The weather migraine

Spring means storms and nice weather and storms and then nice and then storms. Barometric pressure changes all over the damn place which means it is indeed Migraine Season It is driving me up the wall that I am getting migraines: Full-blown middle of the night waking me upFull-blown in the morningEvery day high pain … Continue reading The weather migraine

What to do about the winter blahs

So winter here in Canada (aside from Vancouver, those lucky bastards!) and other places can endure a long time. Chronic pain tends to be worse in winter. Isolation tends to be worse in winter, especially when pain is a factor. It is cold out and that can aggravate pain, especially things like temperature-sensitive nerve damage … Continue reading What to do about the winter blahs