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Why our barometric pressure, weather fronts, motility, migraines, gut health, flora good & bad bacteria, microbiota balance, 1st & 2nd brain on our chronic journey matter.
Here is a piece of a blog about fishing speaking about barometric pressure and weather fronts. Why would we respond any differently to our environment, to weather, barometric pressure than other habitants on our planet. This provides other evidence to our already known knowledge of certainty of our bodies. We have the facts occurring repetitively overtime. Why are some people more sensitive to the barometric pressure and weather fronts than others? I think there may be many explanations to this particular issue, but the one which stands out to me is … if we picture a heavy gauge rubber hose made to withstand high pressure water, like firemen use. What hat happens if an area weakens or becomes comprised, malfunctions? It perforates, right? If pressure were applied internally/externally on a comprised or malfunctioning digestive tract wouldn’t it be an entirely different experience than that of a normal digestive tract?
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The captain and I continued to talk about weather while we waited. I have heard a bunch of fishing tales about weather affecting fishing, so I asked what his thoughts were on barometric pressure, and he had a very interesting take. He told me that when it is a really nice sunny day with higher pressure, the fish will not bite because that higher pressure nauseates them. So, on what would seem a horrible day to fish, rainy and cold, the fish are quite hungry, especially after a high pressure system moves out.
After researching the myths and studies all over the world-wide web, here is what the vast majority has come to conclusion on when it comes to barometric pressure and fishing…
• High Pressure (30.50 +/Clear Skies) – Fish bite Medium to Slow in deeper water or near cover while fishing slowly.
• Medium Pressure (29.70 – 30.40/Fair Weather) – Normal Fishing using different gear or baits to meet the needs of the fish.
• Low Pressure (29.60 and under/Cloudy/Rainy Weather) – Fishing Slows. Go at them slow in deeper water or near cover.
• Rising Pressure/Improving Weather – The fish are slightly active. Go at them slow in deeper water or near cover.
• Stable Pressure/Fair Weather – Normal Fishing. This is the perfect to try different gear or baits.
• Falling Pressure/Degrading Weather – Best Fishing. The fish are likely to take anything they can get!!
I hope this proves useful in the hunt for that monster bass, King Salmon, or my forever elusive Wisconsin Northern. Keep this nugget of information in your tackle box, and share some pictures of how your time on the pond turned out!
While chronic migraines have long been treated, with good reason, through the protocol prism with lists food, drinks, condiments, etc
They are used in coordination with the patterns of weather. Almost every chronic migrainer knows the planing and efforts to empower themselves the for the inevitability of barometric pressure.
Those who have motility issues and migraines which seem to have their source from the gut try to find our way through to a unique blend – brew – intake with timing learned overtime to stay hydrated.
Our bodies are the key to our survival along with the careful attention to the details of what occurs on chronic journey during barometric pressure changes. I used to joke with my hubby — a long long time ago that I was a human barometer. I could tell you what was going to happen next by how my body felt. Lord, if I could have only known how close I was to understanding the bigger picture. I wasn’t though. I was taking it way too lightly.
I used to document everything in the beginning. One thing I couldn’t was the barometric pressure. At that time there were not smart phones, nor internet access. Not in the way it is now. Yes, I have been blessed enough to be on the chronic journey awhile.
The biggest insight we can give ourselves is documentation of our chronic journey. You will see patterns, write down everything! Intake, outtake, every detail matters, time of day, amounts of everything, time spent doing anything, pain levels, symptoms each day, everything you sip or eat meticulously write in details – the amounts with time and date. Make sure you the record amount of sleep as well.
May everyone be blessed with comfort and strength today ++++