Olga Korennova, professor of the Department of Internal Diseases and Family Medicine of Additional Professional Education, Omsk State Medical University, told how to survive sharp weather changes. "Rossiyskaya Gazeta" writes about this. Meteosensitivity is not a myth or a fictitious disease, she said. Due to the "temperature swing", a large number of people come to clinics with complaints of pressure, migraines, joint pain and heart palpitations. As the doctor notes, the vessels adjust to temperature changes "at a breakneck speed." When the atmospheric pressure changes, the pressure inside the cranium and abdominal cavity also changes, and pain appears. Korennova advises meteorological people to increase vascular endurance - to exercise regularly, take a contrast shower and temper. At the same time, training to exhaustion in the gym will only aggravate health problems, the specialist suggests replacing them with daily walks for at least 30 minutes. Earlier, the scientific director of the Hydrometeorological Center, Roman Vilfand, spoke about the powerful abnormal temperature drops in Russia.