Frequency Therapy Leader Somavedic Launches Certification for Businesses

By Peter Salib Peter Salib has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
Published on July 26, 2021

As the status quo of the workforce shifts from an office-dominated society to a potentially hybrid model — it’s more important now than ever to understand what impacts our productivity in the home and in the workplace. You may have never considered there might be a correlation between your mood or energy level and the electromagnetic fields (EMFs) surrounding you on a regular basis. Clutter and noise can be elements of distraction, and typically there is an easy fix for those things. What about the unwanted influences caused by nearby power lines, wireless technologies, and natural circumstances like geopathic zones and water crosses? These questions can lead to exploring solutions and you might stumble upon Somavedic.

Mitigating the negative effects of EMF radiation as well as other causes is something individuals and businesses should be considering. Doing so could provide an environment where people feel like they’re in a protective bubble which can lead to increased productivity, focus, and all-around wellness. According to a research study published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine — U.S. employers face a cost of more than $136 billion per year in health-related lost productivity. The majority of this is caused by reduced performance while at work, rather than absences.

Somavedic, a leader in frequency therapy, is at the forefront of providing a solution to essentially create a life-supporting bubble that protects against the harmful effects from things like EMF radiation, geopathic stress, Curry and Hartmann lines, and oxidative stress.

EMF radiation and natural occurrences

EMF radiation typically falls into two categories based on high-frequency or low-frequency from the electromagnetic spectrum. High-frequency EMFs — which include x-rays — are part of the ionizing radiation part of the spectrum and can damage DNA or cells directly. Low-frequency EMFs — which include powerlines, appliances, 4G/5G, and WiFi — are non-ionizing and are not known to damage DNA or cells directly.

Every house is connected to the electrical grid to receive that essential utility that powers all the tools in our homes and lives. This electricity is produced in a power plant and distributed using a series of generators, transformers, and power lines connecting the whole system across towns and counties. The whole system — power lines and power stations — creates a measurable level of EMF but is considered to be a negligible impact on health in low levels. If the house is positioned extremely close to power lines and stations — you may be exposed to higher levels of EMF which can cause concern.

In either case, EMFs most certainly influence the body and some people can be more sensitive than others. Constant exposure to EMFs can cause oxidative stress which is a disproportion of free radicals and antioxidants in the body. This disproportion can cause cell and tissue damage. Studies show that this long-term stress can be a contributing factor to developing a range of chronic conditions such as cancer, and heart disease. 

Mitigating negative energy

When using a Somavedic device like the bestselling Medic Green Ultra, a specialized configuration of precious and semi-precious stones and metals — like gold and silver — is at work creating a controlled release of energy. This protective bubble is like a coherent field penetrating walls up to 100 feet in every direction. As all things at the fundamental level are frequencies, this is a tech-oriented holistic approach to providing a minimal device that can noticeably create a difference in an environment. 

Somavedic devices are amongst the easiest products to set up — there are no apps, buttons, screens, or settings involved. You simply plug it into a power outlet, place it on a table, and let it run 24/7. Basically set it and forget it and no worries because the power consumption is so low — it’s negligible. Along with the frequency therapy that a Somavedic device provides — it’s also a great source of “glow” with a colored ambient light emitting to contribute to the good vibes.

The Medic Green Ultra also handles water harmonization — or is able to structure water to put it another way. Simply having a jug of water near the Somavedic device will structure the water which is said to be easier for the body to hydrate with.

Certified good vibes

For businesses like yoga studios, coworking spaces, and office buildings — including a Somavedic device in the space now comes with a badge of honor called the “Actively Harmonized Environment” certification. It’s a great way to showcase one’s commitment to overall health and wellness and proactive efforts to sustain a balanced space. 

Actively Harmonized Environment

Office spaces providing this type of amenity to their employees can see increased productivity, focus, calmness, and revenue. Hundreds of billions of dollars each year are lost by US employers as a result of stress-related absences and fatigued employees. Although standing desks and other ergonomic tools can help with fatigue — stress is still a bit of a black box being demystified. Companies investing in the health and wellness of their employees have always reaped the benefits and a Somavedic device is a helpful addition to the toolkit.

As more employers provide benefits around mental health and cover gym memberships on top of classic medical insurance coverage — it’s a great step in the right direction towards an integrated work and life balance. Properly considering how today’s technological landscape might be affecting an employee’s productivity is an under-discussed influence that holds a fair amount of weight. Putting in a proactive effort to mitigate any negative influences is a major advantage for those doing it.



By Peter Salib Peter Salib has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team

Peter Salib is a Tech Columnist at Grit Daily. Based in New Jersey, he is an avid participant of events nationwide who's attended CES in Las Vegas consecutively since 2013. Peter is the host and producer of Show & Tell, a product showcase YouTube channel and also works at Gadget Flow, a leading product discovery platform reaching 31M consumers every month. Peter frequently works with startups on media, content writing, events, and sales. His dog, Scruffy, was a guest product model on the Today Show with Kathy Lee & Hoda in 2018 and was dubbed "Scruffy the Wonder Dog.”

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