Astronauts revealed the changes that occurred in their bodies as a result of space travel. British astronaut Tim Peake explained the flu-like symptoms he suffered after his flight away from Earth.
Many astronauts notice that they have gained height after returning home from space, And the longer the distance, the longer they got, andIn 2018, Japanese astronaut Norishige Kanai revealed that he had grown almost an inch after spending just three weeks on the International Space Station. According to the RT website.
Increase in height, caused by the absence of gravity, as إذ The absence of gravity allows the vertebrae in the spine to diverge, increasing the length.
Beck explained that although astronauts may not notice the change, there are some sensations that they feel “immediately.”‘, indicating that The feeling of weightlessness is immediately noticeable after removing the seat belt فك.
Beck explained, Being underweight can make you feel like you have the flu. He added, “You may also feel like you’re slouching a lot, due to the lack of gravity, which is an “unusual” feeling“.
“You feel the effects of weightlessness right away,” Beck said. “The moment the main energy is cut off, you go into a state of weightlessness, you feel the shift in your body fluids, you have facial swelling, your nose is a little bit blocked, and you can feel the pressure inside the skull increasing,” Beck said. It’s like you’ve got a cold or the flu, and when you get out of the spacecraft and are allowed to float naturally, your shoulders feel more curved.“.
Fluids in the body also tend to move up, because gravity does not pull them down, which means there is More pressure on the eyes, which can lead to vision problems.
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