Emad Estemalik MD, headache specialist at Cleveland Clinic, said that weather is a major factor in migraine occurrence. “Especially around seasonal change. As we move from winter to spring and then into summer, there is a significant barometric change.
Migraines can last anywhere from four hours to up to 72. They are characterized by throbbing pain, nausea, and light sensitivity.
Around 12% of Americans, or almost 40 million people, suffer from migraines. Women are three times as likely to get them.
Understanding triggers can make a huge difference in the treatment of shingles. Bright light, dehydration and a change of environment are all possible triggers. This could be an increase in temperature or a decrease in barometric, the air pressure of the atmosphere.
A brewing storm in southern Arizona could be accompanied with a migraine. The pressure around the brain impacts the blood vessels and strains the nasal passages.
Preparedness is the key to preventing pain. Stick to water and avoid caffeinated drinks. Wear sunglasses whenever you are outdoors, whether it is in the morning or at night. Speak to your doctor about other effective medications.
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