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Does the temperature change make the bones hurt?

Science does not confirm or deny that climate change causes the aggravation or appearance of bone or joint pain. But the truth is that many people complain about this problem, some say that cold and humidity can cause variations in tendons, muscles and bones. These variations can cause pain.

When the temperature changes, there is vasoconstriction, in other words, the diameter of the blood vessels decreases and the muscles and joints contract to ensure an adequate body temperature. This results in less heat production which gives greater stiffness to the joints, resulting in greater sensitivity.In addition, the cold makes the air heavier, which causes static electricity and humidity, which can cause the peripheral nerves, located in the lower and upper limbs to contract, causing discomfort and pain.

  • Does the cold weather affects your bones?

    • Yes
    • No


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