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I've complained for years (just ask my wife) that my back hurts more when the weather turns cold. My Mom and Dad were the same with their arthritis. It appears to be a real thing! A study I came across from 2016 shows where a certain Neuropeptide is activated in cold weather that causes increased blood flow and hyper analgesic sensations in people with arthritis. After my Fusion ten years ago, the changing of seasons would wreak havoc on my pain levels. It will be interesting to see what, if anything will come from this study regarding treatment.
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