Electricity is everywhere, it’s even inside our body to keep our muscles moving and our hearts to pump. Though electricity seems to be a vital part of our existence, it can also be dangerous.
Statistics released by the Electrical Safety Foundation International, more than 30,000 non fatal shock accidents every year and at least 600 people died because of electrical accidents in the U.S. every year.
The human body does conduct electricity and the amount of electricity that one can stand depends on one’s health and the danger also depends on where the electricity enters the body as written by John Platt in an article posted on Mother Nature Network.
Full article here.