Hi Cathy - I wouldn't be able to tell myself, as any changes of my whereabouts causes a flare, so just the change would be a problem for many reasons (travel, surroundings, temperature, wind) . However our flares have been shown to be especially connected to changes in barometric pressure. This decreases as you get higher. So if you react to those kinds of weather changes, changing altitude will likely also cause a flare. I myself don't think I do, but it's one of the most common weather causes of flares.Has anyone found that significantly changing altitude causes a flare?
Well changing places could like I said have many reasons. And it being one way may seem to be clear. But I'd say many weather changes will be more of a problem in one direction than the other, so I wouldn't necessarily say this means it's got nothing to do with the altitude or pressure.going to Colorado from New Jersey didn’t cause the flare only coming back from Colorado did
CBD oil in high quality just zombified me, tried several times, I'm very sensitive there, so have decided not to pursue that route nor MMJ. Made me have to stop work for a while.have you tried CBD or acupuncture
Glad it's some use to you. Exactly as you say it's something to be practiced and helpful to see what details others watch for.I’m looking for patterns that trigger flares and aside from weather it seems fairly random. Again, thank you!
I found just the opposite.Has anyone found that significantly changing altitude causes a flare?
If you mean me: Thanks for your input! -I had similar wake problems and insomnia- since I went on cymbalta and low dose flexerol at bedtime I sleep soundly