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Does weather affect migraines?

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Yes: Barometric weather changes can cause headaches.
Dr. Terry Simpson
General Surgery 35 years experience
Lots of things do : It may - triggers for headaches can come from a number of things. I've known migraine sufferers who can tell weather as well as weatherman - but not better.

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A 44-year-old female asked:

Does the weather affect people who suffer with migraines?

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Dr. Yash Khanna
Family Medicine 57 years experience
Yes it is a trigger: Change in weather is known to be a trigger for an acute attack of migraine most of the time on cold days than hot days.But high humidity, dry air, windy or stormy weather in some, barometric pressure changes and bright sunlight can be a trigger in some people.In some people weather changes may cause imbalance in brain chemicals including serotonin to trigger attack.If you know what weather is trigger.

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