It’s true, winter is coming, but what does that mean for your rheumatoid arthritis
If there is one thing we know about RA, it is that it effects people very differently. While that is one of the main reason’s RA is hard to diagnose, it also makes it challenging for RA warriors to know what to expect. So with winter coming, what should you expect?
How does winter affect you?
Does the winter impact your RA? Do you feel more joint pain? Do you find yourself leaning more on your rheumatoid arthritis medications? Share in our poll and see what other RA warriors are saying.
Has science found a link between cold weather and Rheumatoid Arthritis?
You might have heard the classic opinion “Cold and wet is bad, warm and dry is good for RA.” While there is scientific proof humidity has an impact on the symptoms of RA, scientists haven’t found a clear link between symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and cold temperatures.