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Why Your Bones and Joints Ache When the Weather Changes - Dr Alan Mandell, D.C.
 
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You can blame your joint pain on the barometric pressure: Any change in pressure, or the weight of the air pressing against the surface of the earth, can trigger joint and bone pain throughout the body.
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Why do my joints hurt more when it rains?  - Big Questions - (Ep. 203)
 
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A weekly show where we endeavor to answer one of your big questions. This week, starlinguk asks, "I have arthritis, why do my joints hurt more when it rains?" Mental Floss Video on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mf_video Select Images and Footage provided by Shutterstock: www.shutterstock.com Want more of Craig? https://www.youtube.com/wheezywaiter https://www.youtube.com/thegoodstuff ---- Website: http://www.mentalfloss.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mental_floss Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mentalflossma... Store: http://store.mentalfloss.com/ (enter promo code: "YoutubeFlossers" for 15% off!)
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HOW Weather Causes Osteoarthritis Joint Pain To Get Worse In Knees, Hips, Wrists, Hands, Etc
 
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Get My Greatest Posture Info And Tips Here: http://madmimi.com/signups/225816/join Thumbnail Image From © Paolese / Fotolia *************************************** Many people who experience worsening osteoarthritis pain when the weather changes think that they are crazy. Or, perhaps other people think that they are crazy. They aren't crazy, however, as there is a very good reason why joint pain gets worse when the weather changes. When a storm is approaching, barometric pressure drops. This is also known as atmospheric pressure. When this pressure decreases, there is less of it pushing on one's body. This allows fluid in the joints to expand more. As one ages, there is more of this interstitial fluid in the joints. This accumulates not only because it is trying to remove debris, but also because one's veins aren't as functional in returning fluid back to the heart as one ages. So when barometric pressure decreases, this fluid in the joints expands more. This is then what leads to osteoarthritis pain getting worse. Essentially, there is a very good reason regarding why weather changes lead to worsening conditions like arthritis in hands, knee pain, hip pain, and more. This fluid expanding from the pressure dropping is a big cause. So your body is kind of able to predict weather changes in a way. Now you know that that increasing knee pain you have isn't all in your mind, it is really from a barometric pressure drop! ********************************************** Follow me on Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/fitnessoriented/ Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/FitnessOriented Follow me on Google+: plus.google.com/+FitnessOriented ****************************************** Background Music From: Corporation Motivation by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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Rainy weather brings joint pain for some elders among us
 
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습한 장마철 관절 통증 악화.., There has been a debate for decades about whether there is some type of a connection between weather changes and joint pain. Some scientists express doubts, but our elders, who often experience chronic aches in the rainy season, beg to differ. Lee Unshin has the full story. The monsoon season has brought a wave of showers that, with the effects of climate change, seem to get more unpredictable by the year. And yet, growing up, our grandparents somehow always had an idea about when it was going to rain. Ever wondered how they could tell? "Research has shown the link between joint pain and the weather, with rain more likely to affect your pain. In fact, people who suffer from arthritis claim that sometimes they can tell a storm is looming in advance." "My body can almost always predict weather changes. Aches start to kick in a couple days before the rain. I live in Galveston, Texas, where its extremely humid from the surrounding ocean, and the joint cramps are far worse when I'm there, compared to when I'm in Seoul." While the studies haven't been entirely conclusive, a majority of doctors believes the correlation between weather changes and pain is more than plausible. The knees, elbows and fingers -- joints that go through a lot of wear and tear -- seem to be particularly sensitive. Bones and joints weakened by old age or injury are also reportedly more sensitive to the weather. "When the humidity is high and the air pressure is low, it makes the joints swell a bit, which could cause pain. The best thing to do to if you suffer from chronic aches like these... is to avoid intense physical activity and take pain medication in advance." For people with less prognostic joints, there is a handy smartphone app that offers barometric pressure readings, so people can track potential changes that will affect how they feel. However, doctors add that because not everyone with arthritic pain... experiences weather-related aches... people should consult a physician when considering medication. They also say that further studies are required to confirm the link between joint pain and the weather. Lee Un-shin, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
Views: 1897 ARIRANG NEWS
Arthritits | weather arthritis
 
