Yes. Weather changes effect arthritis , cold weather , damp weather also have bad effect on this condition . Thanks.
Wrong. Pressure/pain. Joseph hollander, md, demonstrated that fall in barometric pressure was associated with increased pain, not humidity or rain per se, although a fall in BP usually prececeds precipitation. It is neither tempurature or humidity. Yes, pts with arthritis can be "weathermen.".
Arthritis & weather. Although there is no strong scientific evidence that weather changes universally affect arthritis symptoms, it is very common for arthritis patients to feel more pain in the cold and damp weather. There may be potential connections between atmospheric conditions (temperature, barometric pressure, and humidity) and arthritic pain.