How to get rid of weather dependence

Car­di­o­log­i­cal patients are the first to react to the weath­er. On days of abnor­mal val­ues ​​of air tem­per­a­ture, atmos­pher­ic pres­sure, humid­i­ty, geo­mag­net­ic dis­tur­bances, the num­ber of calls to patients with coro­nary heart dis­ease and hyper­ten­sion increas­es sharply. Dur­ing this peri­od, the blood slows down the move­ment through the cap­il­lar­ies, the pres­sure drops. Experts believe that this turns on a reflex that pro­tects against cir­cu­la­to­ry arrest. On the one hand, it saves the body from death. On the oth­er hand, it has a sig­nif­i­cant effect on well-being.

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Meteopa­thy is the body’s response to chang­ing weath­er con­di­tions. It is man­i­fest­ed most often by pain in the heart and joints, pal­pi­ta­tions, gen­er­al weak­ness and fatigue, headache, dizzi­ness, changes in blood pres­sure.
Even the ancient heal­ers noticed that nature has an effect on a per­son: some­one’s joints hurt before the rain, some­one feels suf­fo­cat­ed if the north wind blows. Then no one could explain the rea­son for such phe­nom­e­na. It was only in the 20th cen­tu­ry that sci­en­tists took up this prob­lem seri­ous­ly. It turned out that rain, wind, mag­net­ic storms, fluc­tu­a­tions in atmos­pher­ic pres­sure and oth­er mete­o­ro­log­i­cal fac­tors can affect a per­son­’s well-being in dif­fer­ent ways.
Often it is dur­ing this peri­od that chron­ic dis­eases are exac­er­bat­ed.


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There­fore, if you want to get rid of weath­er addic­tion, first cure the ail­ment that pro­voked it. But it hap­pens that a con­gen­i­tal pathol­o­gy lies at the heart of the malaise.
Pre­ven­tion of meteopa­thy begins with cleans­ing the body of tox­ins and tox­ins. They accu­mu­late on the mucous mem­branes of the intestines and blood ves­sels and inter­fere with nor­mal metab­o­lism.

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To speed up the metab­o­lism, include lean cab­bage soup, car­rots and gar­lic boiled in milk in your diet. Don’t for­get the green
lats with veg­etable oil and lemon. A won­der­ful rem­e­dy is a puree of 2 sliced ​​stewed apples with 2 tbsp. spoons of mashed black­cur­rant berries and 3 tbsp. spoons of sea­weed.

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Drink the juice of fresh white cab­bage, if it seems too harsh to you, dilute it with water. And, of course, young net­tles! Use its tops in soups and sal­ads, dry for the win­ter and add to food.

Include sea­weed, but­ter, car­rots, cot­tage cheese, yogurt, kefir, sea­son­al fruits and veg­eta­bles in your dai­ly diet.

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On days of geo­mag­net­ic fluc­tu­a­tions, the main thing is not to overeat!
Avoid black tea and cof­fee. Drink green tea with St. John’s wort (1:1) and hon­ey.

thyme tea

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Accord­ing to sta­tis­tics, women are sub­ject to weath­er depen­dence 3 times, and chil­dren 1.5 times more than men. It is also believed that city dwellers are 3 times more sen­si­tive to mag­net­ic storms than rur­al dwellers. And even in healthy peo­ple of mature age, on days of increased solar activ­i­ty, mood can dete­ri­o­rate and irri­tabil­i­ty may increase.


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Still it is nec­es­sary to tem­per, go in for sports, car­ry out water pro­ce­dures. Walk more in the fresh air, eat well, rest. Reg­u­lar­ly do exer­cis­es for the neck — turns, tilts, rota­tions. Every night before going to bed, rub the painful areas at the base of the neck and the back of the head with the pads of your fin­gers.


Source: Home Doc­tor mag­a­zine


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