Sunday, July 22, 2012

How we react to weather changes?


Consciously or unconsciously, we are inextricably linked with nature, and all changes in the environment affect us. If you know it, and if you do not deny that sometimes we have a distinct symptoms for which the curve only abrupt change of time, then we can not only monitor their behavior and adapt to, but also to learn some simple and useful things that will make us easier to bear all blinder time points.

In the 20th Ages 30-ies are only specialists spoke about the impact of time on health, 40-years of time has begun to tackle and biometeorology, which explores the relationship between atmospheric processes and living organisms, and today we already have biometeoroloŇ°ke official forecast, which in the regular weather forecasts warn those who are sensitive to changes in time to take precautions ... With such rapid changes of time that began to occur in recent years, which they respond, and healthy adults who rarely has a clean three to laugh at the phrase " My head hurts, it will surely storm "or" mark me in costume, will change the time ... "


Professor Dr. Angelico Brunjoli, climate specialist at the Institute of Occupational Medicine climate in Milan, meteoropathy defined as a set of symptoms and pathological reactions that are manifested when there is a gradual or sudden changes in weather in the area. Factors that change the temperature and relative humidity, wind speed, atmospheric pressure, rainfall and storm with its typical effects - ionization, electric charge and the atmosphere turbulence. These changes can manifest suddenly, when the storm front passing cloud, or in a phased manner.
To sudden weather changes particularly responsive nerve unstable people, people who have a life with intense emotions, especially anxiety and depression person. Today more and more people are subject meteoropatiji precisely because the increased number of negative factors in life such as stress, loss of positive values, constant competition, job loss, and a pollution - atmospheric pollution and electrosmog.

The body reacts in advance
Research has shown, says prof. Brunjoli, the human body's response time is 24 to 48 hours before the arrival of weather changes. Especially pronounced symptoms are sensitive people. The most common symptoms that can increase depending on the weather changes as depression (the mental and physical), weakness, hypertension, severe headache, a desire to sit home, increased sensitivity to pain in muscles and joints, difficulty breathing, weight in the stomach. The changes caused by changes of time and include the sudden mood swings, irritability, and cardiovascular symptoms such as palpitations, heart palpitations, or pain behind the breastbone.


What confers official medicine
Doctors dealing with climatological medicine advise people sensitive to 48 to 24 hours before the arrival of weather changes (in the West and the unfavorable situation BiometeoroloŇ°ka announced in the regular weather forecasts!) Take a soothing and anti-allergic agent of plant origin, such as valerian, white hawthorn , Linden. Also, bright light indoors resonant helps to overcome depression associated with weather changes (experience has shown that depression can occur with the arrival of winter, but with the arrival of spring and good weather)

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