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http://www.arthritistreatmentcenter.com So... does weather affect arthritis? The surprising answer next... Weather may... or may not affect arthritis symptoms One of the most controversial topics in arthritis is this... Does weather affect symptoms? Well maybe we have an answer to this perplexing issue. Nancy Walsh writing in her blog on Medscape reported on a Dutch study of 712 survey participants who were residents of Germany, Italy, U.K., the Netherlands, Spain, and Sweden... a variety of climates. Patients' mean age was 73 years, 72% were women, and 67% considered themselves to be "weather sensitive." When the researchers compared the weather-sensitive patients with those who didn't consider themselves sensitive, they found that women, the less educated, and more anxious and depressed patients were more often sensitive. Weather-sensitive individuals also had less of a sense of mastery over their lives. Among the 469 individuals who considered themselves weather sensitive, almost 40% said damp and rainy conditions worsened their symptoms, 30% said only cold bothered them, and 5% said hot weather was worse for their pain. Small numbers reported increased pain with both hot and cold weather, or to rain and cold and heat. Interestingly, the percentage of patients who were weather sensitive was highest in warm, dry climates like Spain and Italy (77%) and lowest in the cold, wet climate of Sweden (57%). In addition, residents of warm, dry climates reported more intense joint pain than those in cold, wet climates. Possible explanations suggested by Erik Timmermans, the lead author, included the biologic: "Changes in temperature and humidity may influence the expansion and contraction of different tissues in the affected joint, which may elicit a pain response. In addition, low temperatures may increase the viscosity of synovial fluid, thereby making joints stiffer and perhaps more sensitive to the pain of mechanical stresses." The exposure theory: "The climates in both Mediterranean countries are warmer compared to the climate in Sweden. As a result, older people with osteoarthritis in Italy and Spain may be more often outside compared to those in Sweden.... As a consequence, they may be more aware of the effect of weather on their pain and are more likely to report weather sensitivity." And the mind: "The disease course of osteoarthritis is often characterized by a low level or absence of symptoms with periods of flare-up or exacerbation. The uncertainty about the recurrence of pain may lead to anxiety in people with osteoarthritis and this might encourage the desire to have an explanation for the worsening of their pain." In any case, "the common belief that joint pain in osteoarthritis becomes worse by living in a cold and damp climate is not supported by our results," they stated. They concluded that clinicians' appreciation of older patients' potential weather sensitivity -- wherever they live -- may be key. "Early treatment of weather-sensitive individuals with osteoarthritis using cognitive and psychological interventions may reduce suffering and may help them to maintain a functionally effective lifestyle," they concluded. Comment: So there it is... your answer. http://youtu.be/IVR_GKuCPTU
Views: 2849 Nathan Wei
Does weather affect arthritis?
 
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http://www.arthritistreatmentcenter.com Multiple studies have been done to determine whether weather changes affect arthritis. The data is conflicting. There is the suggestion that barometric pressure changes may play a role. Practicing rheumatologists know, though, that adverse weather changes do appear to affect their patients' arthritis. http://youtu.be/Ou8kk4XvS9Y
Views: 432 Nathan Wei
Dr. David Cash : How to Avoid the Symptoms of Barometric Pressure
 
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How to Avoid the Symptoms of Barometric Pressure
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Seasonal Swelling: How to Deal with Weather Changes and Pressure on the Lymphatic System
 
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Are you having severe swelling and pain during any type of temperature or pressure changes in your environment? This episode I focus on why your body swells and retains more lymphatic fluid during times of barometric pressure changes and what to do to minimize this irritating, painful and often debilitating impact on your body. The reason why you experience fluid retention is because the changes in the temperature and pressure changes directly impact your lymphatic system. The dew point and barometric system will cause your body to hold onto fluids more than normal. And sometime the crazy seasonal transitions can be very troublesome for many of the clients I work with! This is NOT in YOUR MIND! This is a legit health issue and you are NOT alone! Here are some ways to minimize the fluid retention: 1. Break our compression garments. Sleep in compression wear to help minimize swelling especially when you are sleeping when the pressure changes are most severe. This helps limit the limb expansion. Check out http://www.TommieCopper.com 2.Homeopathy & Herbals are great.... I love to recommend Ginger Tea 3. Bromalian or eating Fresh pineapple 4. Castor Oil wraps on the specific area/limb that is swelling If you begin cataloguing your fluid retention - more than likely you will notice a direct relation to your swelling and temperature and pressure changes in our environment. Two things you can do today to help: 1. Pump legs in bed before waking and before sleeping- moving legs briskly to the sides. 2. Jumping - jumping jacks helps to force the fluid to get moving. 3. Use a Rebounder or bounce gently on your bed (can do this on your butt or on knees or feet) - depending on location of swelling ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ On the Natural Health Resources channel I focus on natural health and wellness oriented educational videos that help my viewers and subscribers achieve their most optimal health. I bring my Naturopathic training to each video focusing on addressing the root cause of various illnesses and diseases. If you're feeling frustrated with your current health situation or seeking ways to look and feel better than you do now... I hope you will subscribe and my community! SUBSCRIBE! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=NaturalHealthResources SIGN UP FOR MY MONTHLY HEALTH NEWS: http://www.naturalhealthresources.com/YouTube/newsletter.html LET'S CONNECT! Melissa @ Natural Health Resources.Com -- http://www.facebook.com/YourNaturalHealthResources -- http://www.instagram.com/naturalhealthresources --http://www.twitter.com/MdNaturalHealth And if you want to connect with me personally: Tweet Me: http://www.twitter.com/MelGNaturopath If you are seeking any type of health counseling - I now am available to help you virtually via text messaging/phone and soon video chatting on a Phone Ap called InstantGo. My Profile Link is: http://www.instantgo.com/DrMelissaGallagher ~~~~~ For more of videos about how to reduce swelling and move your lymphatics please watch this playlist.
Can Achy Joints Really Predict the Weather?
 
