I googled lyme barometric pressure and it took me to cassia.org/essay.htm
. You've probably read this essay before (it's really long but very informative), but it says that low barometric pressure can induce arthralgias, fatigue, encephalopathy, and headaches in Lymies.
Another site had posts from people about
being able to predict severe weather coming by their Lyme symptoms:www.mdjunction.com/forums/lyme-disease-support-forums/general-support/778086-barometric-pressure-and-lyme#778086
I don't know about
the moon, but women typically experience an exacerbation of symptoms before or during their periods, so there is a monthly cycle thing going on for females anyway.
Take care.....I hope you're feeling better!
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