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DaveN

Weather

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I've read on here and other places on the internet that weather can have adverse effects on ones Parkinson's symptoms. My area of the country is entering the rainy/thunderstorm season. When it starts pouring real hard outside, my tremors become really strong and pass when the rain starts to let up. I find this rather odd. Does anyone else experience this?

 

Dave

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Dave, if you check the subject Hot Weather you might find some other comments...for myself any change in barometer seems to cause a problem plus I live near the ocean...dampness, fog effects joints...a no win situation.

 

Patricia

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Weather absolutely affects me. When it's hot n humid, my meds don't work very well.

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Tremor worse with this heat and humidity plus we are looking at a week of this weather...nothing working ...just want to sleep.

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Well, if rain dictates how severe my symptoms become, then i'm doooooooomed living here in England! What what??

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