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Migraine Minute: Does Weather Affect Migraine?



Published May 27, 2023, 6:20 p.m. by Jerald Waisoki


migraine is a condition that affects millions of Americans. And while the exact cause of migraines is still unknown, we do know that weather can play a role in triggering them.

There are a few different ways that weather can affect migraines. For example, changes in barometric pressure can trigger migraines. This is why many people get migraines during storms or when the weather is changing.

Another way weather can affect migraines is by affecting the body’s temperature. Temperature changes can trigger migraines, so people who are susceptible to them need to be careful in hot or cold weather.

Finally, bright light can also trigger migraines. This is why many people find that they are more prone to migraines in the summer when the days are longer.

If you suffer from migraines, it’s important to be aware of how weather can affect them. This way, you can try to avoid triggers and have a better chance of avoiding a migraine attack.

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weather is cool no pun intended what

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known universe

but it's possible that changes in

weather such as extreme heat or cold

humidity and barometric or atmospheric

pressure May induce migraine attacks

which is you know not so cool some

Studies have shown that atmospheric

pressure shifts during a typhoon a

strong wind pattern sunlight exposure

and changes in temperature and humidity

may be associated with migraine attacks

other studies however have shown little

to no connection between weather and

migraine to add to the mystery

individuals may react differently to

various weather conditions and

scientists still aren't entirely sure

what weather is doing inside our bodies

to trigger migraine attacks although the

science is mixed on the weather migraine

connection about a third of people with

migraine feel that weather is behind

some of their attacks one thing is for

sure you know your migraine best

planning for the weather and tracking

your body's reaction to weather events

May help you predict or manage your

migraine symptoms hopefully in the near

future researchers will learn even more

about the weather migraine connection to

learn more visit the

americanmigrainfoundation.org

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