As someone who lives with pain, yes, I can feel it in my body when the barometric pressure is rising. Thank you for stopping by my place today..I have enjoyed looking around..liked your reasons for wanting to learn something every day. :)
I am fortunate not to be effected by this StevieWren, but I am sorry that you are - Dave
I'd rather stand on liver than eat it too!!Funny! Hope you are not in too much pain! Take that Excedrin!
I think I should buy stock in Tylenol .. I used to take Advil but it is no longer permitted as it interfers with the wonderful arthritis med I take that lets my neck move painlessly ...
Haha! I don't remember this commercial but I should have...I hate liver too:) The weather doesn't seem to affect my joints but lack of use certainly does...when I first get up in the morning my ankles, back, knees...ugh! Now I take naprosyn...works wonders along with exercise:)
oh - hope you feel better soon. i do have those aches from a bad knee (i fell down a flight of stairs about 15 years ago)
I know that the change in barometric air pressure can give me a terrible headache. I have never noticed if my bones start to ache. It is something to think about. Feel better soon! denise
Funny commercial! My feet and knees always have arthritic pain. I've learned to live with it but I take Advil if I know I'll be out walking all day.
Oh yeah. I take prescription strength naproxin. Takes the edge off.
I had extensive back surgery over 25 years ago and have lived with chronic pain ever since. Now, as I'm getting ancient, everything else aches as well...hips, shoulders, knees. I'm thinking, if it's this bad at 65, good grief, what will it be like in ten more years. Frankly, I think longevity is overrated unless they come up with some medicine that will really help all these infirmities!
I'm glad you stopped by and I look forward to your comments. As Dr. Fraser Crane would say, "Hello, I'm listening."