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Can your grandma really tell when a storm is coming based on her knee? Scientists have been looking into this tale for years, and either way, you should probably still call her just because. We're conducting a survey of our viewers! If you have time, please give us feedback: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SciShowSurvey2017 Hosted by: Stefan Chin ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ---------- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters: KSam Lutfi, Kevin Knupp, Nicholas Smith, Inerri, D.A. Noe, alexander wadsworth, سلطان الخليفي, Piya Shedden, KatieMarie Magnone, Scott Satovsky Jr, Bella Nash, Charles Southerland, Bader AlGhamdi, James Harshaw, Patrick Merrithew, Patrick D. Ashmore, Candy, Tim Curwick, charles george, Saul, Mark Terrio-Cameron, Viraansh Bhanushali, Kevin Bealer, Philippe von Bergen, Chris Peters, Fatima Iqbal, Justin Lentz ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Tumblr: http://scishow.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/thescishow ---------- Sources: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/patients-blame-weather-aching-joints/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17466654 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27492467 https://academic.oup.com/painmedicine/article-abstract/18/6/1139/2694953/Acute-Low-Back-Pain-Do-Not-Blame-the-Weather-A https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7659442 http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/02/science/can-barometric-pressure-cause-headaches-and-other-discomforts.html https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9090247
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Why bad weather causes joint pain, by a Chiropractor in Scotch Plains, NJ
 
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http://www.ChiropractorInScotchPlainsNJ.com Why bad weather causes joint pain, by Dr. Pecoraro, a Chiropractor in Scotch Plains, NJ
Views: 5153 DrAPecoraroJr
Barometric Pressure And Joint Pain by NoMoreVitamins com
 
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http://NoMoreVitamins.com - Have you ever wondered if there is another way to prevent or stop your joint pain, or any pain, and do it naturally without a single pill or any side-effect? There is! but the media will not cover this powerfully healthy pain-reliever for fear you will stop taking pain-pills -- all you have to do is eat Super YASAi! In fact the more you eat Super YASAi the less pain you feel, everywhere! Any age! - http://NoMoreVitamins.com
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Rainy weather brings joint pain for some elders among us
 
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습한 장마 기후와 관절통증 악화 관계 Could there be some type of a connection between weather changes and joint pain. Some scientists express doubts, while our elders, who often experience chronic aches in the rainy season, beg to differ. Lee Unshin reignites that debate The monsoon season has brought a wave of showers that, with the effects of climate change, seem to get more unpredictable by the year. And yet, growing up, our grandparents somehow always had an idea about when it was going to rain. Ever wondered how they could tell? "Research has shown the link between joint pain and the weather, with rain more likely to affect your pain. In fact, people who suffer from arthritis claim that sometimes they can tell a storm is looming in advance." "My body can almost always predict weather changes. Aches start to kick in a couple days before the rain. I live in Galveston, Texas, where its extremely humid from the surrounding ocean, and the joint cramps are far worse when I'm there, compared to when I'm in Seoul." While the studies haven't been entirely conclusive, a majority of doctors believes the correlation between weather changes and pain is more than plausible. The knees, elbows and fingers -- joints that go through a lot of wear and tear -- seem to be particularly sensitive. Bones and joints weakened by old age or injury are also reportedly more sensitive to the weather. "When the humidity is high and the air pressure is low, it makes the joints swell a bit, which could cause pain. The best thing to do to if you suffer from chronic aches like these... is to avoid intense physical activity and take pain medication in advance." For people with less prognostic joints, there is a handy smartphone app that offers barometric pressure readings, so people can track potential changes that will affect how they feel. However, doctors add that because not everyone with arthritic pain... experiences weather-related aches... people should consult a physician when considering medication. They also say that further studies are required to confirm the link between joint pain and the weather. Lee Un-shin, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
Views: 594 ARIRANG NEWS
Do Changes in Weather Increase the Pain of Arthritis?
 
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http://www.preferredpaincenter.com/ It's been thought for a long time that weather changes increase arthritis pain. Is it a real phenomenon or a myth? Dr. Greene explains new research out of Harvard looking at this exact question of weather changes and pain. The findings are very interesting. The Preferred pain center in Arizona is Arizona Pain Specialists. They have Board Certified pain doctors treating patients with medications and interventional procedures along with physical rehab and chiropractic at Valleywide locations. Call today (602) 507-6550.
Views: 1102 Dr. David Greene
How Weather Can Impact Health
 
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Changing temperatures mean a shift in barometric pressure that can aggravate joint pain.
Views: 827 WISN 12 News
Why Do We Get Headaches When It Rains??
 
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My Chiro Mobility's Dr. Pawan Sabharwal explains why some of us experience headaches and migraines when it's rainy and damp outside and how chiropractic care can be a great solution to help control and reduce their occurrence.
Views: 724 Dr. Pawan Sabharwal
Yoga for Arthritis and Joint Pain
 
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As the weather changes, you'll experience more barometric pressure changes, which will likely increase inflammation in our bodies. This results in increased pain. Here's a gentle sequence to decrease inflammation and get rid of your aches and pains. Enjoy!
Views: 92 Dr. Connie Jeon
28 May - Can Barometric Pressure Affect Neural Functions or Effect Emotional States?
 
