Those of us who are sensitive to emotional environmental energy around us have been having issues with it lately. I've been on edge, have had random headaches and have been really touchy.
There is no such thing as 'environmental energy.' It's the same as spirit healers, auras, psychics, the power of prayer, or religion. I say this honestly, please see a psychiatrist.
I beg to differ, although of course, it depends on how you define "environment". A quick look through day to day crime reports indicates an increase in aggressive behaviour (as a quick guide to rabble-rousers, never try to get a riot started while it's raining
) over hot humid periods. Here's some more information if your interested...
...The importance of determining the role of weather in human health cannot be understated. Reports of large increases in mortality during heat and cold waves are commonplace; for example, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) estimated that 1,327 fatalities in the United States were directly attributed to the 1980 heat wave; fatalities in Missouri alone accounted for over 25% of the total excess deaths (U.S. Department of Commerce, 1980). During a heat wave in 1963, more than 4,600 deaths above a computed mean occurred in June and July in the eastern United States (Schuman et al., 1964). The impact of weather on human well-being goes beyond mortality; even birth rates and sperm counts appear to be affected by meteorological phenomena (C alot and Blayo, 1982; Tjoa et al., 1982; White, 1985).
This report will concentrate on the effects of weather upon human mortality. However, there are numerous other impacts of weather on the general health of the population, including morbidity, short-term changes in mood, emotional well-being, and aberrations from normal behavior.
For example, asthma attacks, many of which occur from inhalation of airborne agents such as spores and molds, appear to be related to various meteorological variables (White, 1985). Goldstein (1980) found that clusters of attacks are preceded by the passage of a cold front followed by a high pressure system. Morbidity attributed to pneumonia, influenza, bronchitis, and probably many other illnesses is also weather-related (White, 1985).
In addition, several atmospheric phenomena that are indirectly related to weather and might have an impact on mortality (the most notable being atmospheric pollutants and pollen concentrations) are not included in this review. A partial annotated bibliogr aphy of pollen concentration is presently available (Kalkstein and Robeson, 1984), but there is little research comparing weather/pollen relationships to human health. Meteorologic conditions exert a large influence on pollution concentrations and dispers ion and they also affect the impact of pollution on mortality and morbidity. Much of the literature on this topic has already been summarized (Stern, 1977)....
...While scientists have been trying to prove for some time that the Moon does exert an effect, what has not been established is why. Scientists have until now examined the theory that the Moon triggers changes through its gravitational pull. But the latest research points to an effect on people's hormones. "The lunar cycle has an impact on human reproduction, in particular fertility, menstruation and birth rate. Other events associated with human behaviour, such as traffic accidents, crimes, and suicides, appeared to be influenced by the lunar cycle,'' said Dr Michael Zimecki of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
"Although the exact mechanism of the Moon's influence on humans and animals awaits further exploration, knowledge of this kind of biorhythm may be helpful in police surveillance and medical practice,'' he said.
The researchers also found links between the lunar cycle and the likelihood of people being admitted to hospital with heart or bladder problems and with diarrhoea. The menstrual cycle, fertility, spontaneous abortions and thyroid disease were also affected. Just how the Moon could have an effect needs further research. Dr Zimecki suggests that it may be the effect of the Moon's gravity on immune systems, hormones and steroids....