In Atlanta we usually don’t have much of a winter, a few ice storms and maybe a little snow spread out through the season. We did have a pretty good snow storm at least for us last year, the snow and ice was enough to shut the local schools down for a week. But not this year, no ice storms or snow and the temperature rarely went below freezing. The question that I am wondering now is how this unusual weather will affect my Meniere’s disease?
As we all know the weather has a profound effect on Meniere’s. In the summer the heat always seems to bring out the worse in my dizzy spells and going in and out of the air conditioning doesn’t seem to help either. On the other hand the cool weather isn’t a trigger for my attacks; at least I don’t think so. But the spring is a different story especially this spring where the temperatures have already hit 80 degrees! Spring also brings allergies that can be so harmful for some folks with Meniere’s. I really hope that this early spring isn’t an indication of a long hot summer. If it is I’ll be in trouble.
Just a note on my Social Security case, I have filed another appeal which means Social Security will set up hearing for me. How long will be before the hearing, I don’t know but it could be a while.
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