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In which Abby moves time around and gets a tad wonky on you. Teehee!
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Dr. Stephen Duncan answers a common question about cold weather and arthritis pain
 
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For more information about knee and hip pain and our orthopaedic team, visit http://ukhealthcare.uky.edu/orthopaedic-surgery-sports-medicine/services/joint-reconstruction-replacement. Why does cold weather or rain affect my arthritis? Transcription 00:00:05 So there's multiple theories as to why cold weather or rain potentially effects arthritis around the hips and the knees. 00:00:12 Some of it, whether it's rain, the barometric pressure drops and so sometimes the tissues around the hip and knee can then swell and that will cause more pain. 00:00:19 Or even with the cold weather, is the tissues around the joints constrict or get smaller and they put some more pressure on the nerves themselves and cause more pain and symptoms for people. 00:00:29 So people who have had maybe an injury from high school football or even a car accident, they're going to still have that same type of pain and maybe younger than the kind of classic hip arthritis in the 65-year old person. 00:00:42 So someone who's in their forties or fifties who's had that previous injury may develop that arthritis little bit earlier and have more problems during the winter months.
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Back Pain and Barometric Pressure
 
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Bel Air Chiropractor -  Arthritis and Cold Weather
 
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Dr Jason Menges, a chiropractor in Bel Air, Maryland discusses cold weather, barometric pressure, and its effect on arthritis and your joints. Bel Air Chiropractor Dr. Jason Menges is the founder of Healthbridge Chiropractic in Bel Air, Maryland. We invite you to explore our video collection before making an appointment. You can reach us at: Healthbridge Chiropractic and Rehabilitation 516 Baltimore Pike Bel Air, MD 21014 (410) 638-2424 http://healthbridgechiropractic.com
Views: 339 HealthbridgeTV
Glucosamine Fighting Pain Caused by Barometric Pressure Changes
 
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It's not a myth. People can feel when the weather is going to change. Changes in barometric pressure causes inflammation. Taking glucosamine arthritis joint supplements can help counteract joint pain.
Views: 297 J.R. Rogers
Weather & Fibromyalgia
 
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Fibromyalgia is a lot like Arthritis...pain worsens with weather and Barometric pressure except it's not only where your arthritis is but HEAD TO TOE! SUBSCRIBE to be a part of my spoonie family! www.youtube.com/eviekoehler11 Hi there! Online I am known as Fibro Mom, my name is Evie. I am awful at vlogging but started a channel here on youtube to connect with others that live and struggle with all types of "invisible" diseases..diagnosed or not. Everything from chronic pain to mental illnesses. I want to help remind all Spoonies that they are not alone and I'm here to be a friend. I share videos of my family, life tips to all sorts of different topics. My channel is a lot like my life...unorganized and all over the place but filled with love and great intentions! Not your normal, gorgeous, perfect youtuber but I'm me so come say hi! F E W V I D E O S Who is Fibro Mom? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLJngjIs0dw Sex and chronic illnesses https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oZqtna3z2E How To Survive A Flare Up? What Does Fibromyalgia Feel Like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfDbI4g6Z9w Sex And Chronic Pain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oZqtna3z2E How To Stay Positive With A Chronic Illness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HJxrXuf-SA What Is Fibro Fog *tips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M83FPGoAnUM Fibromyalgia Is NOT real RANT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdNaVZ3dgeA My 5 year old does my makeup https://youtu.be/KrPFtGR0uX4 Are YOU vitamin D deficient? https://youtu.be/35FPXj2yLW0 Embarrassing POOP Problems https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bznaul5rUg0 Fibromyalgia and Pregnancy..my story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWdDQuppi4E Movies that mock chronic and mental illnesses https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaKoIPgGESM Fibromyalgia Medications | My story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjVheSro5GM Food Stamps and Disability https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHgqu0pNuR4 Best Treatment For Fibromyalgia! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kukkVWhDBTc Fibromyalgia Isnt Real! RANT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdNaVZ3dgeA APPLE CIDER VINEGAR BENEFITS AND USES https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46VSurKKJ5c THUMBS UP if you enjoyed (helps us out) **COME TALK TO ME** FACEBOOK (support group for all invisible diseases) www.facebook.com/fibromyalgiapain Twitter /FIBROMOM11 Google+ FIBROMOM Instagram www.instagram.com/fibromom11/ Snapchat fibromom11 Blog http://fibromom11.blogspot.com/ WANT TO MAIL ME? #SpoonieMail Fibromom P.O.Box #64 Prentice, WI 54556 Would you like to help spread awareness for all "invisible" diseases? Check the Spoonie Merchandise! https://shop.spreadshirt.com/100045225?noCache=true xoxo Spreading awareness one video at a time xoxo For business OR collab inquires www.fibromom11@gmail.com #SpoonieFamily #spoonie #support #spreadawareness #chronicpain #chronicillness #mentalhealth #findacure #butyoudontlooksick #fibromom #Fibromyalgia #MS #CFS #lymes #IBS #crohns #Endomeotris #cancer #ADHD #Autism #Spinalinjury #fibromom #spooniefamily #spooniestruggles
Views: 813 FIBRO MOM
Glucosamine For Rheumatoid Arthritis
 
