Do You Live In A Healthy House?

Much has been said about eastern philosophies such as feng shui to achieve well-being at home. It is that having a healthy house that helps us feel good is important for everyone. We have become aware of how essential it is to rest at home. We surround ourselves with a decoration that motivates us to relax and feel comfortable. But still, there are times when we feel that we are not charged with energy but quite the opposite. What happens? There may be factors of the construction itself or elements that we have inside the house that is doing us wrong.

TODAY WE WANT TO HEALTHY HOUSES THAT PROVIDE US WITH A PLUS OF WELL-BEING. WE WANT THEM TO BE OUR ALLIES IN HEALTH.

This is where sustainable architecture and geobiology appear. To help us with this concept and understand how they help us have a healthy home and feel better about it, we have spoken with a couple of specialists in these matters. “Your house may be affected by elements that interfere with your rest and health. 

They are radiation: whether they are of natural origin (generated by underground water currents or the telluric networks of Hartmann and Curry, which are bands of high irradiation that cover the planet) or artificial (generated by mobile phone antennas, Wi-Fi, baby monitors, telephones, cables, and transformers). Their presence in the home is more common than most believe and, if measures are not taken, their health consequences can be serious,

We must think that in that good health that our house must enjoy, radiation interferes. With current technological trends, radiation is present in our lives in a massive way. We have gone from zero radiation to living constantly immersed in those electromagnetic waves. The more radiation-free space is, the better it rests.

HOW CAN YOU KNOW IF YOU LIVE IN A HEALTHY HOUSE? BE ALERT AND SUSPICIOUS IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS OF INSOMNIA, TIREDNESS, MUSCLE ACHES, HORMONAL PROBLEMS, THERAPIES THAT DO NOT WORK … CHILDREN ARE ESPECIALLY SENSITIVE TO THIS ISSUE.

It is clear that technology is here to stay and you do not want to give it up but you have to do it healthily. Many of the electromagnetic fields that we suffer in our house are generated by ourselves with our devices, why not learn to know them and use them with health? Geobiology and sustainable architecture will help us with this topic. And if the source is outside (from the neighbor, for example, or a telephone antenna), today there are technical materials that allow this radiation to be stopped very effectively. Also paints, technical fabrics, glass filters, etc.

Furniture designed by Jean Pierre Martel, oak wood worktop, Andrew Martin stools and lamps, and micro-cement flooring.

WHAT EXACTLY IS GEOBIOLOGY?

open bedroom

Geobiology is the discipline that assesses the presence of these radiations in the home, establishes their origin, intensity, and proposes solutions to avoid, neutralize, minimize, or eliminate them. It is worth paying attention to the house and what happens inside taking into account that we spend an average of 12 hours a day in it.

IN GENERAL, WOMEN ARE MORE SENSITIVE AND SUFFER MORE CLEARLY FROM THE DIRE CONSEQUENCES OF SLEEPING IN A GEOPATHIC OR TECHNOPATHIC AREA.

WHAT DOES GEOBIOLOGY DO FOR ME?

  • Make your rest really restful and that the general state of health improves.
  • It provides real solutions, which are perceived in a few weeks.
  • It helps you reconcile with your home. It will be your home, sweet home!
  • If you are under medical or treatment, improve its effectiveness by preventing your body from being attacked night after night by radiation.
  • Its usefulness goes beyond rest. You can avoid chronic and degenerative diseases that will manifest themselves after years of aggression.

Although it is important to analyze the whole house, Ramon pays special attention to the rest areas, because it is during the hours of sleep when our body performs the functions of cell repair and radiation interferes in this process.

HOW DOES SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE HELP US?

open kitchen

The house must be adapted to our biological, physical, chemical, affective, and emotional needs. Sustainable architecture is also known as bio-construction and responds to achieving a balanced relationship between the artifice of building, nature, and the well-being of people. “Traditionally we have inhabited natural places with unprocessed materials. But in the last 150 years the way of living has changed and is accompanied by certain ventilation deficiencies, excessive exposure to radiation and toxins and other pathologies that can affect our health,” he explains. Sonia Hernández-Montaño de Arquitectura Sana.

We spend more than 80% of our time indoors and the quality of the indoor environment has a very important impact on our health. We must pay attention to the choice of materials, construction systems, and facilities that surround us.

Iron bed and carpet from the studio of the decorator Jean-Pierre Martel.

“We improve the built spaces both physically and chemically and psychologically. The physical aspect is the one that comes with the disease. There are environmental factors that can deteriorate our respiratory or hormonal system. But also the psychological or emotional aspect since the perception of space, the appropriation of your place of life, or the use of each room make family, emotional and emotional relationships different.

HOW TO GET A HEALTHY INTERIOR DESIGN?

HEALTHY INTERIOR DESIGN

According to Healthy Architecture, a healthy space can be achieved with:

  • Hygroscopic materials which have hydrothermal properties to achieve thermal comfort.
  • No emissions of volatile or persistent organic compounds.
  • Controlling possible radioactivity emissions.
  • Checking electrical and telecommunications installations to avoid electromagnetic fields.
  • Choice of pavements that do not generate electrostatic charges. Best natural wood or ceramic.
  • A good painting. Think about how much floor space it takes up in a house. It must offer minimal emissions of Docs (volatile organic compounds), be breathable, made of natural non-plastic or synthetic materials such as silicates, lime, clay, vegetables.
  • Furniture made of natural materials with non-synthetic laurels, ecological fabrics, and accessories that help create a comfortable interior environment.
  • Ventilate. Even in winter! It is necessary to regulate humidity and electrostatic charges.
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