Meteopaths are people sensitive to adverse weather conditions, such as sudden changes in pressure, rain, strong wind, lack of sunshine for a long time, or significant temperature jumps. They result in improper reactions in the somatic and mental sphere of man. These people have weakened immunity that adapts the body to changing weather conditions. The most common symptoms accompanying people sensitive to changes in the weather are drowsiness, drowsiness, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, feeling of pressure and pulsation in the temples, joint and muscle pain, and excessive nervousness, which also affects the mood, lack of energy and the feeling of breakdown. In addition, it is associated with an inappropriate lifestyle that includes constant rush, everyday stress, the use of stimulants and insufficient sleep.
How to fight these symptoms?
Such people are advised to change their lifestyle, including modifying the diet, which may also be one of the elements affecting the well-being during changes in the weather. It is worth to permanently include products that are a source of magnesium, because deficiencies of this element in the body interfere with the heart, causing arrhythmia and accelerated cardiac action, ischemia and hypertension increasing discomfort during atmospheric changes. Therefore, your daily menu should not lack wholemeal bread and groats, nuts and dishes containing legumes. However, for the proper functioning of the nervous system are needed B vitamins, often deficient in our diet, especially in people usually exposed to stressful situations. These vitamins are found in pork and beef meat, wheat bran, groats, legumes, mackerel and mushrooms.
To reduce the risk of headaches or deterioration, remember to drink at least 6-8 glasses of water throughout the day. It will hydrate your body and enable better absorption of B vitamins. Water should be drunk throughout the day to prevent the body fluid from falling down in the body.
Put the herbs into the diet!
The herbs may be helpful in this situation. There are many known plants that are adaptogens, i.e. herbal medicines that act in the body as regulators that help in adapting to stressful situations such as ginseng, rosacea and aloe vera. In addition, you can also use valerian root, hops cones, passionflower herb and melissa. They are consumed in the form of herbal infusions, food additives or ready-made preparations available in the pharmacy. They have a soothing effect on the nervous system, support falling asleep and reduce stomach and digestive discomfort.