Wednesday, 2 March 2016

The connection between weather and pain

Cloudy with a Chance of Pain

"Participants most commonly believed that “damp/rain” affected their symptoms (72%). When compared to the total study population, those with fibromyalgia, chronic headache and neuropathic pain are most likely to believe that changes in temperature and pressure correlate with pain. Indeed, participants with fibromyalgia and neuropathic pain were most likely to believe in an association between all aspects of weather and pain when compared to the total study population."

Spread the word

Do you know anyone who has experienced pain for the past 3 months, is aged 17+ and has an Apple or Android smartphone? If you do, please encourage them to join the study. If each of you recruited one person to the study we would smash the 10,000 target.

Ask them to visit to register and be part of the Cloudy community.

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