Seasonal Changes and Cerebral Palsy

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I’ve come to realize that seasonal changes impact my muscles. One of the things I struggle the most about spring, is the fact that my muscles don’t know what to do with it. Coming from a climate where we have snow, spring is a time of fluctuation in terms of climate.

One day it is summer temperatures and the next they are threatening snow again. For those of you that have read my blog for a while, you will know that I’ve talked about the difficulties of winter on my muscles. The cold plays havoc on my muscles making it extremely painful and difficult to function in some capacities. I am discovering that this fluctuation in temperatures as of lately is having a similar impact. I am very much looking forward to the constant warm temperatures of summer.

I am wondering is anyone with cerebral palsy the opposite to me? Meaning, that they prefer the cold weather to the hot? If so, how does hot weather impact you? What is your favorite season?

 Seasonal Changes and Cerebral Palsy

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