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Can the weather really trigger my headache?

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Tuesday, September 14th 2021, 7:16 am - Not only can weather cause body aches and pains, Canadian neurologists say that it can also spark migraines, too.

Migraines are not just a seasonal thing! For many Canadians it’s a year-round problem, and many suggest they can predict an incoming storm based on the start of a new headache.

In this episode of Health and Weather Extended, host Rachel Schoutsen speaks with two Canadians neurologists about why the weather is a trigger, what forecast signals they look for, and what province may be more susceptible to weather-induced migraines due to their geography.

Watch the video above for the conversation.

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