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I always believed that the full moon is supposed to bring
werewolves and vampires out into the open. Did you know some people
even believe that staring at the full moon could cause one to go
I always believed that the full moon is supposed to bring werewolves and vampires out into the open. Did you know some people even believe that staring at the full moon could cause one to go mad! Well, some movies surely played a major role in making us believe that; if there were some weird things happening in the night, the moon was to be blamed! Poor moon.
I think many people still live in a bubble that the mystical powers of the full moon induce irregular behaviors, psychiatric hospital admissions, suicides, homicides, traffic accidents, dog bites and cause all such strange events. It is time to burst that bubble you live in and enlighten you with the fact that the full moon doesnt make people go crazy. It is a myth! The truth is we are just being paranoid and superstitious about this.
The full moons hypothetical effects on the behavior of humans arise from its influence on water. It was believed that perhaps the moon somehow disrupted the alignment of water molecules in the nervous system because the human body is about 80 percent water.
The gravitational effects of the moon are far too minute to generate any significant effects on brain activity, let alone behavior. The moons gravitational force affects only open bodies of water like the oceans and lakes; the contained sources of water, such as the human brain wont be affected. The gravitational effect of the moon is just as potent during new moons, when the moon is invisible to us, as it is during full moons!
Historians believe that the brightness of a full moon may have disturbed peoples sleep schedules; it causes strange behavior due to sleep deprivation.
So, the full moon isn't causing all the mini gravitational tides in our watery bodies it is the extra light that is messing with our heads!