October 27, 2015
Science is still on the fence about the definitive link between cold weather and chronic pain conditions like rheumatoid arthritis. However, many sufferers claim that when fall kicks into high gear, those colder temperatures make their symptoms worse.
There are plenty of at-home therapies that can provide temporary relief for rheumatoid arthritis. Warm baths and heating pads can help soothe sore, inflamed joints, and light exercise can keep those joints lubricated, which can reduce and even prevent pain.