When you think of Spring you usually think of flowers, chirping birds, occasional rain downpours and warm breezes. However, Spring may have a serious downside to those who are prone to migraines. According to new research, higher temperatures and low air pressure may be linked to headaches. And at this time of year in the Midwest, many are afflicted by the erratic temps.
Don’t rule out your beach spring break location just yet though.Researchers note that more research is needed and that there doesn’t seem to be a higher rate of headaches in warmer climates.