Recently we been experiencing an intensive amount of solar activity from the Sun, called Solar Flares.
This source of energy definitely has an effect on various sources of communication such as radios and cell phones. So it seems obvious that a few humans might feel the effects of a solar flare hitting our Earth.
How do solar flares affect humans? I’m not sure this phenomenon has ever been studied. However if you work in an Emergency Room, any nurse or doctor will tell you that the full moon has a definite effect on some people and their behavior. Therefore if an energy source is strong enough to interrupt radio communication, common sense will tell you that a few people may also feel the result of solar flare.
Remember what happened years ago? “In 1989, a strong solar storm destroyed a transformer in Quebec and left 6 million people without power for nine hours” Click here for details.
If an energy source is strong enough to knock out a transformer, why wouldn’t this same energy alter humans in some way?
Should you worry? No, because most people will not notice any difference, just like most people are not affected by a full moon.
However a few people may be more sensitive to solar flares. If you feel you are being affected, it might help to drink a little more water to assist your body in flushing out any irritants.