While the COVID 19 puzzle has many pieces, and I certainly can’t tackle them all, I would like to give you some practical advice first, then explain the science behind, and finally tie it into a slightly more philosophical argument.
What to do with the corona virus to protect our health (other than hand washing and self-isolation) I suggest we get back to basics which are water, air, sun and earth. These are basic resources that are freely available in nature. By the way: note that even the drastic measures we have taken to minimize the spread of the coronavirus have allowed us to enjoy clearer water, blue skies and fresh water, even if these natural energy resources basic until recently Air was not available due to pollution (which Europeans can breathe from their balconies).
Now let’s take a look at how water, air, sun, and earth interact with your body, strengthening it, and helping our immune system during a pandemic (but also in general). We all know that the body is mainly made up of water (in fact, 99.2% of the human body is / should be water). We also know that babies are the most hydrated, while the elderly are the most dehydrated. And we know that as we get older, we not only become more and more dehydrated, but our immune systems also decline. However, be aware that the immune system weakened by dehydration may not be a direct causal link, or at least not the only direct causal link that exists. However, the robust correlation between hydration and the function of the immune system is hard to ignore. In fact, a similar correlation can be seen in the function of many other parts of the body and processes. It is therefore no secret that dehydration is often associated with asthma, constipation, poor lymphatic drainage, migraines, chronic joint pain, fatigue, etc.
At first glance, there is no doubt that hydration is perhaps the most important factor that we must take care of if we are to take care of our health. But you probably already knew that. However, what you may not know is that the energy, oxygen and light of the Earth contribute to hydration at the cellular level. With no grounding, sunlight, and atmospheric oxygen, you can drink as much water as you want, while still remaining dehydrated (and possibly bloated).
What is special about grounding, oxygen and light to help our cells absorb water? To put it simply, water must move (inside and outside the cell through the cell membrane) to be absorbed. In other words, the water must circulate. And this by dividing it into negative and positive charges. When water hits cell membranes, it forms the so-called exclusion zone or EZ water (this is negatively charged water that excludes toxins and wastes). The rest is positive. Negatively charged water enters cells (and may due to charge separation). Once in the cell, water triggers many biochemical reactions (thanks to the negative charge), including those related to repair and regeneration. Positively charged water is excreted through exhalation, urination, sweat, etc. In short, the more charge separation occurs in body water and the more negatively charged water is generated, the more efficiently the body works. It is important that the grounding of energy, oxygen and light on the earth (in particular the infrared spectrum, which is usually blocked by glass, by the way) contributes to the separation of loads and EZ water formation (i.e. negatively charged water) and thus helps you stay hydrated and strengthens, among other things, the function of your immune system.
In summary, Back TO Basics may be one of the endless lessons we can learn from the coronavirus crisis. Faced with the apparent shortage of supplies and resources (masks, disinfectants, vitamin C, medical personnel, etc.), nature is always there to offer us their infinite sources of energy: water, air, sun and earth. So it’s time to be with nature. Of course, those who have a backyard are much more fortunate than those who are on the balconies, but this in itself is an opportunity to re-evaluate the choices we make and perhaps make life easier to be happy.