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Relocating to Reduce Weather Triggers

...Have you ever daydreamed about moving to a different climate so you could avoid weather-triggered migraine attacks? I made such a move almost four... after six months in Boston, where the weather changes frequently, did I conclude that weather is definitely a trigger for me. That’s when my husband...

Weather, Weather, Weather!

.... No preventatives seem to be working for me now. My main trigger is weather, especially strong storms that range from OK to MO. These migraines usually...

Migraines since I was eight. (Now I am 48.)

... Types Popular posts   Migraine Triggers: Weather Changes They were not as numerous when I was younger, but started to get very bad after having... children. Now it seems like I have them at least half of the month if not more. I get weather related migraines, and stress migraines. The stress kind...

Heat Wave!!

...If you were living in the South ANYWHERE in the USA at the end of June and beginning of July, you know how horrendous the heat was. I have lived in Georgia most of my life; at times I’ve lived in a landlocked town called Valdosta, where temperatures in the summer regularly reach 100 and humidity...
Migraine and weather

Migraine Triggers: The Power of Weather

...Weather and barometric changes can be an underestimated, yet powerful trigger for many Migraineurs. Just how powerful is the weather’s effect on our... at a disadvantage. This means breeders will often plan for their foals to be born during times where weather and accompanying barometric pressure changes, can...

Dear headache month: please don’t show up this year.

... weather systems seem to be quite remarkable in Georgia springtime. Yesterday afternoon, the sky was a clear, bright blue. By midnight, we had raucous.... Interesting. Once I began to understand how the weather holds power over my health, I tried to develop ways to be ready for the triggers. Mediclim can...

Migraine Triggers: Weather Changes

...Whenever I see a discussion about Migraine triggers, one of the triggers nearly always mentioned is changes in weather. This applies to both adults... the correct diagnosis or significant relief..3 A study by Bigal et al. revealed that half of Migraineurs are sensitive to weather variables...

A sudden cloudy feeling; relief

...When I awoke this morning, I heard rain outside my window. Great. This is the day each week I do my traveling-and-loading-and-carrying-indoors-and-out job, and doing all that in the rain didn’t sound like the most amazing situation. Rainy days have been triggering fewer migraines for me...

Medication overuse headache fear alert!

...Today I woke with yet another migraine–perhaps it’s the same one I’ve had since Friday and it keeps coming to the surface whenever I’m not under the influence of various drugs. Suspecting I’d be outside much of the day in the super-pollinated air, I took an allergy pill...

Weather Migraines

... migraines. I have changed my diet to a certain degree of what not too eat and drink. I seem to have weather migraines when the weather approaches when we... and it was finally over when the rain stopped. I have not felt that bad in a very long time. Does any one have headaches when the weather changes? Sign up for emails...

Newton spurs an attack…

.... It was a strong Category 1 storm. The Weather Channel reported three deaths. Five inches of rain fell…all 500-plus miles south east of where I live. We were... affected. By ‘we’ I mean the thousands of migraineurs who can attribute their symptoms to changes in weather. In the migraine.com survey, Migraine...

Five Tips for Preventing Summer-Season Migraines

...It isn’t even May yet, here in Texas, but the temperatures are already reaching into the 90s. For many people, this means vacations, long days at the pool, nighttime barbeques, and family get-togethers. For those of us with migraine, however, it can mean day after day of intense attacks. According...

Thunderstorm

... that the weather’s effect on migraine can vary wildly from attack to attack. Sometimes the shifts in barometric pressure don’t affect me in the least...This weekend’s weather in Athens, Georgia was beautiful and wet and intense and, for me and a handful of friends, migraine-inducing. I was, however...

An atypical Saturday

.... Not a cloud in the sky, I tell you, and the temperature is just right. (With Georgia weather, this could change any second–I’m sure...

How to Cope with Pain’s June Pain-Blog Carnival is up!

...There are some repeat entries from the Migraine & Headache Blog Carnival from this month, but there are also new things to read! Check out the summer vacation-themed edition of How to Cope with Pain‘s blog carnival! Sign up for emails from Migraine.com: Subscribe Thanks! You're all set...

A walk to … forget.

...In an effort to control the five trillion things that trigger my Migraine, I’ve made an attempt to wake up at a consistent hour for the last few weeks. The mornings have been refreshingly, surprisingly lovely. It’s spring now, though it feels more like summer, and the morning hours...

Owwwww….

...I’ve been quite under the weather lately, trying REALLY (I mean really!) hard to resist taking my Relpax + Naproxen combo when headachey since... (MOH), spring weather trigger overload, or just a particularly bad Migraine bout. I haven’t had daily headache battles in quite awhile, and I feel...

Crying wolf

...-okay, just a little under the weather and not sure if my situation will get worse? I certainly can’t pop a Maxalt each time I feel...