Seasonal changes

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Hello Ladies,

I was wondering if any of you noticed that your symptoms are made better or worse depending on the seasons? I feel like during the cold weather seasons that my symptoms are a little worse but now that cold weather is beginning to break, I feel a bit better. Today for example, it is near 60° here in NYC. I immediately felt more lifted and my symptoms especially my anxiety seemed to just settle in a manner of speaking. Can anyone relate?

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    YES! But this has been my whole life, not just peri. Why we choose to live in the northeast US is beyond me!

    xo Heidi from Boston

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    Hey sharecv, yes for sure! My migraines do not like the subzero temps we have been getting. Have to cover my head and face. I hate the ice, I am unbalanced all the time as it is. I'm in the northeast too 😃

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    Yes, I live in Toronto Canada, and I feel so much better since we got to above zero🇨🇦🤗

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    things are always better with a little sunshine in our lives i never have any menopausal symptoms when iam away in spain but ere in the lovely damp grey cold uk i feel like crap every day and from nov to april my mood and anxiety are dreadful and i think this is all down to lack of vit d so iam just waiting for bloods to come back again as this time last yr my vit d level was nearly 0 and i was put on super strength tablets so maybe upping your vitamins might help big hugs x

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