For many people, weather changes in pressure, humidity and temperature may cause imbalances in brain chemicals and increase the prompt of a migraine attack. Weather-related triggers can also be responsible for worsening on-going migraine attacks caused by other triggers.
This Migraine Weather Index is a risk indicator based on historic, location based correlations of the current weather conditions with the more than 30 million migraine attacks recorded by our Migraine Buddy community.
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