Is a Migraine in the Weather Forecast?

Read Transcript

Hi, I'm Dr. Oz. Here is news if you suffer from migraines. Do you have migraine weather? You're not just imagining it. We all know high humidity means bad hair days, but for some folks the migraines blow in with the weather. Many migraines sufferers are sensitive, not only to what's going on inside them like stress, hormone fluctuations, fatigue and some foods, but also what's happening around them.

External triggers include bright lights, strong odors, and for 50% of migraines suffers, the weather. Migraine inducing weather they take the form of hot and humid days for some people, while for others it makes up a moderate cold dry conditions, sudden changes in the weather or the bio-metric pressure can bring on pain too, so if you're prone to migraines, I want to check the weather report.

Keep your pain mess close at hand whenever your local weather person predicts changes are output in the forecast. I'm Dr. Oz, check out all of our smart tips moisturized used to stay pain free.