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Temperature Changes and Fibromyalgia

Fibro Daily November 12, 2016


    I’ve written multiple articles about how temperature affects fibromyalgia, including this article from June 2016.

    Now, Fibromyalgia News Today provides more information on this important subject:

    Whether you tend to be sensitive to heat or cold, temperature fluctuations can cause your disease to flare and your pain to increase. It’s interesting how I am more comfortable in an air-conditioned environment in the summer; warm rooms make me feel nauseous. And in the winter I struggle to feel warm, even if the heat is on, making my pain level decidedly worse.

    Read more:

    Fibromyalgia Can Make Us Sensitive to Temperature Changes



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