Tracy’s Tips…On Staying Grounded

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1) Protect Your Personal Energy. We are surrounded by energy that is incompatible with our own in the form of phone and computer radiation (a.k.a. Dirty Electricity), cellphone towers, and even people (we all have a couple of those who seem to come out of the woodwork this time of year). One of the best ways to help protect your personal energy is to use diodes on your electronics and wear a personal diode to keep your mitochondria strong and your energy up through the season and the year to come.
2) Be a great conductor. Energy moves through our bodies with the help of water. Remember to stay well hydrated. A good goal is to get ½ of your body weight in ounces of water daily. If you are consuming dehydrating beverages like coffee or alcohol, remember to add more water to account for that.
3) Get a Relaxation Rx. Force yourself to slow down and take an Epsom Salt bath with calming essential oils with our holiday special. Put on some relaxing music, dim the lights, and maybe even lock the door…Epsom Salts infuse your body with essential magnesium and also help detoxify you at the same time. Just remember to rinse off after your bath. Looking for a great stocking stuffer or hostess gift? This is perfect.
4) Rebalance Your Energy. One of the best ways to support your mitochondria (the powerhouses of our cells) and balance your energy is with our QRS PEMF technology which uses pulsed magnetic fields to revitalize the cells. It takes only a few minutes to be refreshed and is used for pain, fibromyalgia, sleep disorders, fatigue, poor circulation and stress relief. We are pairing it with a detox footbath for a great time-out recovery session special this month.
5) Enjoy Nature’s Bounty. Being out in nature is a great way to keep centered and balanced. Take time each day to connect with nature, ideally standing outside barefoot on the grass, soil or concrete to connect with the earth (called Grounding) to take advantage of the enormous quantity of free radical-destroying negative ions. If you cannot make it outside daily, think about getting a grounding mat (I found mine at www.earthing.com, but many other resources are available) to use while sleeping or working at your computer.

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