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Do joint pain plague you during cold weather?
Do you feel persistence and throbbing pain in your joints during the winter season?
Does your knee hurt more in winter?


Don’t worry and relax; we will answer all your questions about joint pain during cold weather. Joint aches, stiffness, and pains have always been associated with a drip in the weather. However, the exact cause is still unclear on why cold weather makes your joints pain. However, some theories state some reason behind it.
So why does your joint ache during cold weather?

Although there is no exact explanation behind it, most of the research suggests that it’s the barometric pressure that comes into play. The drop in the barometric pressure causes muscles, tendons, and the tissues around it to expand. This change makes your joints pain, especially in people with arthritis.

Even after many studies and research done by scientists on both weather & joint aches, the connection between them is still unclear. Another theory suggested that the liquid around the muscles gets thicker as the temperature drops, making them cause pain.

It might also be because, during winters, people usually tend to move less outside and stay indoors. This makes inactive joints stiff and causes pain.

Now that we know that there ain’t any known connection between Joint aches and cold weather. And cold weather can be uncomfortable and painful for some.
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