In the last month of summer, up to six magnetic storms of varying strength will appear, so even people who are not affected by them in general may feel some discomfort
Magnetic storms occur when a stream of solar matter hits Earth's magnetic field, creating some ripples.
They are caused by solar flares and can cause disruption to electricity, radio communications and satellite navigation. They can also negatively affect some people's self-esteem.
A weak storm will occur on August 2nd, so it will not affect most of the population in any way. The middle storm will occur on August 10.
In a few more days - on the 13th and 14th - weak phenomena will appear, while on the 21st and 22nd there will be a strong storm that will last more than a day. And the last event is expected on August 29.
You don't need to worry if your body doesn't react in any way to space weather. If there is any impact, it will only be in the form of a slight mood swing.
As a rule, people who are affected by magnetic storms have headaches, raise blood pressure, fatigue occurs for no particular reason, pain occurs in muscles and joints, and sleep is disturbed.
Also, often everything is accompanied by a bad mood and a depressed state. People get annoyed with their loved ones for no reason, resulting in quarrels.
To correct the situation, it is worth walking more in the fresh air, getting enough sleep, giving up harmful food, alcohol and cigarettes, and drinking more herbal teas.
Magnetic storms can last a few hours or a few days. In this regard, we recommend that you always have a first aid kit with you, especially if you have chronic diseases (recurrences often occur during storms).