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8/10/14 10:26 P

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We spend our winters in the tip of TX. down on the border and the humidity isn't bad there nor is the rain. Summer is spent in MN. I have bad mornings no matter where I am and the afternoons are much better. I haven't noted too much difference in the areas except as others have said, the barometric pressure changes do affect me.


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8/10/14 11:32 A

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interesting that we have alll moved to sunnier climates. i am on the sunniest island in the Mediterranean and we have not had any rain for weeks but because of the nearest of the water it is humid. it can be like living in a sauna as I do not have air conditioning!

8/10/14 11:10 A

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I too moved to FL (from DE). In Delaware, it rained all day every day for 3 weeks straight, then got better for a few days and did it again! Three more weeks of rain. I thought I'd die from the pain! Florida is so much better for me, not only physically but also mentally. The sunshine keeps my mind sunny as well. Like you said though the barometric pressure does change a lot and in the rainy afternoons I have an uptick in my pain. At least the mornings are great, and certain months of the year are a lot less wet!

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8/10/14 7:20 A

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We moved to a warmer climate from VA to FL. The warmer weather hasn't really helped as the barometric pressure changes so freq. but at least here, I can get into a nice warm pool for months which is helping.


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8/10/14 6:52 A

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I realised that I felt better when in a warmer climate by the seaside, so I have moved over 1000 miles to a new country away from my family to live here.

Financially this is not easy and I really miss my husband who I love a lot but I am feeling better than i have done since I was first ill and I just wondered what other people have done or would be willing to do.

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