…and it’s riding in on the wind!
It’s mid winter here in the northern hemisphere and, for those chronic facial pain patients living in areas with four seasons of weather, life can be challenging (see The Weather – Facial Pain Effect.) It’s the time of year when low temperatures push many chronic facial pain patients indoors for the season, making their homesContinue reading Surviving the Winter with Chronic Facial Pain in the Modern Age
Ask any chronic facial pain patient if the weather affects their pain level and you are almost guaranteed an affirmative answer. In regions that have four seasons annually, when the temperature goes from warm to cold, the support groups come alive with reports of increased pain. The phenomenon is so common that the Weather ChannelContinue reading The Weather – Facial Pain Effect