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.
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