Preventing Summer Season Migraines

Migraines headaches are more prevalent in the summer, says Dr. Nina Dieguez, Internal Medicine Physician with Baptist Health South Florida, who also explains if there is any change in temperatures, especially an increase of more than 90 degrees, it will cause an 8% higher risk of developing headaches. With the intention of avoiding these migraines, the specialist advises keeping hydrated and trying to be in a cool environment, especially during the hotter time of the day. Dr. Dieguez affirms headaches are connected to barometric pressure.

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