The effects of the full moon have always been in the news. Debates on how and why a full moon affects or does not affect human behavior have always been a hot topic. There have been many research foundations and organizations studying the effects of the full moon on humans and human behaviors. It is believed that the moon has its frequency, and so does the human brain. The frequency of the human brain and that of the moon are almost the same. The frequency in our mind is nothing but a catalyst that gives rise to our thoughts, and when there is a full moon, it gives us more thoughts because due to the higher frequency, our stimulus is working at more high speed, for which we start thinking more and more when it is a full moon.
Eventually, it has also been discovered that the moon does not generally create many effects on the human body except that due to full moonlight at night, people cannot sleep properly, which can cause a lot of other diseases related to the brain or nerves. However, it is also described that our body is made of more water and less of earth.
Similar to the earth we live in, which comprises more water, and due to the full moon, the gravitational pull increases for which tides happen, similarly due to a full moon, it is such depicted that the water content of our body also faces higher gravitational pull for which our systems inside our body might get interrupted from its daily course. Some other effects that might be on us are below.
EPILEPSY: A study in the journal Epilepsy & Behavior in 2004 found no connection between epileptic seizures and the full moon, even though some patients believe their seizures to be triggered by the full moon.
PSYCHIATRIC VISITS: A 2005 study by Mayo Clinic researchers, reported in the journal Psychiatric Services, looked at how many patients checked into a psychiatric emergency department between 6 pm. and 6 am. over several years.
EMERGENCY ROOM VISITS: Researchers examined 150,999 records of emergency room visits to a suburban hospital.
PET INJURIES: In studying 11,940 cases at the Colorado State University Veterinary Medical Center, researchers found the risk of emergency room visits to be 23 percent higher for cats and 28 percent higher for dogs on days surrounding full moons. It could be people tend to take pets out more during the full moon, raising the odds of an injury, or perhaps something else is at work — the study did not determine a cause.
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ANIMALS GONE WILD
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