The first Monday in November is dedicated to bringing awareness to Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy with Color the World Orange Day. According to the National Day Calendar, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (CRPS) involve high levels of nerve impulses sent to an affected site in the body. Medical experts believe the condition is a result of a dysfunction in the central or peripheral nervous system.
So today, look around for orange. Maybe you still have your Halloween pumpkin leftover. You might have bright orange leaves on your trees. Maybe you have some Oranges (fruit) hanging around. You may decide to look for a beautiful orange sunrise or sunset.
Let's color the day orange!