It seems like my frequency of migraines go up during fall months, as the weather changes and gets greyer, and as my food and exercise changes for the winter months. Has there been any research done on seasonal aspects of migraine risk. Even if we are staying away from what we think are food or environmental triggers, are there periods of time when migraines happen more frequently?
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