It looks like it’s about to rain. You can feel it in your bones, quite literally. And it’s true – when it’s cold and gloomy out, the changes in barometric pressure may cause some people, particularly those suffering from arthritis, to feel greater pain in their joints. In fact, it’s not atypical for joint pain to start even before the first raindrops fall.
While it’s tempting to hibernate in the cold weather, stay active – even walking around while watching TV helps – as inactivity can accentuate the aching.
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