Two thirds of the human body is water. Water is an essential component involved in every function of the body. It helps transport nutrients and waste products in and out of cells. It is necessary for all digestive, absorption, circulatory and excretory functions, and for the maintenance of proper body temperature.
The moon has such a dramatic effect on the Earthís oceans, then could it have a similar relationship with our bodies,as water is such a large part of
our make up? The theory argues that a mini tidal effect, especially in the liquid surrounding the brain, must have consequences on us. However, it may
not due to the scale . Whilst there is a marked and visible effect on the oceans and seas, which give us tides, the moonís gravitational pull is
interacting with vast volumes of water. The same rise and fall as in the oceons is not seen in a glass of water or even a container filled with the
same amount of water as in the human body. The general scientific consensus therefore seems to be that the moonís tidal effect on a human body is
negligible or non-existent. Although the pull from the moon does not seem to affect us directly in this way, it does have a profound effect on the
Earth and on numerous biological events - and these certainly do affect us.