A study published in the Indian Journal of Science and Technology in 2010 has found that being in the presence of a Geopathic Stress Zone for only twenty minutes will change a person's vital stats.
The study looked at a group of men between the ages of 25 and 65. Their heart rate, pulse rate and blood pressure were taken. The men were then moved to an area where there was Geopathic Stress for twenty minutes. The men's heart rate, pulse and blood pressure were again checked.
All the men experienced a change in their vitals, but the changes were not always consistent. For some men, pulse rate went up. For others, pulse rate went down. Compared to the Normal Zone, the men collectively experienced a 15% change in their heart rate after being exposed to Geopathic Stress.
Again, some of the men's heart rate went up, while others went down. But the statistics showed that the variation in rate was above what would be considered normal for a healthy male.
Blood pressure was also affected by the Geopathic Stress Zone. For some men, blood pressure shot up to dangerous levels, for other men it dropped dangerously low.
The researchers conducting the study concluded from these findings that the body is put into a state of stress when exposed to a Geopathic Stress Zone. A mere twenty minutes in these Zones will create instability in the physiology of the body. This instability leads to sub-optimal functioning which results in a state of lowered immunity and overall weakness.
Exhaustion, depression, tingling in the extremities, headaches and nervousness are some of the common complaints from those who are exposed to Geopathic Stress. A higher susceptibility to the overgrowth of both bacteria and viruses has also been noted amongst those who are being affected by Geopathic Stress.
The researchers felt a longer duration of time in the Geopathic Stress Zone for the participants was warranted, as many people spend 6-8 hours in a Geopathic Stress Zone during sleep each night.
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