Seasonal Changes and Migraines
Migraines and Seasonal Changes
We celebrated the first day of fall last week, but some migraineurs may have not celebrated the changing of the season like many others.
For some, weather changes can wreak havoc on their bodies causing an imbalance in brain chemicals, which can be a migraine trigger for some. Weather related triggers can worsen a migraine caused by other triggers.
Weather related triggers can include, but are not limited to:
- Barometric pressure changes
- Dry air
- High humidity levels
- Bright sunlight
- High winds
- Stormy weather
- Extreme cold or heat
You may not be able to control the weather, but there are things you can do to help stave of a migraine during seasonal changes.
- Keep a Migraine Journal. For more tips on what a migraine journal is and how to keep one, check out my blog post for more.
- Stay ahead of the weather. Monitor coming weather changes so you can be one step ahead of your migraine triggers. For example, if you know it’s going to be a windy day tomorrow, try to plan ahead to be indoors as much as possible.
- Use your Migraine Miracle kit. If you feel a migraine coming on have your Migraine Miracle kit on hand to relieve the oncoming migraine. The Migraine Miracle® healing method for weather changes, use the Environment Blend along with the cold stone therapy, as well as pressure point massage. This method provides a renewed sense of balance and harmony along with dramatic relief from migraine headaches without the use of prescription drugs.
For more information on migraines and Kelly Lott’s Migraine Miracle® visit my website and feel free to make a comment on this blog post if you have any questions.