I have always noticed a connection between rainy days and low blood sugars. Am I alone in this? My dad (a paramedic) says that it’s not uncommon for his ambulance team to run on more hypo emergencies in rainy weather, but as we all know, correlation does not equal causality. I’ve never heard it discussed other than my own family’s casual observations. I asked an endo about it once and got such a weird look that I haven’t asked a medical professional again.
I’ve often wondered if the change in the barometric pressure somehow messes with my equilibrium. But I have nothing but anecdotal evidence. Does anyone else experience this?
Your turn to sound off. Craziness, coincidence, or correlation?