Weather Changes and How I Feel Today. Top of Head Painful

Since I was in mid twenties after my accident, weather changes , especially temp lowering near or below freezing  brought about all kinds of pain. Others, even family would back then it was nothing. As I past my thyirtues and got yet older, then they would say’Oh , it’s just cause you’re aging, we all have aches and pains” … That may be true, I work out almost daily just to maintain my current health, not to get worse..

I understand their points but . some days are so bad when weather changes, I crawl from one room to the next.
Right now the top of my head is sensitive to touch as if it was bruised. When not touched, it feels as if somebody is pressing down on the top of my head. Its a pain located perpendicular to a line drawn between the two ears.

Summers are great with temps. Move to the south if you can…you won’t slip on ice, you’ll be more flexible, wobn’t ghet the detrimental effects of freezing weather as an arm or leg shaking out of control or the arm going into a cradle position or hand balling up unable to use … Stay Warm.


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Hemiparesis Living Care, Rehabilitation Recovery, Safety: Includes Care for living with : One Side Partial Paralysis or Muscle Weakness, Footdrop or Spasticity resulting from Head Injury or Stroke
Home Care and Safety, Rehabilitation exercises,associated conditions, problem areas, treatment options, behavioral, emotional consequences, realistic goals, future expectations, resources, brain training and safety practices are covered. Safety and care at home of those affected is the primary focus. This book compiles researching current health care practices emphasizing safety with reviewing valuable lessons learned and studied in over 30 years since the author 'awoke' from a coma, revealing his own partial paralysis or hemiparesis and beginning the road back through rehabilitation and subsequent successful life an an engineer and self growth author