A visual for what happens in the body: the bursa in the joints are fluid filled bags that pad the joint, kind of like a balloon. As the pressure outside falls, the bursa swells to match it, effect is like a balloon getting bigger, so the joint can’t move as well and that hurts. As the pressure goes back up, it shrinks back down, hurting less.
Terri Lea White wrote:It's been storming in oklahoma and I've been nauseated with headache for days. I can't leave the house because I'm so nauseated. It feels like I took too much pain meds and need to throw up. Does it ever get better? This is my first time getting sick like this.
Danielle Komori wrote:I have same problem.
What did you do?