I have had returns of symptoms, including headache, nausea, dizziness, depression, ever since my vp shunt, which occurred more severely with a change in weather, always worse in the summer than winter. The NSG agrees, and says I just have to ride it out, that it happens. Warm weather is nice, but it sure plays havoc with my shunt!
Originally Posted by bryanedmondson
Please contact me if you have any information or understand the fact that you may know of one who suffers from depression, Also having Major Acute Attacks of Depressive Lows that coincide with the BaPressure dropping from 30.00 to 29.99 in mercury or lower.
I am devastated by depression at such a drop. Almost instantaneously with records of local Weather Archive for All Data in my area. I never watch the news so it can't be placebo.
I have tracked several weather factors in addition for a 3 month period emperically. I have spreadsheets and weather graphs hourly for said periods.
I will gladly share with and Physicians doing research on Barometric Pressure and Psychiatric conditions.