Anybody got any ideas about snow?

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by kats1978, Nov 4, 2002.

  1. kats1978

    kats1978 New Member

    I always seem to get ill when it is cold outside but what really gets to me is all the snow on the ground. Anybody got any ideas of how to go without this problem?
  2. kats1978

    kats1978 New Member

    I always seem to get ill when it is cold outside but what really gets to me is all the snow on the ground. Anybody got any ideas of how to go without this problem?
  3. amymb74

    amymb74 New Member

    Just joking - I used to love snow, skiing, snowmobiling etc..Now it drives me nuts and we usually get plenty in Maine - I hibernate as much as I can - stay warm.....Amy
  4. buzby

    buzby New Member

    Hi Kat,
    I have been to several environmental health specialists here in Canada, and there seems to be a correlation between snow, or damp and increase in molds etc. Could it be that perhaps a leaky basement or roof or just general dampness is affecting your health? It may be worth a thought...
    In general I have to watch my temperature in Winter, if I get cold it saps my energy.
    Bundle up and stay dry.
    Buzby

    P.S. if this reply appears several times I apologise... been having a lot of trouble with this message board and tech services hasn't been able to help me yet!
  5. azcrum

    azcrum New Member

    But, I know that may not be possible. I lived in snow country for 23 years before coming to Arizona. Does the dampness and wetness make fibro worse? It is so dry here all year except in July during the moonsoon season. If you want a snow free enviornment, come to Phoenix. Drive 2 hours north and your in the snow. Good Luck.
  6. joyof3

    joyof3 New Member

    I live in Canada and it gets very cold in the winter.I wish i could move, but my life is here so i try to stay in doors as much as i can. hope for a short winter. best wishes stephanie.
  7. Mikie

    Mikie Moderator

    It isn't for everyone, but I have felt soooo much better here in the heat and humidity. Some feel better in a drier climate.

    Love, Mikie