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Glucosamine For Rheumatoid Arthritis - http://tinyurl.com/q3gd9oj Does Weather Really Affect Arthritis? Arthritis, and its numerous forms, is just one of the conditions that some believe is directly affected by the weather and changes in barometric pressure. Weather and Arthritis Pain Research In the 1960s, a famed arthritis specialist named Dr. J. Hollander orchestrated a study to demonstrate how high levels of humidity along with low barometric pressure increased stiffness and joint pain in patients who suffered from arthritis. The fibromyalgia sufferers in this study indicated more pain only during days of high pressure. At the end of this study, no significant links between changing weather patterns and an increase in arthritis pain were ever found. Why Weather is Believed to Affect Arthritis Pain - http://tinyurl.com/q3gd9oj Cold and rainy weather is often accompanied by a distinct drop in air pressure. The Types of Weather Changes That May Affect Arthritis PainBarometric or air pressure: Although rising barometric pressure, which is the amount of force or weight exerted by the air around us, may also affect some types of arthritis pain, more often than not it is a rapid decline in air pressure, such as the drop that's associated with stormy weather, that causes an increase in aches and pains. http://tinyurl.com/q3gd9oj subscribe to our youtube channel.
Views: 844 Susan Moore
New Study Shows No Connection Between Joint Pain and The Weather
 
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You might want to think twice the next time you're ready to blame the weather for your aches and pains, researchers say. Some people swear that changes in humidity, temperature, air pressure and the like trigger back pain and arthritis. But a team at the George Institute for Global Health in Newtown, Australia said it found no evidence to support that theory. "The belief that pain and inclement weather are linked dates back to Roman times. But our research suggests this belief may be based on the fact that people recall events that confirm their pre-existing views," said Chris Maher, director of the institute's musculoskeletal division. The study included nearly 1,350 Australians with either lower back pain or osteoarthritis of the knee. The study participants' pain flare-ups were compared with weather data. There was no association between back pain/knee arthritis and temperature, humidity, air pressure, wind direction or precipitation, the investigators found. Back pain affects up to one-third of people worldwide at any one time. Nearly 10 percent of men and 18 percent of women over the age of 60 have osteoarthritis, the study authors said in background notes. http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2017/01/10/Joints-achy-Dont-blame-Mother-Nature/3001484067394/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
Views: 228 Wochit News
How to get rid of joint pain this winter
 
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New Delhi, Dec 16 (ANI): While some of us wait for the winter season to get relief from the summer heat, there are others who are wary of the unfriendly chilly season. The winter brings increasing episodes of joints pain and aches for them. The drop in temperature during winters creates low atmospheric pressure and as per medical research, lower air pressure pushes less against our bodies. This causes our muscle tissues to expand and possibly put pressure on our joints. Microscopic in nature, we can hardly notice this body change until we start getting sensations of joint irritation, stiffness and swelling, which can aggravate our nerves resulting in increased pain. To avoid this, here are some easy-to-follow lifestyle tips by Huma Kausar, Physiotherapist, AktivHealth Centre. Exercise therapy: Regular exercise can certainly combat stiffness, pain and improve general well being. Physical therapy or rehab can ease your muscle and joint pain. By regularly exercising as advised by your physical therapist, you can strengthen your muscles, which lets your body feel and move better. Stay active and warm: In winters, the urge of lazing around becomes strong as cold weather brings immobility and pain in joints. But extended periods of inactivity can cause our tissues to exert more pressure on the joint. Stretch regularly: Daily stretching helps maintain our mobility and keeps us agile. It should be done on regular basis to maintain good flexibility. Drink plenty of water: A well hydrated body means flexible muscles and reduced chances of injury. Water is essential for your body as it is the fuel to maintain your vital functions and keep you hydrated. Eat healthy: Strong bones are crucial to good health and good nutrition provides strength to your bones. For that, your diet should include foods and supplements containing Omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin K and Vitamin C, vitamin D or fish oil. Milk, yogurt, cheddar cheese, strawberries, kiwi, pineapple, cantaloupe, eggs and oily fish- these foods are known for providing essential nutrients which have pain-soothing properties. Consult a pain-management specialist: If your joints or muscle pain continues, then do not leave it unattended. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ☛ Subscribe to our Youtube Channel - https://goo.gl/k1Aee1 ☛ Visit our Official website: https://www.aninews.in/ Enjoy and stay connected with us!! ☛ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/ANINEWS.IN ☛Follow us : https://twitter.com/ANI ☛ Circle us : https://goo.gl/QN5kXy ☛ Contact us : shrawankp@aniin.com
Views: 66 ANI News Official
Science Says Your Knees Really Are Your Personal Meteorologist
 
