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Magnetic storm of March 8, 2023: what awaits meteorologists on a holiday weekend

The Earth’s magnetic field on Wednesday March 8 will be calm. The strength of the oscillations will not exceed 2 points.

The next burst of solar activity is expected on March 15 and 26. The Earth will be hit by geomagnetic impacts with a force of 4-5 points.

On the days of even small magnetic storms, experts recommend that weather-dependent people refrain from intense physical and mental stress, do not overwork themselves, get more rest and walk in the fresh air for at least 1 hour a day.

It is also worth switching to a healthy diet. In particular, it is necessary to refrain from fried, floury, salty and other “heavy” foods.

The body needs to be rested, so you need to sleep at least 7-8 hours a day. On days of magnetic storms, you should not get out of bed sharply – you should not cause dizziness. This condition is the result of slow blood flow in the human body, as well as some oxygen deprivation. People taking medication for high blood pressure are more susceptible to this.

Fans of traditional medicine can safely rely on various healing tinctures, but in no case on alcohol. Various extracts will bring vigor and strengthen the immune system: ginseng, golden root, Chinese magnolia. Absolutely everyone does not hurt to drink mint tea. St. John’s wort, motherwort, wild rose, valerian, lemon balm can help.

Ordinary water also contributes to reducing the influence of magnetic storms. Water procedures will benefit, as well as if you drink more clean water during the day. But it is better to refuse coffee and alcohol.

You shouldn’t think too much about magnetic storms. Excitement can affect the cardiovascular system more than the event itself. Just try to always keep yourself in good shape – both physically and emotionally.

Let us recall what has been reported previouslyhow to boost immunity during the cold season.


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