Scientists at the Russian Academy of Sciences have warned that a huge magnetic storm will strike Earth on March 18, disrupting satellites, GPS navigation and power grids across the planet.
According to doctors, people may experience headaches and dizziness as a result of the storms.
During a magnetic storm, doctors advise to drink more fluids and to avoid using electrical equipment. “Try to sleep. Do not overload the body with excess coffee, alcohol, heavy food,” recommends therapist Victoria Poroshenko.
The magnetic storm that will reach Earth on March 18 will be the third since the beginning of this year. The first was recorded on January 15 and the second on February 19.
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