Earthing is used to protect you from an electric shock. It does this by providing a path (a protective conductor) for a fault current to flow to the earth. It also causes the protective device (either a circuit breaker or fuse) to switch off the electric current to the circuit that has the fault.
How Earthing Works?
Earthing is a concept that involves connecting the human body directly to the Earth, either through direct contact or through grounding products, such as grounded sheets and mats. This connection allows the body to receive a steady flow of electrons from the Earth’s surface, which can be beneficial in a number of ways.
The concept of Earthing is based on the idea that the Earth is an unlimited source of free electrons, which are negatively charged particles. These electrons are constantly being neutralized by the Earth’s surface and into the atmosphere. When a person makes contact with the Earth’s surface, either directly or through a grounding product, these electrons are absorbed into the body.
This absorption of electrons may help to reduce inflammation and improve sleep, among other health benefits. By connecting directly to the Earth, the body is able to receive a steady flow of electrons, which can help to reduce inflammation, improve sleep, and reduce stress. In addition, the grounding connection can help to improve overall health and well-being.
The process of Earthing is simple to achieve. One of the most common ways to connect to the Earth is through direct contact with the soil. This can be done by walking outside barefoot or by sitting in the grass