I am weather-sensitive Are You? Weather Sensitivity Treatment
Many people call themselves weather-sensitive. When the weather suddenly changes, you suddenly feel pain, you feel “not quite there”, somehow everything is not quite up to normal. But can that actually be due to the weather? Or is it pure imagination? The only question is whether so many people who have complaints when the weather changes can be mistaken collectively.
When a thunderstorm hits the accident rate increases by 7 percent. In a change from cold to humid, humid air, this statistic increases by 9 percent. Can the statistics be wrong? Appraisals for courts have shown that Föhnwetter increases the propensity to violence. 30 percent of the Central European population should be weather-sensitive.
From a scientific point of view, weather sensitivity does not seem to be imaginary. Rather, it is a reaction of the body to atmospheric environmental stimuli, which is not based on clearly definable organic damage.
Weather biotope is the term for the biological effect of the weather. Just that there is this technical term already indicates that it is indeed a scientifically proven effect of the weather on the human organism.
This disorder increases already existing diseases. Particularly affected are people with underlying diseases such as acute bronchitis, asthma, rheumatism, scars, amputations, cardiovascular diseases and arteriosclerosis.
Allergy sufferers beware!
According to ECARF (European Foundation for Allergy Research) about 13 million people in Germany are affected by allergies. Even in winter, many people with allergies can breathe only briefly. “There are more and more years in which the hazelnut pollen partly fly at the end of December, the very first in certain regions,” says the allergist Professor Karl-Christian Bergmann (Director of the Foundation German Pollen Information Service).
Although it is not a disease of the modern age, however, the ‘modern’ living conditions seem to lead to increased allergies. “The reason for the increasing number of allergy sufferers is likely to be the increasing pollen load, most likely caused by the high concentration of CO2 in the air,” explains dr. Michael Bohndorf (ENT specialist from Dusseldorf).
Another factor in increased allergy in our time has been disclosed in a US study from Philadelphia, published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research . According to this, fears could increase the symptoms of allergies. Fears are part of a success-oriented, stressed society.
Weather-sensitive, weather-sensitive or allergic – bioweather is a real problem for many Germans!
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