Immune system susceptible to disease from viruses
Responsible for the immune system is, among other things, the thymus gland. It is located under the breastbone in the torax and controls the production of white blood cells (lymphocytes). These detect and destroy pathogens such as viruses in the blood and body. Under the influence of electrosmog and earth radiation at the sleeping place, the production of lymphocytes is reduced and the defense power of the immune system is weakened.
As a result, people become more susceptible to illness and fall ill more often with influenza or react more sensitively to viruses such as the herpes virus or the current corona virus. If you feel that your body has been weakened for a long time, the sleeping place should be examined for possible interference fields by a professional.