• Vlatko Cingoski Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University "Goce Delčev”, Štip, Macedonia
Keywords: global earth magnetic field, Schumann resonance, recreation, wellness, tourism industry, human health


Have you ever noticed that there are places where a person can feel relaxed, full of energy and revitalized? These places may be recreational locations (tourist resorts, wellness, and spa-centers) and tourist attractions (churches, monasteries, geo-parks, etc.). On the other hand, the therapeutic benefits of electromagnetic field radiation on human’s body have already been medically proven. The objective of the paper is to introduce some new insights and raise a discussion if the existence of such magnetic fields may be a reason why people feel more relaxed and healthier when visiting or staying at such recreational environment. Thus, the authors argue the possible influence of the Earth’s magnetic fields on the well-being of those who visit, sightsee or stay at tourist and leisure environment. Particular attention is raised within the optional utilization of the extra-low frequency as the Schumann resonance in recreational areas that are used for tourism and relaxing purposes.


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How to Cite
Cingoski, V. (2019). GLOBAL EARTH MAGNETIC FIELD AND RECREATIONAL ENVIRONMENT: ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED. TISC - Tourism International Scientific Conference Vrnjačka Banja, 4(2), 742-759. Retrieved from