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Where Is The Best Place To Live With Less Barometric Pressure Systems?

Where Is The Best Place To Live With Less Barometric Pressure Systems?

My migraine triggers are barometric system (weather change) I get the migraine two days before the system arrives, once it arrives just like a snap of the fingers it’s gone! I live in WI
I’m looking to relocate for retirement (I thought AZ?)

A MyMigraineTeam Member said:

I’m a weather migrainer. I left Seattle (Whidbey Island) because the weather is killer for migraines there, and tried Tucson. It was just as bad. A headache specialist there said if a city has lots of headache clinics (Tucson does), avoid it! Miami and San Diego and Honolulu are supposed to be good. There’s a list you can google, best and worst places to live with migraine.

posted almost 3 years ago
A MyMigraineTeam Member said:

I also hear that Hawaii has less weather changes 🌴
I also heard Southern California, and Arizona! I guess anywhere where the weather stays stable

posted about 3 years ago
A MyMigraineTeam Member said:

Seattle is close to sea level, and pretty boring in the weather scene, There was a TV show I think it was "House Hunters" HDTV this lady claimed the she had "Baro Migraines" for laughs I did some research and asked my Neurologist about this, She said that is really hard to prove, but she agree's that there is a correlation, she said that driving over the mountains or flying in a plane would trigger a migraine.

So back to the TV show this Lady claimed she never had a headache while in Hawaii she spent 2 months a year in Hawaii but lived in Denver for the rest of the year, this was the only time she had headaches was in Denver.

So she convince her husband the she needs to move to Hawaii. Since they have moved life is wonderful. (my question is typhoons that hit Hawaiian islands) a couple times a year, this would be the "perfect storm" for migraines sorry for the pun. I think I would feel better in Hawaii too.

posted over 3 years ago
A MyMigraineTeam Member said:

We need solutions for headaches not descriptions of headaches!

posted 7 months ago
A MyMigraineTeam Member said:

I hear you MaryHepworth, the weather changes are the Worst 😞. I’ve been saying I need to live near the Beach 🏖. The Salt Air works best for me. I need to move!!!
Please take care

posted 7 months ago
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