Monsoon migraines are real and can be a pain

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According to the American Headaches Society, 37 million people are affected by headaches, but here in Arizona, there’s a unique factor that contributes to the pain: Monsoon season.

According to Dr. Eric Eross from the Phoenix Head Institute, a headache is one the most common neurological conditions that he sees at his practice, and it results in a great deal of disability, more disability than any other brain condition.

He adds that lots of different studies have been done to prove that weather patterns are one of the most common triggers for people with migraine headaches. A monsoon represents a dramatic change in the weather and it’s that inconsistency that the migraine brain doesn’t like and thus results in a headache.

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