Refuted the link between inclement weather and rheumatism

Scientists from Australia, investigated for a long time well-being in 1300 patients suffering from arthritis, rheumatism and back pain, came to the conclusion that the weather does not have any real impact on these problems. According to researchers, the discomfort from rheumatism in wet weather - the result of auto-suggestion.

"The belief that pain and rainy weather related, there are at least since Roman times - said the professor at the Institute for Global Health in Sydney, Chris Maher. - But our research shows that people record the events that fit into an already well-established in their view of the world. "

According to the scientist, human beings are very sensitive to external circumstances - so in those days, when it's cold and rainy, the pain is felt very clearly - and here in the warm and sunny days, causing a feeling of joy, the man is ready to forget about them.

The experiment was conducted in Sydney, has fully confirmed this view - with consistent and detailed observation it was found that the pain in the back or legs does not depend on cooling.