In the spring, joint pains, blood pressure, and asthenia are just some of the effects of atmospheric pressure variation that most often accompany the season.
The environment plays an extremely important role in many of our physiological processes, and this is because the body is constantly adapting to changes in atmospheric pressure. But when the changes are sudden, the body will consume more energy in an attempt to adapt, and this can cause problems.
As with joints, arteries and veins have intra-arterial pressure, which is subject to elevated atmospheric pressure from outside, will cause changes in blood flow that will most often result in changes in blood pressure or other cardiac problems. “Not accidentally, spring is the season in which heart disease is most often manifested and both infarct and stroke increases,” says physiotherapist Bogdan Goga.
“Changing atmospheric pressure, which usually occurs before time changes, may result in joint pain. Joints are in fact closed, compact structures that have intra-articular pressure. When there is a significant difference between the pressure inside the joint and the outside pressure, atmospheric, and the pressure inside does not have time to adapt to the outside, the body will perceive this as a dangerous factor and will generate an aggressive stimulus that will translate in pain, “explains Bogdan Goga, physiotherapist.
It also warns that people exposed to such a risk are those with a sensitive background or prematurely aged joints or those suffering from various conditions.
The spring asthenia is characterized by fatigue and occurs due to imbalances and the fact that our body fails to adapt to the changes in the environment in a timely manner. Energy resources are limited, so the body is getting tired in trying to adapt.
How does the movement help us to combat these problems?
The role of an individual’s well-being movement is well-known and carries physical and mental benefits. The physiotherapist explains how the movement helps us in fighting joint pain, blood pressure, and asthenia.
If you suffer from joint pain, symptoms specific to arthritis or degenerative rheumatism, it is good to have a visit to the physiotherapy cabinet. Once these conditions are installed, they can not be cured, but a personalized physiotherapy program will help you reduce pain and stop the disease. It will also restore correct joints functionality, and changes in atmospheric pressure will no longer have an impact on the body.
Blood pressure problems can also be solved if you go outdoors and move, adopting in parallel a balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Also, regular kinetotherapy will normalize cardiac activity and tone the muscles, which will work more efficiently and with less energy, reducing the body’s fat deposits. Thus, the heart will be able to function at physiological parameters, with blood pressure and pulse at optimal parameters.
Physical therapy, in cases of spring mist, is essential. Preferably, the kinetotherapy program is personalized and made outdoors so as to activate various muscle groups and secrete serotonin, the substance responsible for the well being.