Migraine In Summer
Barbara Leech
Barbara Leech
June 26, 2018
Many sufferers find migraine in summer more challenging than other seasons. Symptoms are more severe and last longer with warmer weather.

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TMJ and Migraines

TMJ Could be Connected to Triggering Migraines

It is estimated that about 35 percent of people in the U.S. suffer from both TMJ and migraines. Find out more about how they are connected.
358 found this helpful by Barbara Leech and Krystina Ostermeyer on September 21, 2017
Allergies and Migraines

The Relationship Between Allergies and Migraines

Understanding the link between allergies and migraines, as well as the warning signs can help you avoid or better manage your headaches.
215 found this helpful by Jaime Sanders on August 23, 2017
The Link Between Migraines and Menopause

The Link Between Migraines and Menopause

What happens to migraine when you enter menopause? Barbara discusses her experience with migraines and menopause, and what you can expect.
43 found this helpful by Barbara Leech on August 9, 2016
Can Cheese Cause Migraines?

The Facts Behind Aged Cheese and Migraines

Cheese has long been considered a problem food for migraine sufferers, but the issue isn’t as clear and simple as you might imagine.
92 found this helpful by Angela Finlay on November 23, 2015
Migraine Dehydration

Can Dehydration Trigger a Migraine?

Is the cause of your migraine dehydration? Research says it may cause an increase in headaches, so it is important to stay hydrated to avoid this trigger.
326 found this helpful by Patricia Bratianu on November 11, 2015
Is the Cause of Your Migraine Perfume?

The Migraine Trigger That’s Right Under Your Nose

"Migraines can cause an increased sensitivity to light, sound, sudden movements and yes, even scents," writes Barbara on the little-known migraine trigger.
498 found this helpful by Barbara Leech on November 3, 2015
Migraines in Children

Spotting, Treating and Preventing Migraines in Children

Migraines in children are fairly common. Scientists estimate that 10% of children have migraines, and 5% have them starting earlier than the age of 12.
321 found this helpful by Angela Finlay on March 12, 2015
Migraine Triggers

Habits and Environmental Factors That May be Causing Your Migraines

Minimize these migraine triggers in your day-to-day activities. Replace old habits with new ones and find yourself suffering from fewer migraines.
296 found this helpful by Amy Manley on December 30, 2014
Stress and Migraines

Stress Levels Could Impact Migraine Pain

The interaction between stress and migraines is a delicate one to balance as the pain triggers stress and the stress triggers pain.
227 found this helpful by Eric Patterson on December 29, 2014
Migraines and Insomnia

The Link Between Trouble Sleeping and Migraines

According to recent studies, migraines and insomnia may be connected. While this isn’t always the situation, it is in 50% of migraine cases.
489 found this helpful by Amy Manley on December 19, 2014