I can't believe how much better I feel now that the temperature has dropped. There also does not seem to be the big fluctuations in the temperature, humidity and barometric pressure. The thing that is still messing with my head is precipitation. I know the day before it's going to rain, then it rains and then it takes a day to feel better. That's three days out of my life. Weather migraines are really bad, anybody else have them? In sure lots of us do. Anyone know how to avoid or cope… read more
For almost 60 years I've had migraines. And I agree with what everyone said. I can tell a storm is coming 2 days before it arrives. As it gets closer then the barometric pressure drops, making my migraines so much worse!!! I feel terrible for days 😞.
I have migraines so often 13 a month. Last month was terrible for me and I recently started going to chiropractic but I still have migraines and I'm sure the weather and stress has a lot to do with it. I have depression also!!
The weather is a huge trigger and even when it seems like nothing is happening, the fronts way up high colliding, my migraine gets worse and even my husband knows that something is happening up there.
I'm on the Cape and experiencing the same thing.
I live in Southeast Georgia and the weather is Constantly Changing!!! I know it's gonna rain before the meteorologist do Lol... Barometric pressure changes is 1 of my Biggest Triggers for Migraine and the humidity and heat here this summer is Killing Mee
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