Changing Weather means Headaches
I dealt with an awful headache yesterday. It just wouldn't go away. I wondered if maybe the shift in the weather had something to do with it.
According to this weather.com article the weather change did lead to my headache.It's all in the Barometric pressure. Dr. Steven Graff-Radford, DDS, the director of the program for headache and orofacial pain at the Cedar-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles stated that "Barometric pressure changes might affect the pressure in the brain or the way the brain blocks pain, he said, but it’s not quite known. “What’s quite clear, however, is that overcast, cloudy and rainy days produce more migraine headaches."
Barometric pressure shifts also trigger migraines and headaches when there's changes in humidity, changes in temperature and extremely hot and dry conditions, according to the National Headache Foundation.
Well it's good know that I'm not crazy about weather effecting me.
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