Just a quick note to say hi! Hi Pixifer, yes the barometric pressure is horrendous on the body, so is the damp. I live where it is damp and we get all the pressures rolling in and I am bed ridden today. I am going up North to check it out for 3 weeks where it is a stable temperature, humidity might be a problem but I will find out. Dry arrid conditions are best, I live in Australia and have been to the outback in dirt, dust and drought and have felt GREAT! Keep hunting. Happy New Year. xxx
I live in Albuquerque and it is the twin city of Tuscon. The weather is the same. I am in a lot of pain here. I know when I go to a humid place. I get very sick. I was close to Santa Barbara, California and I had no pain. I was there for a month. I don't know if I was in remission. i was jogging twice a day and felt as if I was in heaven, painless. It was in Port Heunimi (don't know the spelling) Please keep in contact if you decide to go there. Thank you.
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