As reported by The Journal.ie., the changing weather of the fall season may make some migriane sufferers’ conditions worse:
Autumn can be a bad time for migraine-sufferers as changing weather conditions have long been recognised as a trigger factor for migraines.
“Many people living with migraine note an increase in attacks at this time of year, probably due to weather changes in pressure and humidity,” says Jane Whelan, communications officer of the Migraine Association of Ireland.
Read the entire article on thejournal.ie.
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