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Medical professionals have long debated the possibility that aches and pains are a sign of bad weather to come. Medical professionals have long debated the possibility that aches and pains are a sign of bad weather to come. Some say it's all in the mind, but others assert they've found compelling evidence or formed plausible theories about how and why some people's bodies can predict impending storms. A common thread in the explanations of the believers is barometric pressure. When bad weather is coming, the barometric pressure drops, and the compression inside and around the joints changes. Robert Jamison, a psychiatry and anesthesia professor at Harvard University, compares the joint pain to air pressure pushing both in and outside of a balloon. If the force on the outside is lessened, the interior can expand. That, he said, is what likely happens to joints. The difference is that when they grow outward, they can irritate nerves and tissue. Increases in humidity may also cause the swelling that impacts several potentially pain-causing areas including the bones, ligaments, and muscles. Another explanation given for the link between pain and weather is that people who already suffer from chronic inflammation are susceptible to sensory nerve aggravation. Some climate conditions could trigger the sensors to send pain messages to the brain.
Views: 1572 geobeats
How Weather Affects My Fibromyalgia Pain Levels
 
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If you have Fibromyalgia or Arthritis, Im sure your able to predict a storm coming just by the way your pain changes and how it feels. Ever wonder how or why chronic pain is worse when it rains? Cold, damp days and drops in barometric pressure are widely associated with flare-ups in symptoms of the condition, which affects men and women. One study by the National Fibromyalgia Association, people with the condition ranked weather changes as one of the leading aggravating influences on pain and stiffness Why Weather Changes HURTS SO BAD ▼ THE GOOD STUFF ▼ SUBSCRIBE ➣to be a part of my spoonie family! www.youtube.com/eviekoehler11 Hi there! Online I am known as Fibro Mom, my name is Evie. I am awful at vlogging but started a channel here on youtube to connect with others that live and struggle with all types of "invisible" diseases..diagnosed or not. Everything from chronic pain to mental illnesses. I want to help remind all Spoonies that they are not alone and I'm here to be a friend. I share videos of my family, life tips to all sorts of different topics. My channel is a lot like my life...unorganized and all over the place but filled with love and great intentions! Not your normal, gorgeous, perfect youtuber but I'm me so come say hi! F E W V I D E O S Who is Fibro Mom https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLJngjIs0dw Fibromyalgia Medications https://www.google.com/url? What Does Fibromyalgia Feel Like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfDbI4g6Z9w Sex And Chronic Pain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oZqtna3z2E How To Stay Positive With A Chronic Illness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HJxrXuf-SA What Is Fibro Fog *tips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M83FPGoAnUM Fibromyalgia Is NOT real RANT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdNaVZ3dgeA My 5 year old does my makeup https://youtu.be/KrPFtGR0uX4 Are YOU vitamin D deficient? https://youtu.be/35FPXj2yLW0 Embarrassing POOP Problems https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bznaul5rUg0 Fibromyalgia and Pregnancy..my story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWdDQuppi4E Movies that mock chronic and mental illnesses https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaKoIPgGESM APPLE CIDER VINEGAR BENEFITS AND USES https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46VSurKKJ5c THUMBS UP if you enjoyed (helps us out) **COME TALK TO ME** FACEBOOK (support group for all invisible diseases) www.facebook.com/fibromyalgiapain Twitter /FIBROMOM11 Google+ FIBROMOM Instagram www.instagram.com/fibromom11/ Snapchat fibromom11 Blog http://fibromom11.blogspot.com/ Pen pal or just want to send me something? Fibromom P.O.Box #64 Prentice, WI 54556 Would you like to help spread awareness for all "invisible" diseases? Check the Spoonie Merchandise! https://shop.spreadshirt.com/100045225?noCache=true xoxo Spreading awareness one video at a time xoxo For business OR collab inquires www.fibromom11@gmail.com #SpoonieFamily #spoonie #support #spreadawareness #chronicpain #chronicillness #mentalhealth #findacure #butyoudontlooksick #fibromom #Fibromyalgia #MS #CFS #lymes #IBS #crohns #Endomeotris #cancer #ADHD #Autism #Spinalinjury #fibromom #spooniefamily #spooniestruggles #related #TheMighty #FibromyalgiaAwarness #Invisibleillness #FibroMom
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Is back pain related to weather?
 
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CINCINNATI (Scott Dimmich) -- If you've ever had lower back pain, you might have blamed it on the weather
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Rheumatoid Arthritis and cool weather
 
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If you have rheumatoid arthritis, Dr. Parker has a way to offset the cold that make your joints ache.
Rheumatoid Arthritis and warm weather
 
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Why do patients with rheumatoid arthritis enjoy warm weather? Dr. Parker discusses why.
What is air pressure in the human body?
 
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Dr. Soria: Does weather affect headaches?
 
