Our planet is surrounded by electricity.Earth emits its own electromagnetic field, and there are also many others, the fields generated by people.The radiation from the Sun and the Moon also adds its contribution to the emission of our atmosphere.The same can be said about the weather changes.
example, thunder and lightning often associated with weak electromagnetic fields, known as atmospheric disturbances or atmospherics.Atmospherics can also be created by friction, for example under the action of wind or other meteorological phenomena, such as the origin and movement of warm or cold atmospheric fronts.These atmospheric disturbances are powerful enough to pass through the walls of houses - so modern man, even being for the most part within the four walls, is not protected from them.
Meteorologists have learned to use atmospherics to predict weather changes.Biometeorology know that their existence can cause a variety of health disorders.After all, the human body - bioelectrical body, is very sensitiv
When the atmospheric radiation increases, the same happens to the concentration of ions - electrically charged particles - in the air.Although atmospheric interference may lead to the formation of both negative and positive ions, they are mainly related to the presence of positive ions.The increasing concentration of positive ions relative to the concentration of negative can cause the body to produce serotonin, a neurotransmitter in such amounts that a person experiences irritation serotonin syndrome.It is characterized by increased anxiety, restlessness, aggressiveness, increased sensitivity to pain and susceptibility to mood swings.
positive air ions can also cause acute respiratory problems in thunderstorms.Two recent studies by representatives of the hospital of St. George's at the London School of Medicine analyzed the statistics of visits to physicians asthmatics across England and compared it with information about the thunderstorms in the framework of the regional health service.The results showed that on days with high levels of atmospheric noise (or thunderstorms) the number of cases of treatment for asthma increased by 25%.In areas where there were thunderstorms, celebrated by more than 50-fold increase in the frequency of exacerbations of asthma.
Positive ions also contribute to the change in blood pH (and towards the unhealthy acidity) and subjected to excessive stimulation of the adrenal and thyroid glands, spending eventually to their depletion.These ions appear to have a pronounced effect on the cardiovascular system.They can increase blood pressure, induce cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack, thrombosis and migraine.In one study conducted in Russia for 50 days was observed heart rate of healthy people, the results were compared with weather conditions.fluctuations of atmospheric pressure recorded in the form of electromagnetic pulses, were closely linked to variations in the frequency of heart rate of volunteers.It is estimated that approximately 10% of deaths associated with thunderstorms are cardiac in nature, probably due to the fact that lightning discharges affect the electromagnetic processes of the heart.
Many studies have shown that the electromagnetic radiation of the atmosphere is able to interfere in the work of the pineal gland, affecting the secretion of melatonin.
Normally, this effect is only noticeable when the high-frequency noise, but some scientists admit that the constant exposure to low frequency electromagnetic radiation characteristic of atmospherics may also make disturbance in the circadian (daily) rhythms of people.
Finally not clear which of us is most sensitive to the effects of atmospheric noise.Apparently, these are people whose state of health to some extent periodically worsens.Atmospheric disturbances can alter the activity of brain activity and weather-sensitive people.Those of us who have a high degree of emotional lability (mood swings), is also likely to be more sensitive to weather changes.