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How to Improve Your Chances of Surviving a Lightning Strike

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  • If you’re stuck outside during a thunderstorm, crouch low to the ground with your feet close together, but avoid lying on the ground or standing under or near a tree
  • While crouching in this way, if a lightning strike does come through you off the ground, the current will most likely travel up one leg and down the other, missing vital organs like your heart
  • The Earth is struck by lightning thousands of times each minute, so the Earth carries an enormous negative charge; it’s always electron-rich and can serve as a powerful and abundant supply of antioxidant free-radical-busting electrons that can be absorbed via your bare feet

By Dr. Mercola

If you’re ever caught outdoors with a thunderstorm approaching, what should you do to stay safe? Obviously, you should head indoors if that’s at all possible, but if not, please, resist the temptation to hide under a tree.

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