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Does the weather affect headaches? Is there anything you can take to prevent migraine headaches?
Cold Weather and Arthritis 11am Interview 1-13-15
 
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Cold Weather and Arthritis 11am Interview
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Chronic Pain and Weather Changes - Dr. Michael Magwood
 
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Dr Magwood (http://www.drmagwood.com) chats about chronic pain and inflammation. Dr. Magwood specializes in treating children, babies, and expectant mothers. http://www.businessnetwork.org
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5 Myths that are  true | Surprising info |
 
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1.You can predict the weather through joint pains Each one of us has this friend that always claim its going to rain when their knees hurt. Turns out this is actually true, Shifts in barometric pressure in the atmosphere can cause swelling in joints, especially those suffering from arthritis or those who experience injuries in their past. Over-sensitive people feel minor barometric moments and through these pains they can predict a storm a few days before it happens. 2.Chicken soup cures cold “Dont drink chicken soup when you are sick” – Said never by no one ever. This most known home remedy cure contains components that depresses the white cell activity in the blood stream. These little fellers are responsible for repelling bacteria inflammatory cells and one of the ways of doing so is by making mucus. The white blood cells likes to go all the way which explains the huge amount of mucus we have when we catch a cold – which makes it hard to breathe and an overall bad feeling. Chicken soup slows down the making of mucus and makes it drain out more efficiently. That is why next time your mother tells you to drink chicken soup – you better listen. 3. Sleep it over and decide tomorrow Everyone of us fears major and faithful decisions, We also have to eventually accept them. As it turns out, a good night sleep before making a big decision helps us choose more wisely in an experiment – people had to make an important decision, but sleep before they do. They ended up choosing the optimal option in oppose to those who didn’t sleep before making the decision. 4.Animals can recognize upcoming danger Every time a big disaster hits, we hear stories about people claiming that their animals felt the upcoming trouble and tried to warn them before it happened. Reports that came after the tsunami disaster in the Indian ocean at 2004 say that the wild animals casualties were minimal. the animals probably felt something humans didn’t and ran up to high hills to take cover. So how did mother earth warn her children about the coming disaster? animals posses very keen senses, a lot more than humans have. these senses allow them to hear very low frequency sounds, those same kind that seismic vibrations do before big earthquakes happen. 5.Eating bananas increases the odds of having a male child
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Can your bones predict the weather?
 
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Patients tell Allegheny Health Network rheumatologist Dr. Fotios Koumpouras all the time: They know when it's going to rain or turn cold, because they can feel it in their bones. KDKA-TV reports that according to a new study, this feeling may have some basis in fact. The theory is that when barometric pressure falls, the pressure inside the joints changes as well.
Cold Weather Means Aches and Pains to those with Arthritis
 
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With winter just around the corner, most people look forward to snow, hot chocolate, or the holidays. But others can expect something else with the cold weather. see script below Studio One is a live television show produced by the University of North Dakota's Television Center. The Television Center offers an extensive internship program through Studio One. An internship with Studio One provides valuable on-the-job experience, a chance to make professional contacts and the opportunity to work on an award winning project. Visit studio1.und.edu for more information. "You'll have a lot of patients that do have arthritis come in and they'll say "Geez the weather must be changing my knees ache" or "The weather must be changing my neck hurts a little bit more now," said Richard Galstad, Chiropractor. This increased arthritic pain from colder weather is unfortunate since arthritis can be difficult to live with. "You're going to have a lot of stiffness and pain in the joints anywhere from mild pain to severe pain, depends on the type of arthritis," said Galstad. Galstad says that in turn causes stiffness in the joints and then lack of mobility. He says there are ways to counteract the negative effects of weather. "What people can do is be aware of the weather and if it's going to be changing. Wear the proper clothing. If you keep your joints warm, heat can generally help with arthritis," said Galstad. Some people with arthritis say they know when changing weather is on the way. "The experts state that there really isn't a lot of scientific data to support peoples claims that they can predict the weather," said Galstad. Regardless of whether or not they can predict the weather, people with arthritis can certainly feel the weather. There are more than 100 different types of arthritis affecting more than 50 million adults and 300,000 children.
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How to help arthritis with cool damp weather change
 
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Dr Anita Haque, award winning chiropractor, author, speaker and trainer shares 3 simple things to do at home when arthritis acts up to minimize stiffness.
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Dr. Robert Silverman - Why do People Feel Joint Pain in Cold Weather
 
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Dr. Robert Silverman answering this week's question of the week. Why do people feel joint pain in cold weather. The answer has to do with barometric pressure (the weight of the atmosphere around). This effects the joint tissue in your body.
Link Between Weather and Health
 
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Does a change in weather pressure really affect people’s health ailments? Internist, Crystal LaGalle, DO explains how the climate can cause flare-ups for asthma, migraines and arthritis symptoms.
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Health Alert: Weather to blame for aches and pains?
 
