A full moon night has always been a mesmerizing sight, the legend of moonlit nights around the world has been the subject of many poets, writers and philosophers.
The Moon of the 14th also attracted scientists and medical experts. While the attraction of the full moon exerted its effects on gravity and the ocean, it also caused changes in the psychology and mood of humans and animals.
Medical experts say that there is a proven correlation between full moon nights and certain mental and psychological behaviors. Just as the moon’s gravity causes the ocean to swell from its shores, it can also cause many extremes and extremes.
An example of this is the English word lontic, which means crazy, or crazy, from the Latin word luna, meaning moon.
Medical experts say that full moon nights also affect our physical health, in what way? Let’s find out.
According to a study published in the Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research, our heart’s performance is at its peak on moonlit nights, which means a slight increase in blood flow and heart rate.
Experts recommend avoiding strenuous exercise or strenuous physical activity during such times.
Medical experts say that our brain is made of water, that’s why the full moon has its effects on our brain like the ocean.
According to some research conducted in America, epileptic seizures are reduced during moonlit nights in epilepsy patients, but experts are still unable to find the final and solid scientific reason for this.
Many mental conditions can also be milder or worse during these nights.
In addition, many people complain of headaches during these nights.
Our kidneys are also made up of 60% water so they are also affected by the moon’s attraction.
According to the Journal of Urology, patients with kidney stones experience increased pain during full moon nights, and other kidney problems also increase during these days.
Melatonin, a hormone in our body necessary for sleep, is produced when the body is in a natural sleep environment, i.e. dark, comfortable and the feeling that it is time to sleep.
The light from a full moon naturally affects the amount of melatonin in our body whether we are under the moonlight or not, therefore reducing the duration and quality of our sleep.
The monthly cycle of menstruation is 28 or 29 days like the moon itself and this is not just a coincidence.
According to a study conducted in China, at least 30 percent of women around the world ovulate or are fertile during full moon nights, while menstruation begins in the early days of the moon.
Full moon nights are also generally considered a sign of fertility.
Possibility of accidents
According to experts, during full moon nights (or days) we are more likely to suffer from various accidents.
According to a study published in the World Journal of Surgery in 2011, 40 percent of medical professionals believe in ‘full moon madness’, because of the variety of emergency calls that medical centers receive these days. 3% increase while in the early days of the moon these calls decrease by 6%.
Physicians also say that on full moon days, they receive complaints from their patients of headaches, numbness, or difficulty concentrating. They are absolutely fine.