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What is the relationship between weather and joint pain?

Published May 27, 2023, 6:20 p.m. by Jerald Waisoki

As the weather gets colder, many people start to experience more joint pain. There are a few different theories about why this happens, but the most likely explanation is that cold weather causes the body to produce more of a substance called cytokines, which can increase inflammation.

There are a few things you can do to help relieve joint pain during cold weather:

- Dress in warm, loose-fitting clothing.

- Take warm baths or showers.

- Use a heating pad on painful joints.

- Exercise regularly.

- Eat a healthy diet.

- Maintain a healthy weight.

If you have chronic joint pain, you may want to talk to your doctor about medications that can help relieve your symptoms.

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13 there does seem to be a scientific

basis to this and that with weather

change the barometric pressure changes

and as that pressure change precedes the

actual weather change the joint space is

sensitive to the pressure change and may

create an aching pain in advance of the

weather change but in response to the

barometric pressure change so the

relationship of whether to arthritic

pain I'm not a weatherman ER

meteorologist but generally as I

understand before a cold front or

weather change moves into an area the

pressure in the area changes in other

words the atmospheric pressure changes

and usually that comes in before the

weather change comes in so if you have

an arthritic joint it's going to tend to

sense that pressure change before the

weather gets here that's why people say

I can tell I can tell it's going to rain

because my knee hurts and so there's

probably a relationship between incoming

weather changes and joint pain so you

may have a second career as a

meteorologist or weathermen if you if

you're pretty accurate with your

arthritic joint



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