Car Accident Doctor Atlanta – How the Weather Causes MORE Pain – Personal Injury Doctor Atlanta

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In this video I show you how changes in atmospheric pressure cause you to feel MORE pain in areas where you are injured.

The laws of physics tell us that an area of high pressure will move towards an area of low pressure. As the pressure in the atmosphere lowers, the pressure inside our bodies now gravitates towards the lower pressure outside, causing injured tissues to expand and put pressure on surrounding nerves.

To feel better, just apply heat to the areas of pain and do light exercise to increase your circulation.

Read the blog post here:

How the weather INCREASES your pain

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5 thoughts on “Car Accident Doctor Atlanta – How the Weather Causes MORE Pain – Personal Injury Doctor Atlanta”

  1. I wonder if it is for the same reason that I feel very lethargic if the weather changes to rain…blood pressure dropping? 

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