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Are you ready for the changing of the Season?

Colder weather brings a nice change to the heat. And also brings things like SAD...Seasonal affective Disorder, many people get depressed quicker and have moody periods.

Also the joy of aching joints comes in with the North wind.

What other effects do you notice with the shortening days?
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  • Crackers50Crackers50 Sacramento. CA Posts: 16
    My pain levels are high! Even my instructor made a comment about how I looked like I was in pain during her class. My friends and family have been checking up on me a bit more as they know how winter effects my pain. I'm so not a fan of winter.....ggggggrrrrrrrr..........

    My plan for the winter, keep my heated mattress pad on, keep my heated neck pad close, lots of hot tea with honey and keep warm.

  • I do much better in the cold (I'm originally from the northeast) but I live in Florida, where the weather doesn't change much. My pain is exacerbated by the heat and humidity and I also get debilitating headaches from the heat. 
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  • dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 13,433
    GM12, Curious when did you leave the Northeast (where about there?). How long did you have spinal problems while living up north as compared to living in humid hot Florida?
    Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager
    I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences 
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