Meteorological conditions affect mental health

Meteorological conditions affect mental health

Introduction: Meteorological conditions are an important factor that constitutes the human living environment. Meteorological conditions and their changes even affect people’s physical health, and their effects on people’s psychological emotions are also very obvious.

In some countries, when weather forecasts are issued, physical and psychological diseases that may be caused by the future weather are also announced, prompting timely precautionary measures based on weather conditions.

  Meteorological conditions are an important factor that constitutes the human living environment. Meteorological conditions and their changes not only affect people’s physical health, but also have a significant effect on people’s psychological emotions.

Favorable meteorological conditions can make people feel more emotional, comfortable, and improve their quality of life and work efficiency. Unfavorable meteorological conditions can make people feel depressed, dull-hearted, lazy, and even cause psychological and mental illness and behavior abnormalities.

  Research shows that high temperature, high humidity, rain and some abnormal weather events are not good for people’s mental health.

According to a World Health Organization data, the “El Ni?o phenomenon” of the last century caused depression in about 10 people worldwide, the incidence of mental illness increased by 8%, and traffic accidents increased by at least 5,000 times.

The reason is that “El Ni?o” anomalous meteorological changes have caused global climatic anomalies and weather disasters, which have exceeded the psychological endurance of some people, resulting in mental disorders such as restlessness and mental retardation.

  Experts have found that when the temperature is high or there is a warm current invasion, mental patients cannot fall asleep, yell and curse, and the number of beats is significantly increased. Normal people also have different levels of emotional changes.

  As a result of these sun exposures, in the rainy season or in the winter when the sun is not abundant, people’s spirits become lazy and their moods are unhappy.

  The impact of meteorological conditions on mental health has caused a high level of awareness among psychologists, behaviorists and medical experts.

In some countries, when weather forecasts are issued, physical and psychological diseases that may be caused by the future weather are also announced, prompting timely precautionary measures based on weather conditions.