I am greatly impacted by changes in the barometric pressure - temp changes, big storms, etc. This winter has been especially rough weather wise as we transition to bigger and more intense storms. I have good medical care for my migraines but even still, there are more weather days that the meds can't fix. Today in the Northeast we are having yet another "record" storm. I was just wondering if other people are having the same issue? Thank you
This is definitely a game changer for me. I can definitely tell when the weather is changing up. This one have me in bed everything. When the seasons changing my migraine let's me know. Ugh!
I already lost my career once and feel I'm about to lose it all over again
When the migranes first hit, in 2018, they literally came out of the blue. I was fine one day, than BAM at work the next excruciating head pain, dizziness and nauseau. Shortly after, diagnosed with chronic migranes. On various medical leaves for a yr. Migranes declined a bit but than, the second I went back to work they hit again in clusters. I finally had to resign.
Long story short, took another yr for med… read more
I have had to go on disability. Not just for migraine but other health issues, which all surrounds my migraines
My migraines are triggered almost 80% by barometric changes. So, I read the book and I did all that the doctor suggested. I stop drinking coffee 100%. And changed my diet.
But since the weather is something that you can’t control. His method is not help me much.
Just want to know any comments.
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
Hi I totally agree with you, I start to feel the pressure then look out of the window and can tell I am due a migraine, we have had a lot of rainy days in Newcastle upon Tyne recently, all with… read more
My migraines are definitely triggered by the barometric pressure going down. It doesn't seem to bother me when it rises. I live in the Calgary, Alberta, Canada region and we have the worst BP changes in the country. Used to love the Chinooks over the mountains as it brings warmer weather but now that I have migraines, I dread them.
Yes here in Tennessee it bothers me terribly
I have tried amitriptyline but I have problems stay up or functioning the next day. I take one hour before going to bed. I take it only on bad days. I have the same problem with the migraines with… read more
Yes, I am sensitive to barometric pressure. Great suggestion 👍
I'd like to try some natural remedies to help with migraine? I am not allowed to take tylenol anymore due to liver damage. What do you find helpful?
I used to use a device called the Migraine Stopper by Migracorr. You use it to manually change the pressure in your ear, moving your eardrum in and out. I absolutely loved it, until my migraine… read more
Mine are weed killers and fertilizers, Fabreeze anything, petroleum hot tar, cologne and even deodorant (especially strong scented men's deo., cigar 🤢cigarette smoke, mowing of lawns. Scented candles and room deodorizers.i find I am becoming more sensitive as I get older 😕. Mold, bonfires, fireplaces, cleaning supplies, even dust. Anyone relate?
For years I couldn't walk through the men's fragrance department in any store without getting a migraine. I feel that once I got past the "everything was a trigger" the smell didn't trigger as much. I… read more
I used to and I feel it doesn't work
Missclinnchy.. pizza tears me up and spaghetti I am fine..