There's no need to leave the little ones out when it comes to Earthing. You might as well start them while they are young. We have a number of cute baby booties that allow little babies and toddlers to start Earthing as soon as they start walking. What makes these "Earthing" shoes is that our baby and toddler moccasins have soft leather soles without any foam or lining. The leather becomes conductive as the moisture from the ground mixes with the leather and transfers through the baby's nerve endings in his or her feet.
Fortunately when it comes to Earthing you don't have to sacrifice anything in order to feel good and be healthy. As you may already know, practicing Earthing has an ample amount of health benefits so all you have to do is buy a pair of new shoes and walk around outside each day, even if only for a couple minutes.
So the question is, can Earthing really help regulate your circadian rhythm and lessen the effects of jet lag? For some people the condition of jet lag can last several days until your system is fully adjusted to the new time zone. However when being in direct contact with the Earth, the effects and adjustment period to your new local time zone can be significantly reduced. Why is this so?
We have written many blogs about how to practice Earthing and blogs about the great Earthing footwear we have to offer. We thought it was time to take you back to our first blog, when we first started The Earthing Store, and elaborate on why you might want to practice Earthing. There are many benefits to Grounding on a daily basis that we want to highlight but first let's make sure you understand what exactly is Earthing and why it has an effect on us nowadays.
Classic, timeless, comfortable, but are they good for your feet? The answer is yes. Wearing genuine leather moccasins are good for your feet both therapeutically and when it comes to being in style, they are considered extremely good for your feet. But let's focus on what really matters - why are an age-old shoe still considered therapeutic when their design is quite contrasting from most common, cushioned and supportive footwear?