People who are sensitive to weather changes are called meteoropaths or "under the weather"
people.Meteoropaths are 30-35% of the world's population.
Even in ancient times, there were many famous people, who felt "under the weather": Hippocrates, Napoleon, Mozart, Leonardo da Vinci, Byron, Columbus.
Most of the weather-sensitive people are people with cardiovascular system diseases (about 70% of all meteoropaths) and also people with bone or joint trauma.
Despite of this, official medicine does not consider meteoropathy as a disease. That's why this disease and diagnosis are not included in the International Classification of Diseases. The reason for officially disregarding this disease is that some researchers have not been able to establish a link between poor health and weather changes.
At the same time, there are many international medical and scientific studies and research
confirming the connection between weather changes and health.