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Unread 10-13-2007, 03:41 AM   #1
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Does anybody of you realize influences between weather and TS? I have more Tics if weather changes from normal to sweltry and to humid/cold. What about you?

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Unread 10-13-2007, 11:33 AM   #2
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hello Hermann

yes, my son has always experienced and increase in his tics at seasonal change and extremes of temperature

here is florida, where we are so very hot and humid in summer, he really does limit outdoor activity as much as possible as it has a noticeable impact on his tics
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Unread 10-13-2007, 05:50 PM   #3
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Lightbulb rapid changes in

barometric pressure, affect many people with illnesses.

I feel it mostly with my arthritis. But I think it is significant for many different
patients with many issues.

here is an interesting link:
http://www.anapsid.org/biomet.html
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hi chemar + mrsd !!!

thanks for your answers! i feel an increase of tics, when my blood circulation is bad. do you you understand what i mean? if i want to express something special, i realize, that english is not my first language.

if it is cold i can protect myself with warm clothes, but if it is hot and humid? i live near heidelberg and in this area (25 km west) it is very hot and humid in summer. chemar, did you and your son find any possibilities to reduce negative influences of high temperatures?

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hi Hermann
truly the only way to deal with it here in summer is for him to spend as much time as possible in air conditioning, which all homes and buildings here in florida have as it is impossible to breathe in the peak summer heat and humidity here

when he goes outdoors in summer he dresses as cooly as possible and keeps either a water mister fan to relieve the discomfort or a cool wet cloth behind his neck. that helps
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