Barometric pressure headache is a type of headache which is triggered by the rapid change of the weight of the air, or known as barometric pressure. Barometric pressure usually falls when the weather is humid and rises when it’s dry. When the barometric pressure changes, it can create pressure between the sinuses resulting in a headache.
For some, weather changes can also cause an imbalance in brain chemicals, such as serotonin, prompting a migraine. Other weather-related triggers include dry air, high humidity, wind, and sun glare. Bright sunlight or cloudy days and extreme temperatures can also be triggers.
The best way to prevent barometric pressure headache is to be aware of your headache patterns. The sooner you recognize the headache coming on, the faster you can treat or prevent it. When faced with headache, take Sudrex and feel relief.
In addition to that, you can prevent headache by following some tips:
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