What you should know about barometric pressure and headaches

November 16, 2017


Researchers have still to prove a definitive link between the weather and headaches or migraines. According to the American Migraine Foundation, however, more than a third of people with migraines claim that weather patterns trigger their headaches, at least some of the time.

Several studies have found evidence that weather, and especially changes in pressure, increase the likelihood of headaches and migraines occurring. In fact, a 2017 study demonstrated a positive association between the atmospheric pressure and the amount of migraine pain a person experiences.

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