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.
If you send it by car it's a shipment, but if by ship it's cargo. This tiny ad told me:
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