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IJCPS JOURNAL-VOL 4 Special Issue 5 ETP, May 2015

Pages: 7

Investigating effects of Geopathic Stress on Health Parameters in Young Healthy Volunteers

Author: S. D. AGHAV, P. S. TAMBADE

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Abstract

Geopathic stress is the form of energies coming from earth that cause nervousness and ill effects in living beings. Sleeping and working continuously in a geopathic zone leads to emotional and physical troubles. Exposure of Geopathic stress zone for a longer period shows symptoms of drowsiness, inattentiveness, daydreaming and headache. Induction of cancer, miscarriage, chronic health and personality changes had been linked with geopathic stress. The present study is intended to observe probable effects of geopathic stress on respiratory and cardiovascular system of student volunteers. The study reported in present paper was carried out in Pune city. Site selection was done using dowsing method described in the paper. Ten volunteers were selected for the study with no history of illness. Instructions about experiments were given and their consent was taken. Health parameters were recorded using simple six channel multiparameter Caddo 19 B model. These observations were compared with controlled observations. It had been observed that stress due to geopathic zone affect health. The changes in health parameters are statistically significant for p = 0.05 level.

Keywords: Multipara; Geopathic stress; Health parameters.