Life at altitude contributes to the development of depression

It turns out that the cause of neuroses, depression, and panic attacks can be not only stress, but also lives on the upper floors of tall buildings! American scientists conducted a special study of the mental state of the residents of high-rise urban buildings. Experts came to the unequivocal conclusion that the people best to settle not above the 7th floor.

In their opinion, the mental health of the residents of the upper floors is in danger, and for several reasons. The first reason is the influence of the magnetic field of the Earth. It is known that from the height it weakens, resulting in an increased load on the nervous, immune and cardiovascular system. And this, in turn, leads to panic attacks and other symptoms of the VSD.

But this is not the only reason to avoid living on top. There is another reason for bringing in a lot of trouble to residents of high-rises – is electromagnetic radiation from household appliances. Of course, wiring and electrical equipment “kicking” both the first and the fifteenth floor. However, the concrete structure of the building prevents the passage of electromagnetic waves.

Causing electromagnetic radiation starts to circulate throughout the building, significantly increasing on the higher floors. Such repeated amplification of electromagnetic waves does not pass for a man in vain. Doctors have long known that residents of the upper floors of the prefabricated houses more often complain of depression and a variety of headaches.

In addition, residents of high-rise buildings is highly affected by sound vibrations emitted by vehicles, engineering equipment of buildings and industrial installations. This vibration at high altitude is almost not felt by man, but always acts on his body, which can lead to insomnia, as depression, anxiety and unexplained fears.

Conclusion the American scientists is simple: if you care about your physical and mental health, it is not necessary to choose an apartment on the upper floors.

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