Public Enemy Number 1: Stress – A Connection to Space Weather’s Daily Impacts
Our biological bodies are responding to stress in many different ways and it can be a trigger in sudden death through heart attacks and strokes, or even in diseases like cancer. Stress factors are individual, however, there are some biological stressors all humans have in common.
People generally refer to it as sensitivity to changes in the weather, and most of us have experienced it or know someone who has, be it family or friends. Of those who claim to feel changes in weather or seasons, the most common examples are spring fever and winter depression.
So what? Why is this happening and what is causing it?
It is important to pay attention to the fact that we live in an environment where everything is in constant change, even though we are not aware of many of these changes taking place.
The geomagnetic field is creating a underlying a set of frequencies that are also steering the 24 hour day and night rhythm, via the Pineal Gland which is located in the middle of a vertebrate’s brain. Studies have shown that, periods with geomagnetic disturbances, add an additional stress factor to our environment and to our state of health, well being.
Hans Selye, was a Hungarian who pioneered endocrinologist and introduced his work about the General Adaptation Syndrome in 1936 with a model that shows in three phases what the alleged effects of stress have on the body.