In today’s world, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle and forget about our health. We are constantly bombarded with unhealthy choices and it can be hard to make lasting changes.
However, according to Meredith Oke, an expert on the emerging science of circadian health, there are three essential elements to creating lasting health change: light, beliefs, and habits.
Meredith is the co-founder of Quantum Biology Collective & QuantumHealth TV. These organizations focus on decentralizing health education, where medical experts break down the emerging science of circadian health and quantum biology.
Through the Quantum Biology Collective, she is currently supporting the education of health practitioners to make the shift to the new paradigm of quantum biology and how light impacts health.
Why is light essential for better health?
Most people don’t realize how important light is to their health. Light affects every single aspect of our health, from a physical, emotional, and spiritual perspective.
The frequencies of natural light are constantly changing, and each moment has a different message for our bodies.
Spending time outside or near an open window allows our bodies to heal in some capacity. Even just a few minutes of exposure to natural light can have a huge impact on our overall health.
Unfortunately, most people spend the majority of their time indoors under artificial lights which can be damaging to their health. These lights can throw off our Circadian rhythm, which controls many aspects of our health.
Making even small changes to our light exposure can have a big impact on our overall well-being.
How has quantum biology helped people who have been left hanging by medical science?
Quantum biology is a new field of study that is helping to explain some of the mysteries that medical science has been unable to solve.
One of the key things that quantum biology helps with is understanding how the body works on a cellular level. This information can then be used to develop new treatments for diseases and conditions that have baffled doctors for years.
One of the most exciting things about quantum biology is that it opens up the possibility of using quantum mechanics to treat chronic illnesses.
For example, there is evidence that quantum entanglement can be used to improve communication between cells, which could potentially help with conditions like fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome.
In this podcast, we cover:
- What is the Quantum Biology Collective?
- The benefits of spending time outdoors
- The difference between artificial and natural light
- How does pain relate to a disruption in the flow of energy?
- How can we find our sense of purpose in life?