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CINCINNATI (Liz Bonis) -- It's getting colder outside and if people think that makes them feel more aches and pains a new report said think again. If people are feeling lousy they really can't blame the weather! In one of the most well designed studies ever done, according to Berkely Wellness Experts, the study found the weather doesn't really make people hurt more. The study was conducted on more than 1,000 people who had back pain and was published in Arthritis Care and Research. When researchers looked at those with musko-skeletal pain, back pain for example, they found many were convinced that meterological factors influenced pain. But they really do not. When researchers looked at weather information at the time people said they had back pain and then looked at the weather a week or a month earlier when people said they had no pain. They found no relationship between symptoms and weather related conditions. These included temperature, precipitation, air pressure, humidity, and wind direction. Of course when grandma says it's gonna rain because her knees hurt, not sure you should do anything except bring her an umbrella! Follow Liz Bonis on Twitter @lbonis1 and LIKE her on Facebook
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Ronnie Lee Mann | Arthritis Relief Device
 
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The Arthritis Relief Device helps reduce the pain of arthritis in the hands or feet by artificially increasing ambient air pressure. For More Info: http://forsalebyinventor.com/products/portfolio-item/arthritis-relief-device/ *Legal Work Performed by In-House Legal Experts solely relates to the review and drafting of licensing and disclosure agreements and does NOT refer to an opinion on the patentability of a device or the drafting or prosecution of a given application. Inventors and/or investors are free and encouraged to seek and retain independent counsel to assist in the patenting process and/or drafting of licensing and disclosure agreements.
Why does my arthritis get worse during the winter?
 
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A member of the public asks an expert why her arthritis gets worse during the winter months
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How to Avoid Cold Weather Flareups of Chronic Pain-Emma12sings
 
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Hi everyone! It's cold out there, and I know cold weather affects my chronic pain enormously. Here are some of my tips and tricks on avoiding flare ups do to cold weather....STAY WARM! Soft hugs...Keep in touch! Emma12sings@aol.com Facebook.com/emma12sings or Emma Taylor Twitter.com/emma12sings or @emma12sings Instagram.com/emma12sings or @emma12sings
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Does Weather Affect Low Back Pain?
 
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Dispelling the myth that low back pain flares up during bad weather. http://physioanswers.com http://themanualtherapist.com http://getPT1st.com
Barometric Pressure / Autoimmune Disorders / Adult Stills Disease
 
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This video is about how Barometric Pressure / Humidity effects my body Facebook- Tay Autoimmune Instagram- Tay Autoimmune Snapchat- Tay.Autoimmune Email- autoimmunedisease@hotmail.com
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MSM Supplement - Good for Joint Pain, Hair Growth, Beautiful Skin and More
 
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=== To learn more visit - http://www.amazon.com/Glucosamine-Chondroitin-Joint-Support-Supplement/dp/B00G9ILEPC === If you engage in sports like lifting, skiing and running your joints will probably wear out and cause you pain as you get older. You may want to consider using a high quality joint pain supplement that contains MSM. It will help heal your joints and reduce any inflammation you have. MSM supplements are a natural way to reduce inflammation. MSM is a natural occurring organic form of sulfur. There are also no real side effects of using MSM, but you should not use it if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. MSM is a nutritional component of many foods like broccoli, brussel sprouts, kale, cabbage, cauliflower, raspberries and eggs. Most of the msm in these foods is destroyed in the cooking process though so it is best to eat these foods in raw form. MSM plays an important role in the production of collagen. Insufficient levels of MSM can lead to an inability of the body to repair or replace damaged tissue. MSM also plays a significant role in controlling pain caused by inflamed tissue cells. Such inflammation occurs when tissue cells are unable to adjust their fluid levels in response to atmospheric pressure changes. This is why many people are able to forecast weather changes by the pain in their joints. MSM helps regulate fluid transfer in the tissue by keeping the cell walls flexible and permeable. Lots of people are deficient in MSM because they eat lots of processed foods or fast food. So, it's very important to add MSM to your diet on a daily basis. MSM also helps you grow more beautiful nails, hair and skin. You'll find lots of other videos on YouTube from people whose joints have less pain and they couldn't believe how much better their skin, hair and nails look. Right now you can try our joint pain supplement 100% risk free. And during our limited time promotion you can get an additional 35% off at Amazon.com. Just enter Coupon SAV35OFF when you checkout and you'll get a full 55% off the retail price. Head on over to Amazon.com today by clicking on the link below this video. Select the buyers choice msm supplement Healthzone Naturals because life is short. Make the most of it while your here.
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What? The Cold Weather Causes Colds? Makes Arthritis Worse?
 
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Many people have misconceptions that cold weather can give you respiratory infection with a cold; There is no evidence or scientific study actually correlates with the cold weather causing these infections. What accounts for the increased number of infections that are respiratory in the winter time is due to the fact that we spend more time in doors and in closer proximity to each other. This leads to an increased spread of infections amongst people just based on people’s closer proximity to one another. There are people who I know with arthritis who swear that during cold weather or just before arrangements do a few more aching in the joints. However other studies that have been done state that no correlation exists. So despite the fact many people do swear by this there is no scientific evidence that shows that the drop in the drop in atmospheric pressure that occurs with cold weather affects arthritis.
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hip pain cold weather
 
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