Somehow get rid of meteoropathy
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“It’s raining today, so my head hurts …”
You who say such a thing are “meteoropathy”.
Meteoropathy is characterized by complaining of physical disorders due to changes in atmospheric pressure and weather.
Various symptoms such as headache, dizziness, palpitation and anxiety appear.
You will want to get rid of meteoropathy.
Can meteoropathy be managed?
The principle of meteoropathy is as follows.
When a low pressure system comes, it goes without saying that the air pressure drops.
When the air pressure drops, the body expands.
Do you know what this means when you go to the top of Mt. Fuji?
The summit of Mt. Fuji is the lowest pressure point in Japan.
As anyone who has been there knows, a bag of sweets swells in a bag.
This is due to the pressure difference between the ground and the summit of Mt. Fuji.
This is hard to notice, but it is also happening to the human body.
Various parts of the human body are also bag-shaped.
The head is easy to understand, isn’t it?
The head is also expanding at the top of Mt. Fuji.
When it swells, it causes poor blood flow, which causes headaches.
At the top of Mt. Fuji, this is called altitude sickness.
On the ground, it is called a meteoropathy.
Both are symptoms caused by sudden changes in barometric pressure.
Therefore, it is recommended to climb slowly to prevent altitude sickness.
Gradually get used to the difference in atmospheric pressure.
So what about meteoropathy?
It’s easy to understand if you compare it to a typhoon.
Typhoons come at about 15 or 20 km / h, depending on the object.
To that typhoon
“Can you come a little slower?”
Even if you ask, it is not against the providence of nature.
“Then, what about meteoropathy?”
How to get rid of meteoropathy
You can’t control typhoons and cyclones, but you can control yourself.
This blog explains the familiar border theory.
It is assumed that the borderline where headaches occur is 100 points.
You won’t have a headache up to 99 points, but expect a headache when you reach 100 points.
Let’s assume that the damage received when a typhoon comes is 10 points.
I usually have around 95 points, so I can live without headaches.
However, if 10 points of damage are added when a typhoon hits, it will reach 105 points and a headache will develop.
In this case, no one can control the damage caused by a typhoon.
Even those who do not complain of meteoropathy suffer the same 10 points of damage.
All living creatures living on the ground take 10 points of damage.
Dogs, cats, and mice receive it.
So what should people do if they want to get rid of meteoropathy?
You already know, right?
The original 95 points should be changed to 85 points.
No, the farther away from the borderline, the better.
In other words, this point is the person’s physical condition.
If you feel better than you are now, meteoropathy will not occur even if a slight low pressure system comes.
So how do you get better?
My recommendation is to stay in good posture all day long.
It is the autonomic nerves that manage the physical condition.
Its autonomic nerves are in the spine.
By spending all day in a good posture, the autonomic nervous system works better and you feel better day by day.
How to take a good posture
Place your palm on your hips.
Bend the spine by squeezing the muscles on either side of the spine just above the palm of your hand (I think your spine is probably protruding, but this spine is inherently warped. It is).
Keeping a good posture and correcting the spine will improve meteoropathy in the shortest possible time.