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Over the last few years complaints of headaches, skin rashes, nausea, lethargy, depression, stress and fatigue have been related to ‘sick building syndrome’. The health of workers in modern buildings has been affected by factors like artificial lighting, static electricity from synthetic furniture and fabrics, low frequency electromagnetic radiation from electronic machinery, and airborne particles. Air-conditioning and nonopenable windows further deplete the atmosphere of negative ions.
We don’t hear too much about ‘sick bedrooms’, but some of these factors can also affect your home, particularly if you are sensitive. Though it’s unlikely that your bedroom will be full of computers, an increasing number of synthetic fabrics are used in furnishings, bedlinen and nightwear, while harmful gas can be given off by insulation materials, lacquers, glues and vinyls. There is also increasing evidence that radiation from electric, pylons can affect the health of people living near them.
So, use natural fabrics in your bedroom furnishings, linen and nightwear; and don’t have a TV set in there. Although single items of electrical and electronic equipment are said to give off safe levels of radiation, we are increasingly exposed to radiation of all kinds, and the accumulation from various sources can ultimately get to us. It’s also best not to use an electric blanket; if you do, switch it off and unplug it before going to bed.
There is another cause of ‘sick bedrooms’ which has only recently started to receive publicity here, though in the United States and Germany scientists and doctors are very aware of it. And that is geopathic stress.

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