Of course it is out of the way and capability of medical experts to acknowledge the influence of lunar effect onto one's mental or physical health. If not affected by the surrounding of the human itself, impossible a typical human being can receive influence from an object situated almost 250,000 miles away with no scientifically proven forces. However, studies done have really proved that the moon phases do have some mysterious and unfathomable effect on the human's body. In certain regions, by certain human ethnics, this effect is named "Transylvania effect". One of the most apparent happenings enlightened is the sudden massive death of chronic epilepsy patients during the full moon period. Furthermore, the lunar effect has never been fully denied by some people due to the release of a study that states the nights during a full moon would cause the rise in the number of patients in the hospital. However, these patients who often complain of stroke symptoms turn out to be perfectly fine. From a scientific point of view, the moon's strong gravitational haul may upset the balance of the human body's fluid, having similar concept applied to the high and low tides of the ocean. Another scientifically accepted explanation is that the attraction modifies the body's organs and glands thus affecting human's health, although concrete proofs have never been forwarded. Besides, there were experts who supported the connection between lunar effect and human behavior, primarily the sleep is highly influenced by the source of light. Too much exposure towards brightness during the night will impinge on specific hormones that are usually stimulated by human's circadian system that is the indiscernible internal clock. But modern explanation defy it by saying more people are staying up late hence being deprived of sleep therefore leading to a decrement in the hormone stimulation. However, there are cases where experts come to admit the benefit of moon phases onto human's health, from the positive saying. This is particularly true for cardiac arrest where a drop was seen in cardiac arrests during the timeframe of the new moon.