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If can’t think clearly, there might be a storm brewing. Weatherman Flip Spiceland shows you how a drop in air pressure can ...
affect your brainpower.
Atmospheric pressure Effects on Mood
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Philips: Ever fine and get the little harder to keep yourself on track when a storm is coming, as because some people are sensitive with the small changes in atmospheric pressure, storms can cause air pressure to fluctuate, which can then effect how well our brain works, if you are tired or sleeping you might find yourself starring out the window, instead of typing out the last few graphs on that report. But If you are alert the dropping pressure might actually help you work faster, some people feel energized by so, our moods can also be affected, if they are long talker in line behind you is just getting on your last nerve, that might not be your fault, may be it's the air pressure that's getting to.
The high altitude were the pressure is low, some people can have difficult to reading a map, or doing other task that involved thinking on though they have got -- what's more a short term memory can take a hit. And what's more short term memory can have make that I just say may be it start to come down0 with wellness and weather, I am Philips.