The Mayo Clinic notes here that weather plays a role in the frequency of your migraines. Especially as spring weather whips up the winds and changes the temperature radically, I see my migraine patients much more. The changes in barometric pressure seems to bother many people. For others, the changing temps disrupt the flow of yummy brain chemicals like serotonin.
Mayo Clinic suggests you track your headaches in a diary, avoid being outside on the windy days, and take preventative migraine medicines. I suggest that you come see me. Within 3 to 5 appointments, we can typically get those symptoms under control and keep them under control with a specially formulated herbal formula for headaches.
If you've got the beginnings of a headache, get on my schedule. Let's keep you moving forward!