We’re in the first full week of fall. The air is a little cooler and the leaves are beginning to change, but the change of seasons can be a real headache for some people.
The beginning of fall is just one of several weather-related headache triggers.
Many people think it’s their sinuses causing their headaches, when in fact; it’s migraine being triggered by changes in the weather.
One way to figure it out may be by keeping a headache diary. Track the temperature and barometric pressure to see if it coincides with the times you an experience an attack. If they match up, talk to your doctor to figure out the best way to manage the attacks, since there is no known treatment meant for preventing weather-triggered migraine.