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Q: any help for wind caused migraines?

Santa Ana winds in S. Calif. cause horrible migraines for my husband.  Any suggestions?

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Teri Robert, Health Guide
2/ 1/09 11:23pm



Is it that he gets a Migraine when he's outside in windy conditions or the changes in weather the Santa Anas bring with them?


If it's being hit by wind, a scarf to protech the head and maybe even across the nose and mouth plus sunglasses -- all to protect him from direct wind might help.


If it's the weather changes, some of us have been successful with taking Diamox as a preventive when we know a weather front is heading toward us.


Those are some options to discuss with his doctor.


Hope this helps,


Nebula, Community Member
1/31/09 3:09pm

I feel for him...I live in the mountains and it can get extremely windy. The pressure can cause headaches for me too. If I know ahead of time about the weather that day, I take a fleece ear band (kinda like ear muffs) with me. It helps a little.

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By Cammy, Community Member— Last Modified: 08/14/14, First Published: 01/30/09