Migraines and the Weather

Migraines and the Weather

Many people who suffer from migraine headaches believe they can predict the weather by the pain they are feeling. Researchers from the American Headache Society found that although changes such as air temperature, humidity and barometric pressure may trigger migraines, migraine sufferers are not able to accurately foretell weather patterns.

 
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