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Hi, @TKH, and welcome!

Yes, I definitely get more "fuzzy-headed" on days when it's cloudy/rainy (= low pressure).  Not every time, but I've noticed it enough that I think it's more than a coincidence. I think that happens to a lot of us on here. I hope you're feeling well today!

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@TKH - welcome to our forum! --- Yes, change in barometric pressure is known to cause worsening dysautonomia symptoms. For me it is not only the weather changes but also travelling: I live at a high elevation, mountaineous region and when I travel to a lower elevation or even to sea level I am in flare right away. 

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