BAROMETRIC PRESSURE AND FIBROMYALGIA…

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Fibromyalgia sufferers are affected by the ambient pressure especially if it goes down suddenely. If a storm approaches the pressure drops, causing the air in our joints to expand.

Barometric pressure is a measurement of the weight that is exerted by the air all around us. When its a lovely sunny day then the barometric pressure tends to be quite high.

The change in the weather can effect us all, even air conditioning units can disrupt muscle aches and pains.

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4 thoughts on “BAROMETRIC PRESSURE AND FIBROMYALGIA…

  1. When I was pregnant with my son in 1966′, I was living in Florida. When I was eight months pregnant, it was August, and there was an early hurricane. All pregnant women, six months pregnant or more were advised to report to hospital, because the barometric pressure could bring on an early delivery!!

    It was the first time I knew that the weather could affect our health.:)xx

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