7 ways a person can overcome the changes in the weather

7 ways a person can overcome the changes in the weather
Many people react violently to atmospheric conditions (they become grumpy, depressed, headache, weakness, pain in the joints, insomnia or an increased feeling of sleep, etc.). Even most chronic patients suffer from meteoropathy. Complaints are particularly pronounced in people with weaker immunity.
Symptoms usually appear 24 to 48 hours before a change in weather and disappear after conditions stabilize (that is, as soon as they become normal to the human body). People with diabetes who also have some cardiovascular disorders and people with bone and joint diseases are particularly affected.

  1. Follow the weather forecast – meteoropathy has become a serious problem in recent decades. That is why the weather forecast includes a section dedicated to people sensitive to weather changes. So follow the biometeorological reports. In this way, you can find out which complaints can be aggravated (and only in agreement with the doctor take the appropriate medicine in a timely manner, paying attention to possible unwanted consequences). Always try to deal with the problem in natural ways.
  2. Movement is necessary – it has been proven that there are almost no meteorologists among people who regularly move and stay outdoors. So spend more time in nature, exercise, be active to overcome weather turbulence. Even light recreation (walking, cycling, swimming, running, etc.) is an excellent remedy against ailments. Open the windows in the rooms regularly to circulate fresh air in the home.
  3. Changing the menu – avoid all foods that can be harmful to the body. Avoid fatty, salty, highly spicy food completely. Reduce your alcohol intake. Eat foods rich in vitamins and antioxidants. People with a weak heart should eat legumes, fish and nuts, people with sick joints should eat more green leafy vegetables, drink vegetable milk (instead of cow’s milk). Hydration is important, so drink 6 to 8 glasses of water a day. Drink daily non-carbonated mineral water with a slice of lemon and freshly squeezed unsweetened juices and various types of herbal drinks.
  4. Drink less coffee – people who feel discomfort due to the change of weather usually drink coffee. Limit yourself to 2 cups of coffee a day. Occasionally try to replace coffee with green or black tea without sugar.
  5. Rest is important – lack of sleep makes the body more sensitive to various influences, including weather changes (morning fog and slightly denser air make a person irritable, and after an evening chill, a feeling of “lightning” or stabbing in the head may occur). Establish a sleep schedule if possible. It is recommended to take a light walk before going to bed, do yoga or enjoy aromatherapy. After that, it is recommended to shower alternately with warm and cold water for better circulation.
  6. Aromatherapy – do a relaxing massage once a month if you have the opportunity. In this way, you will get rid of the stress that increases the symptoms of meteoropathy. Aromatherapy is very useful against ailments caused by weather changes. Inhaling the scent of essential oils of lemon, orange and lavender stimulates the secretion of organic substances that relieve ailments.
  7. Consume one of these foods daily: ginger, green tea and turkey. Ginger is indispensable in the treatment of vertigo. It is effective in the fight against nausea, malaise and other ailments. It can be used in the form of tea, capsules or spices. Green tea is rich in ingredients that calm irritated nerves and at the same time increase alertness. Drink at least one cup of green tea every day. Turkey contains a lot of tryptophan (an amino acid that stimulates the release of the happy hormone serotonin). It has a beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system. Relieves discomfort due to changes in weather conditions.


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