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Why you can't blame thunder etc for a migraine

 
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Why you can't blame thunder etc for a migraine
Headache sufferers often claim they can forecast a bad migraine with a sudden change in the weather.
But a new study claims it is all just hot air.

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I don't agree with the title of this article but thought it may be of interest:)
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Re: Why you can't blame thunder etc for a migraine
Yes interesting. As a migraine sufferer, low barometric pressure is my worst trigger no matter what the studies say!



From article: However, half of the migraine sufferers in the study presented to the American Headache Society were sensitive to weather variables like a change in temperature, humidity or barometric pressure.

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Yes, I don't really suffer from migraine, not unless sun and alcohol induced! But I do tend to get headaches that come on suddenly and go just as quickly, and always appear to be due to humidity and/or air pressure.
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Yes, I don't really suffer from migraine, not unless sun and alcohol induced! But I do tend to get headaches that come on suddenly and go just as quickly, and always appear to be due to humidity and/or air pressure.

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Re: Why you can't blame thunder etc for a migraine
Headache sufferers often claim they can forecast a bad migraine with a sudden change in the weather.
But a new study claims it is all just hot air.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]



I don't agree with the title of this article but thought it may be of interest:)
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They are completely wrong. The worst migraines are caused by seismic activity and barometric pressure changes.
I've researched it all for more that 20 years. I've suffered migraines my entire life.

Prior to hurricanes or tropical storms is the worst, as the barametric pressure drops greatly. In hurricane country, you can see how much so many people hurt before the storm comes in. OTC pain meds fly off of the shelves.

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Re: Why you can't blame thunder etc for a migraine
Headache sufferers often claim they can forecast a bad migraine with a sudden change in the weather.
But a new study claims it is all just hot air.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]



I don't agree with the title of this article but thought it may be of interest:)
 Quoting: RPR


They are completely wrong. The worst migraines are caused by seismic activity and barometric pressure changes.
I've researched it all for more that 20 years. I've suffered migraines my entire life.

Prior to hurricanes or tropical storms is the worst, as the barametric pressure drops greatly. In hurricane country, you can see how much so many people hurt before the storm comes in. OTC pain meds fly off of the shelves.
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Yes, I would have thought that it's a natural thing that changes in air pressure can affect us.





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