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What do you do about the cold weather bothering your back. All those aches and pains.. yuck!

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      Tuliplady wrote Feb 1, 2013
    • Keep it warm.  Put an extra shirt on and make sure your shirt tail is tucked in so the wind can’t get to your back.  Most importantly, keep moving.

      I find the cold doesn’t bother my joints near as much as damp weather and changing pressure systems.




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      Nita P wrote Feb 1, 2013
    • regular gentle massage watch your posture and yes keep warm




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      Wendy101 wrote Feb 2, 2013
    • It feels like it’s about to pull out again, stiff neck all upper back tight and sore..it’s a constant pain but the worse is yet to come..




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      Marya1961 wrote Feb 3, 2013
    • I hear ya, T..the damp weather and pressure is killer on my body.  Wendy, when you start to feel that pain coming on and hopefully you are home, start your shower and get in and allow the warm water to settle into your body.  Stay in there as long as you need to and relax.  Stiffness is better taken care of with warmth as Tulip and Nita mentioned, and the warm water really helps me a lot.

      I have also found Tylenol Arthritis to be very helpful, just taking one for lesser pain and two for severe pain.




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