For Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Does humidity make your flares worse or better?

Does humidity make your flares worse or better?

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Michelle Buck
M
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Worse. When it's hot or cold outside.

Annette Rangel
A

Worse, specially if it hot out

Cindy Butcher
C

Interesting. I always thought humidity helped but I have noticed that when I am working at the greenhouse, I get bad flares. It does amazing things for my skin though.

Michelle Buck
M

worse

Susan Carlson
S

Worse, way worse.

Adriana Pittman
A

worse

Peggy Bishop
P

Worse

Tanya Nicholas
T

Worse

Nita Scott
N

Worse

Vaishali Salas
V

Thousand times worse.

Glenda Louis
G

All the above

Gabriela Spicer
G

Yep!

Irene Bradford
I

I love it when its cold and crispy.

Irene Bradford 3 years

No, the cold bothers mine.

Barbara Rogers
B

Cold bothers mine too

Michelle Buck 3 years

Geez. So cold or hot we r doomed?? Wtf!

Carol Cross 3 years

Lol right?

Michelle Buck 3 years

Building storm systems seem to be the worst for me.

Angie Watts
A

Then once the rain or snow actually happens it seems to calm down a bit.

Angie Watts 3 years

Oh man me too!

Michelle Buck 3 years

M Lee Hallett I hear people all excited that it's gonna snow for Christmas and I'm all thinking damn, I'm not gonna be able to walk for Christmas.

Angie Watts 3 years

Worse

Susan Link
S

Worse for me

Jean Ho
J

Humidity, with very cold, or very hot, and approaching storm fronts.

Kim Waller
K

Worse for sure...

Maggie Jewell
M

Humidity and heat combined make my RA unbearable

Michelle Graves
M

Humidity

Binta Eldridge
B

worse

Angel Beaver
A

Worse

Emma Driver
E

Im very sensitive to barometeric pressure. The rain is usually my friend. Beautiful sunny (high pressure) days hurt.

Megan Lockett
M

Barometeric for certain!

Barbara Rogers 3 years

Barometric pressure so yes.

Marla Horn
M

Barometric pressure, for sure.

Jayni Vogt
J

Worse

Julie Reeder
J

When the weather changes back and fourth it hurts

Ronald Sykes
R

Worse

Karla Campbell
K

So the beach is not the place to go for relief

Deborah Arnold
D

It does not affect my RA at all.

Sarah Torres
S