9. Adverse weather conditions
Although researchers are yet to establish the link between weather conditions and aggravation of fibromyalgia symptoms, the vast amount of reports from the experiences of actual sufferers is so profound. Almost all fibromyalgia patients notice that weather conditions, especially extremes in temperature (too hot or too cold), have an adverse effect on their symptoms.
Sometimes, taking some extra safety measures (e.g. staying hydrated in extreme heat) can counterbalance the effects of adverse weather conditions, but at other times, when the adverse conditions are intense, it may be expedient to move to a different climate that would be more comfortable.