Meteoropathy is nothing new.
It has long been known that time influences people, as well as nature.
It is up to us whether we will accept this influence, adequately prepare it for it or ingest it.
In any case, the influence of time can not be avoided.
Still, there are people who feel it more than others. And that should be appreciated.
Anyone who has ever looked at the time prognosis has heard that special attention should be paid to people suffering from chronic illnesses.
And we know that the most common cause of hypothyroidism is chronic lymphoma goiter.
In other words, the cause of hypothyroidism is chronic, autoimmune thyroid inflammation.
Of course, there will always be those who will claim that meteoropathyc is not just a disease but a symptom.
They obviously have no problem with the thyroid gland.
Or they have never broken their hands or feet for example because they would otherwise know how, before changes in time, the old wounds can hurt.
Such things have been experimentally proven many years ago.
Moreover, as part of the meteorology, a separate science of meteorology has been developed,
which studies the effects of time and climate on living organisms, and most of meteorological research focuses on people and their health.
Timeliness is called tropism and is a real physiological phenomenon, based on the laws of physics and physiology.
The human organism has the ability homeostasis – a stable state of the indoor environment including constancy in body temperature,
nerve conduction and the chemical and physical relationships cell.
Any significant meteorological change affects this condition as a stress, and the human body,
if unnoticed, especially in chronic patients and the elderly, responds to changes in the endocrynologic system
to adapt to the new situation. It is therefore not surprising that endocrynologic patients have problems with time changes.
It is known that the symptoms Meteoropathy
exhibit from about 24 and 48 hours before the weather changes,
especially in sensitive people, and include:
– physical weakness
– increased sensitivity to pain in the joints and muscles
– worsening of the symptoms of the existing chronic illness
– mood swings
– unhygienic nervousness of the external causes
– rapid heartbeat
It is clear that meteoropathyc can not be overcome, but the fact is that it can handle it better or worse. If you want to weather weather, it is recommended to take magnesium and vitamin B.
And regular exercise is also a good ally in meteoropathyc.
What to do meteoropathycs
Replace coffee with herbal tea
Try replacing tea with tea as much as you can. Especially in the afternoon or before bedtime.
It has long been known that various herbal teas act relieving to the body and mind. Herbal teas like chamomile, straw or lime help to relax the nerves.
In addition to enjoying the various scents of fine teas, they will help you overcome the sudden change of time with a sweet taste in your mouth.
Increase water intake
Do not overdo it with water, but sometimes it’s better to increase your intake.
Namely, a healthy and proper diet rich in fruit and vegetables is a good prerequisite for alleviating the negative consequences of time, but water is also important.
It would be ideal to take oxygen enriched with it. During meteoproblems, a daily intake of two liters is recommended, depending on sex and activity.
Every form of physical activity is always desirable, over time.
Physical activity has great effect on all people suffering from endocrine disorders, and meteoropathy are an absolute must.
Any form of body activity lasting at least half an hour a day will make your body more stable and weather-resistant.
It is even better if physical activity takes place in nature in pure air.
Whether you have decided on a fast-paced or part of an active group training, nature activities will help you get rid of stress and feel better,
as well as reduce chances of getting headaches.