Over the last month or so, the weather has really dropped of and always seems to be chilly. Already my arthritis seems to be badly affected by this weather more than it has ever before, I literally do feel the cold in bones, I often say its like having tooth ache but in my bones instead of my teeth.
Aches, pains and stiffness are just some of the ailments that the winter chill brings in with it. Put all that alongside wet and slippery pathways and icy paths you can understand why this season doesn't fill me with cheer. A large supply of grit will be ordered to hopefully allow me out of the house in the ice, although it does annoy me having to buy it to grit a public walkway as the local council are unreliable.
My heating bills are astronomical, in my vain attempt to ease the arthritis I like to keep the house as warm as possible, even though it doesn't make a huge difference, it makes me feel happy locking myself away inside a warm house. I must seem like a right grump when I keep barking at people for leaving doors open around the house.
At this time of the year many people are busy planning for the festive period that is approaching, not me though. I'm looking forward to spring, this will hopefully signal my arthritis to ease up slightly and hopefully lessen this horrible nagging ache I have.
Would love to hear off anyone who has any tips on keep their arthritis in check during the colder weather.