Humidity and Precipitation May Trigger Children's Migraines and Headaches
One of the most important parts of Migraine and headache management is trigger identification and management. We've known for some time now that changes in weather can be a very strong Migraine trigger for adults.
It's been a general consensus that this applies to children as well, and it's certainly been reported anecdotally, but now a research study has verified that weather changes can trigger Migraine attacks in children too.
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Medical review by John Claude Krusz, PhD, MD.