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Long Beach in March: Mild and wet winter; stay hydrated, protect from rain to prevent migraines.

Long Beach experiences a mild and wet winter during this time of the year. While the mild temperatures can help reduce migraine triggers, the increased precipitation can lead to high humidity which may provoke headaches. Migraine sufferers should ensure they stay hydrated and protect themselves from the rain to prevent potential triggers.

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Your local weather might be your no. 1 culprit in triggering migraine

Your local weather might be your no. 1 culprit in triggering migraine

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.

Migraine attacks correlate to changes in climate and weather

This Migraine & Headache 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.

Migraine attacks correlate to changes in climate and weather
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