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atmospheric pressure

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    Anyone else a walking storm detector?

    Even though I live in a location with barely any barometrical changes between highs and lows, I always feel pressure in my head and/or sinuses and generally feel extra yuk starting about 6 - 8 hours before a rain storm. I was thrilled that it was sunny out yesterday and today and then after...
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    how do you manage low barometric pressure pain, stiffness, fatigue? what helps?

    this time of year is tough b/c a lot of storms where I live, and therefore, a lot of low pressure systems causing muscle/joint pain, fatigue, and overall stiffness... it's extremely difficult for me to function until it's passed... I've found some things that help me recover... magnesium (epsom...
  3. Anne_fromallover

    Difficulty breathing during barometric pressure drop

    I've searched the internet several times and cannot find any information relating to my experience. While many people mention some type/intensity of pain before a storm/rain, I have several other symptoms that is completely life altering because it strikes at any time and there's no indication...