a positive quality.... https://www.huffpost.com/entry/positive-energy_b_1715767?guccounter=1
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What are negative ions?
You probably have heard the word “negative ion” a lot but may still not know exactly what they are or the benefits they have. Negative ions are an atom or molecule with an additional electric giving that atom or molecule a negative charge. In contrast a positive ion is an atom or molecule that is missing and electron giving it a positive charge.
Why do I need negative ions?
You may be asking yourself why negative ions are beneficial, why do you care about an extra electron? Why negative ions benefit us is because they can use their extra electron to neutralize positive ions which are also known as “free radicals”. Since positive ions or (free radicals) are missing an electron they desperate want to find an additional electron to stabilize themselves. The positive ion or (free radical) will pull an electron off a neighboring molecule from you, causing the affected molecule to become a free radical itself. A chain reaction can then occur as the new free radical will pull a free electron off another neighboring molecule. Eventually as this chain reaction occurs an electron can be pulled from a molecule that cannot function without that electron. Now you are stuck with a cell that can no longer function properly.
This chain reaction and continue to occur causing atomic structures in the human body to start cross linking. Cross linking is when two similar atomic structures must share an electron to stabilize due to the missing electron. Cross linking can occurring in DNA which can lead to various effects such as aging and cancer. Additionally other cross linking can occur between the protein and fats in our body leading to wrinkles. For example LDL (Low density Lipoprotein) will start the formation of plaque in arteries when oxidation occurs. This can lead to heart disease and stroke.
This of course only scratches the surface of the diseases that can be caused due to oxidation to the body caused by free radicals (positive ions). Free radicals are most damaging to biological structures like us as this unnecessary oxidative damage has shown to shorten lifespans and lead to other degenerative diseases.
When we introduce negative ions we are able to neutralize there positive ions (free radicals) as their electron transfers over to the positive ion and both molecules become neutral. This same principle applies in our bodies and cells, molecules in our body that are missing electrons and acting as free radicals now have excess electrons to use bringing them back to their natural state. Additionally it is possible that cross linking that has occurred can be undone if there is a surplus of negative ions for those atomic structures. Negative ions help in two was; neutralizing positive ions (free radicals) before they can cause harm and additionally repairing any oxidative damage done to the body caused by free radicals.
By providing the body with ample negative ions we are able to slow down and even reverse the aging process while helping prevent diseases from occurring..... Iithealthstore.com
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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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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.
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