Monday, 23 May 2016

Are you feeling the rain?


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"Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet." (Bob Marley)

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Some people are literally feeling the rain and other changes in weather elements. If for example the temperature, the air pressure or the humidity changes, a weather-sensitive person reacts with varying intensity to these changes. It means the weather can affect a person’s well-being. A few of the symptoms are the lack of concentration, tiredness, sleep disorders, dizziness, headache and migraine. They vary from person to person, one only feels tired, the other needs to take medicine to get through the day. It is said that the intensity of these symptoms increases with age or lower level of fitness. And at the same time, critics say that wheather sensitivity does not exist at all and the affected people just want to blame something else for their unhealthy lifestyle.

But why do some people respond to weather and others don’t? Somebody once told me, that sensitive people should feel lucky because it means that they are still connected with the nature. And it’s true, we are all a part of it.

Many animals can sense changes in weather in advance too. There are many articles that say, they response not only to weather changes but also to natural disasters like earthquakes.
Elephants for example can sense rain up to miles away. But if you are paying attention in your own garden or in the park, you will notice that bees are nowhere before rains which means that they probably feel it. If you are looking at the sky, take a moment and watch the birds. I learned it as a child that if they are flying low in the sky, it will probably rain. 

The question stays. What can you do about weather sensitivity? Some suggest to drink a lot of water, others say to spend more time outdoors in all kinds of weather or they recommend to take hot and cold showers but different oils like lavender might help too.


  Are you feeling the changes in the weather too? What do you do to lower the symptoms? Do you have a „secret” that helps? I’m looking forward to your comments. Have a lovely day.  :)

Lots of love,
E

34 comments:

  1. Nice post.

    I'm definitely one of the people that feel the effects of the weather. I'm quite tired when there's rain and I also get a headache quite frequently when the weather is bad.

    It's certainly a real thing for sure.

    Hope you're having a great day :)

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