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What is Solar Maximum and How Might It Affect Your Health

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Welcome to solar maximum. This year poses to be a physically demanding time. The sun, a massive magnetic star, is at the peak of an approxmately 11-year cycle where sunspots on the sun’s surface are at maximum activity. Active sunspots drive vast amounts of energy into space in the form of solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs), thereby changing the environment between Earth and the sun. This phenomenon is termed space weather.


How is the sun’s amped up activity and the space weather it generates affecting people on planet Earth? How might it be impacting your physical body?


A solar flare is a brilliant flash of light, and a CME is an immense cloud of magnetized particles hurled in a particular direction, sometimes Earth-facing. Either eruption is unfathomably big energy.


It takes eight minutes for the light from a solar flare to reach Earth.Traveling over a million miles (1,609,344 km) per hour, the plasma from a CME can take up to three days to reach our planet.


Both types of eruptions can potentially cause satellite blackouts and overload electrical power grids, just to name a couple of detrimental effects. For this reason, space weather is closely monitored by NASA and a variety of science entities.


A growing number of individuals are paying attention to the various space weather stations and apps reporting active sunspots and subsequent space weather conditions. I myself started a couple of years ago, when the sudden onset of inexplainable physical symptoms, present one day but gone the next, led me me to Schuman Resonance reporting. From there, my awareness of the approaching solar maximum grew. By diligently observing the solar activity reporting, in the past many months I’ve learned that I—like many others—am highly energy sensitive. My body is akin to a weather vane indicating when Earth is receiving vibrational downpour from the sun’s peaking solar activity.


These days, when the sun flares, my body flares too.


This sounds farfetched and highly unusual, right? Well, we live in highly unusual times. The current cycle—Solar Cycle 25—is gauged to peak during 2024 into 2025, and is considered to be one of the strongest of the past 100 years. In other words, as I write this, space weather conditions are peaking, and we are currently receiving solar vibrational downpour in massive waves. Case in point: these days, my phone often displays a long list of “breaking news” space weather conditions from the Schuman Resonance and Space Weather Live apps. Two year ago, such notifications occurred much less frequently.


Some scientists disagree with me while others don’t. Many maintain that there are no adverse effects to humans from the sun’s explosions and the high energy it shoots into space. On the other hand, at least one study has found a list of unfavorable impacts on human health from solar activity. Moreover, “heliobiology” is an areas of science dedicated to research the link between solar activity and human health, as some scientists are convinced that changes in solar activity can cause health issues.


If you ask me, humans are energy beings. We feel, sense, and are impacted by frequencies. Like a device that receives invisible signals from a satellite somewhere in space, we too receive frequencies from the sun. Each one of us is affected when the sun’s activity increases and sunspots transmit intensive doses of higher frequeny light—carried by the different space weather elements— through the solar system reaching us as we go about our earthly life. Energetically, it feels like a shock wave when these frequencies hit our system, and it may cause a variety of physical symptoms.


While the science apps and space stations tracking the sun’s activity do not acknowledge physical symptoms, social media is now crowded with accounts that report on the sun’s energetic outpouring and how ensuing space weather might impact people physically. Below is a list of some of the symptoms mentioned, many of which I too have experienced.


This list is for informational purposes. If you encounter serious or persistent symptoms, seek medical attention.


  • Ears ringing
  • Hearing high-pitched sounds
  • Nausea
  • Anxiety
  • Extreme fatigue
  • Lethargy
  • Achy joints
  • Jaw pain
  • Memory issues
  • Blurry vision
  • Nerve pain
  • Sore muscles
  • Body feeling older/heavier
  • Diarrhea/constipation
  • Excessive thirst and/or hunger
  • Loss of appetite
  • Migraines
  • Sleeplessness


The solar maximum activity will be impacting Earth, technologies, and us for many months still. Living under such space weather conditions is highly demanding for our physical bodies, and it is more imporant than ever to care properly for your physical needs. I personally take extra care to stay hydrated, eat nourishing foods, spend time in nature, and stretch daily.


The above explanation of the solar cycle, solar activity and eruptions is highly simplified. If you would like to learn more about solar maximum and space weather, please see the resources listed below.


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