Weather and health forecasts warn you of weather conditions that trigger migraine
headaches, symptoms of arthritis or fibromyalgia symptoms, the winter blues and seasonal
affective disorder. Bioweather forecasts, as they are also known, are based on the
science of biometeorology.
Weather sensitivity affects your mood and could be the cause of being listless, fatigued,
or a lack of sleep. High temperatures are often the trigger for low blood pressure
symptoms, while a cold snap may well be the cause of hypertension. If you suffer
from weather headaches or chronic back pain, you may find that a foehn wind or chinook
wind, a weather front or positive ions in the atmosphere are the trigger.
There is strong evidence that solar storms affect human health.
Storm events can significantly increase the number of heart attacks and strokes.
Dizziness, migraine attacks, and adverse effects on human judgment and behavior are
some of the various disorders associated with the sun’s outbursts.