Is it common to get headaches with weather changes?
Since I can remember, I always get a mild, but noticeable headache before it rains/snows. Is it something with pressure changes? Wondering what causes it.
I'm not sure what "common" means, but I know that scientifically there is a very good reason for it happening. Weather change happens because of a change in barometric pressure....that pressure directly affects you...and others...and sometimes that effect manifests itself in the form of a headache.
Yes it is. Not only with temperature changes outdoors but indoors too. If your home is too hot or too cold you may get a headache that could lead to a migraine. If you frequently get headaches watch the weather and take preventative measures. Also keep your home at a comfortable temperature. Heat can trigger migraines. It's always easier to bundle up than it is to strip down. You can only take off so many layers. Lol.
I'm not sure if it a common thing, but approaching rains tend to bring me headaches. My epilepsy also acts up more often with changes in weather, especially lightning storms. I do think these problems are related to barometric changes.
When the barometric pressure falls, I often begin to ache all over. Sometimes it includes a headache.
Yes. Actually I suffer the same problem, too . Whenever weather change, I get a big headache, especially if a huge change in the weather condition happened like from rainy to sunny, from sunny to windy, from hot to cold weather and vice versa . I google it once and I found that is something related to barometric changes.
Yes, definitely. I have experienced sinus headaches when wet weather like a rainstorm approaches. I used to have migraines, but I had them so frequently that I never noticed whether they were triggered by the weather. There are some excellent explanations by other commenters, so I won't go into another one here.
Are you allergic to common cold? If so, then there may be a connection. Keep your nasal passages clear. I think that will help
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