Woman with gray hairs lay fatigue and sweating on couch as humid waves blast on by

A Sudden Increase in Humidity as a Migraine Trigger

Although a sudden increase in humidity is a known migraine trigger in the medical literature, it's not one that I've heard anyone who has migraine identify as a trigger. In this video, I share how I sleuthed this trigger for myself.

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