Podcast Episode 8: Arthritis and Weather: Everything You Need to Know

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In this episode, we take a deep dive into the fascinating connection between weather and arthritis.

We’ll look at how factors like humidity, atmospheric pressure, temperature and wind can impact pain levels and inflammation for those of us with rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and other conditions in the spondyloarthritis family such as ankylosing spondylitis.

We’re going to look at:

✔️ The groundbreaking findings from a large 2019 study conducted by a group of University of Manchester–based researchers
✔️ My personal experiences and insights from tracking arthritis symptoms and weather over the past 3 years
✔️ Practical tips and solutions you can implement to help mitigate the effects of weather on your arthritis

You can find this episode on your favourite podcasting platform here:

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🔗 View this episode as a transcript here

🔗 See the Manchester study here and the published paper here

Disclaimer: Please note, this is for informational purposes only. Gut Heroes does not offer medical advice. We are all different and what works for me may not work for you. I setup Gut Heroes to share information with you. To shine a light on my own personal discoveries (as I currently understand them) and to help you with your own personal research.

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