Does anyone else get barometric pressure migraines? I live in Phoenix and it's currently monsoon season, which means migraine season. I don't understand a lot about barometric pressure, but I know that in my weather app, any time it says 30 or below next to "Pressure"...I'm pretty much guaranteed to have a headache for days.
Nothing really helps with these either. The only time I get any relief is when I sneeze. Is that weird? I love sneezing! The pain goes away for about 2-3 minutes after a sneeze. The pain radiates from the front of my face, up and over the top of my head, to the back of my neck and all the way down my back...all on one side. Massage helps some, but I'll rub myself raw before it actually makes a noticeable dent.
Anyone else have this problem with weather changes?