Weather changes are one of the top triggers for headache; about 40% of people with migraine feel that weather is a factor in their headaches. It is usually when a front is coming in, the pressure drops, and people state that they can ‘feel it‘ with their head. Many do state ‘I can predict the weather with my head‘. Since the headaches are often in the front, this may lead to a misdiagnosis of ‘sinus headache‘. 95% of patients, in 2 recent studies, who were diagnosed as ‘sinus headache’ are actually suffering from migraine. More on this later…..
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