Myths about the full moon and human health ‘cannot be completely denied’, review claims

An increase in disturbed behaviours and non-epileptic seizures have been linked to the full moon.

If you notice an increase in patients presenting with behavioural disturbances later this month it would not be totally irrational to blame the full moon, a review attempts to suggest.

Folklore has long given credence to the idea that lunar cycles have some effect on human health.