The Pyramid Effect is not merely anti-stress. The antistress effect is a derivative of another more important. Stress is a state of disharmony caused by a chronic psychological and organic disorder, which results from excessive activity of the nervous system. There is also some stress at the cellular level, and in general, we could say that most of the dysfunctions (organic or nervous) come from stress while causing it, unlike a minority of dysfunctions caused by trauma, intense radiation, etc. Even some radiations, being of small magnitude but constant, produce cellular and nervous stress.
It's more common every day, thanks to the tremendous electromagnetic and microwave pollution caused by mobile telephones, ovens and many modern appliances. Using pyramids against stress is not risky when they are well constructed and with the right materials. Sleep disorders of various types already have thousands of cases, so the best sleep therapy is a pyramid and not the drugs that create dependency.
The difference between stress and any other cause of disharmony is that stress is accumulative, chronic, it occurs slowly. Some people manifest it more in the psychic, others - more resistant and rational psychology - take more time to show the symptoms and manifest it with physical problems.
Although the pyramid can't modify the rhythm of life that each one has imposed, we can say that the vast majority of stress symptoms begin to disappear from the first night of sleeping in it. The cellular and organic stress caused by the progressive poisoning of poor nutrition is also largely fought. However, we can't pretend that sleeping in a pyramid will totally immunize us against the continuous exposure to radiation, poisons and disorders of life. The power of the pyramid should be "supported" with a good diet and proper care because it doesn't turn us into supermen.
Elite athletes and people whose work leads them to high levels of general stress (apart from those suffering from various ailments) are the ones who better and more quickly appreciate the difference between sleeping in a pyramid and any other bed. Even some similarities can be compared between sleeping in a pyramid, with a hyperbaric chamber. Both are complementary. In fact, the small pyramids of Egypt such as Hetepheres, Meritetis and Henutsen (found in Giza at the side of the Great Pyramid), have their undergrounds that function as hyperbaric chambers by water column (apart from operating as CES Grill of Discharge, or ionic slowdown.)
The Egyptians didn't build the pyramids - at least the most important ones - but they knew how to maintain, conserve, fix and use most of them. The Schools of Mysteries was in fact, timely and geographically dedicated to preserving knowledge inherited from their "gods," the civilization that built them and which, on several occasions, returned to teach and civilize their heirs.
There are indications that more than one pharaoh was able to live in a pyramid and not only to sleep better. A Peruvian archaeologist discovered a few decades ago, many pieces of wood and lime, that when assembling them, revealed to be part of a pyramidal construction of about ten by ten meters.
The power of the pyramids was then known, not only the effect, but these "gods" didn't teach all the accumulation of knowledge involved in the development of pyramidology, because it wasn't possible to teach primitive people all the science. It's not possible to do so today with many of the Aboriginal tribes of our time. Still, the Egyptians used the therapeutic power of the pyramids and in the three mentioned (G1a, G1b and G1c) combining antipyramid therapy with their hyperbaric chamber. Three to four atmospheres were obtained using a column of water; the permanence in them, prolonged their life considerably. In addition to longevity, the maintained health reflected an excellent quality of life. At that time, only pharaohs and their court could enjoy those benefits, but today these things are within reach of most in civilized countries.